WHAT PRODUCES COLORED SNOW IN THE ARCTIC?
Why is the snow colored in the Arctic regions? The snow has been
analyzed and the red, green and yellow have been found to contain
vegetable matter, presumably a flower, or the pollen of a plant. From
where did it come? A flower that produced pollen sufficient to
permeate the air with such density that it colored the snow, which
require a vast territory-millions of acres-to grow it. Where is that
to be found? It must be near the North Pole, for, if it grew
elsewhere, colored snow would be found at other locations, and not be
confined to the Arctic regions. As no such flowering plant is known
on the earth's surface, we must look elsewhere.
"The interior of the earth is the only spot that will furnish us with
an answer to the question. As the colors fall at different seasons,
we may presume that the flowers mature at these seasons. It is also
easy to find out where the black snow, frequently mentioned by the
explorers, comes from. It comes out of an exploding volcano-of the
kind that covered Nansen's ship with dust. All un-explained questions
could be easily answered if one would believe that the earth is
hollow. It is impossible to answer them under any other theory.
"Kane, in his first volume, page 44, says: `We passed the Crimson
Cliffs at Sir John Ross in the forenoon of August 5th. The patches of
red snow from which they derive their name could be seen clearly at
the distance of ten miles from the coast. It had a fine deep rose
"Kane speaks of the red snow as if it had a regular season in which
to appear-as he says, `if the snowy surface were more diffused, as it
is no doubt earlier in the season.' In another place he speaks of the
red snow being two weeks later than usual. Now taking the fact into
account that the material that colors the snow is a vegetable matter,
supposed to be the blossom or pollen of a plant, and that no such
plant grows on earth, where does it come from? It must grow in the
interior of the earth."
From The Hollow Earth, pages 110 - 111
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