From: World Top Secret: Our Earth is Hollow!
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The Norwegian arctic explorer, Dr. Fridtjof Nansen, in his Farthest North, relates several anomalous occurrences on his Arctic expedition in his ship the Fram. Of all Arctic explorers we have record of, Nansen was the one that got closest to the North Polar Opening without entering and discovering it. Some of the observations of Nansen that support a polar opening location north of the New Siberian Islands are as follows.
First, Nansen discovered a substantial stretch of open ocean north of the New Siberian Islands. In contrast, in his passage north of Norway and Russia to the New Siberian Islands, he had to stay close to the coast to get past the ice. And yet, north of the New Siberian Islands, in September of 1893 on their way north, they didn’t find ice until 79 degrees N. Latitude. Only after 7 days sailing north over rolling open ocean did they reach the pack ice north of the New Siberian Islands.
…They found rock and large quantities of mud and driftwood on some of the icebergs that indicated to Nansen that much of the Arctic ice originates in some river, perhaps further to the north than they were then located — in some uncharted land.
…The New Siberian islands even today are covered with bones and remains of mammoths and other inner earth animals that Olaf Jansen claims fell into ice crevasses of inner earth rivers that empty into the Arctic Polar Opening where they froze and later were carried out to sea and eventually ended up deposited on northern Arctic shores. Remains of woolly rhino, steppe lions, giant deer, mammoth, foxes and a hardy breed horse that scientists claim are prehistoric are preserved in the Arctic ice. Recently these scientists have been attempting to find some of these exotic animal remains that are frozen and preserved in Arctic ice. They want to take samples of the frozen flesh and use it to clone these exotic animals to start a sort of Jurassic Park. Little do they know that a Jurassic Park already exists located inside Our Hollow Earth, and can be reached through the North Polar Opening, north of the New Siberian Islands, from whence all the frozen exotic carcasses come from.
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