According to the space-geodetic data recorded at globally distributed stations over solid land spanning a period of more than 20-years under the Inter…https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674984715000518
It's because the earth is growing.
U-209 was last seen in 1943 between Greenland and Iceland. The letter is dated 1947, but the author, "Karl Unger," mentions that they are trapped but knows the letter will reach it's destination.
The authenticity of the letter has never been verified as everyone in the chain of custody is now missing or dead.
Everyone knows the Nazi's had a forward submarine base in Antarctica.
According to legend it was partially mapped, with two continents identified: "Asgard" and "Liberia".
They were real. They were called the Ahnenerbe, a division of the SS.
Hitler wasn't too big on Tibet... but the Ahnenerbe was.
The man behind most of esoteric Nazism is a guy named Karl Haushofer.
Scientists have gone back and forth on the theory for over 100 years.
Somehow the Nazis underground were able to exchange information in two directions with the surface, if the theory is to be believed.
TIbetan Buddhism also holds the the earth is hollow, containing a land called "Agharti."
Some Nazi maps regarding the "inner earth" refer to an "Aghartha."
Things get weird when a brilliant member of a turn of the 20th century Indian (Hindu) independence leader takes over the meme.
And thus, the Nazi desire to find their ancestors at the center of the earth was born from a fucking meme.
Shambhala is a kingdom where the next Buddha is kicking it before coming back to Earth.
Shambhala and Agartha are apparently separate kingdoms.
Alleged Nazi maps of the inner earth confirm two continents.
Yup. Shambhala exists in Tibetan, Hindu, AND Chinese esoteric histories.
His book "Beasts, Men, and Gods" is available online for free.
Assuming that you could find the entrance from satellite photos, most of these places are illegal to enter without cutting miles of red tape.
It's currently under control of Norway.
If you're a conspiracy theory fan, you'll note the Norway is one of the last monarchies in Europe.
It does not grant tourist visas to Antarctica.
Having access to information isn't what makes you smart, it's what you do with it.
The Nazis called one of the inner earth continents "Asgard"... which is, of course, the home of the gods in Norse mythology.
Norse mythology originating as it did... from ancient Norway... who currently controls the old Nazi settlements in Antarctica.
In 2012 a little joy ride in the Antarctic caused an international incident. https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/world/102307/norwegian-arrested-after-antarctic-voyage
A foolhardy voyage to Antarctica by a group of self-proclaimed Vikings has cost three lives while forcing a New Zealand navy ship and its 55 crew into savage seas, damaging the new vessel.http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4709377/Three-die-in-Viking-yacht-off-Antarctica
Why does it expand?
The Joule–Thomson effect is what describes the change in temperature of a gas or solid when it's forced through a vent.
Most liquids will heat. It is this back and forth process which has not only expanded the earth, but keeps portions of the crust liquid.
For as odd as this theory sounds, plate tectonics - with all our modern measuring devices - has never been proved to be true.
None of that has been proved true by any means or measure. It's all guesses.
Shame on you, @NASA.
In fact the equilibrium process in this theory could have been started by pressure of gases trapped by the Earth's gravity which created the atmosphere. https://twitter.com/WordingSplines/status/1176818795991707649?s=20
It's the only planet we know of with a liquid water ecosystem.
Water in both gas and liquid form obeys the Joules-Thomson effect.
It's how espresso is made.
This is where abiogenic petroleum comes from.
That's oil not made from dead dinosaurs, but by planetary forces.
Didn't you know some oil is renewable?
And perhaps... just maybe, the Nazis really did find one in Antarctica and maybe... just maybe... someone already lived there.