Just one step at a time for Tiger

In two weeks’ time the Torrey Pines South Course plays host to the US Open for only the second occasion. The last time the championships were held at the San Diego course, Tiger Woods defeated Rocco Mediate in a 19-hole play-off to lift the trophy in 2008. After trading the lead three times on the…

A Byrd’s Eye View Of The Hollow Concept

Technological advances are constantly changing scientific interpretations of the composition of our planet… traditionally seen as a solid object comprised of a thin crust, thicker mantle, molten iron outer core and solid inner core. But the seismic evidence of this is far from conclusive… unable to definitively disprove notions of early scientists such as Edmond…

The evidence that points to a ‘hollow’ Earth

The core of the hollow Earth theory is that our planet is a shell with walls about 1,500 kilometres thick and openings at the polar regions with edges that curve smoothly from the outside of the shell to the inside. Entering this inner world is like a fly crawling over the lip of a coffee…

Journeys of discovery to our subterranean world

Documentary series such as Ancient Aliens have kept me going through the “plandemic” of the past year, which has forced me to re-examine many of my perceptions of the world and the truths I was taught at school. The incredible monuments created by some of the world’s ancient civilisations defy all logic, but if they…

A Byrd’s eye view of the Antarctic continent

If you browsed through a copy of America’s Social Register you’d find it hard to discover a figure more entwined with the establishment than Richard Evelyn Byrd, a naval officer born in Winchester, Virginia, on 25 October 1888. The son of Esther Bolling and Richard Evelyn Byrd Sr, Byrd was a descendant of one of…