Superman Series

Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by idahoskunk, Jul 20, 2006.

  1. idahoskunk

    idahoskunk Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 10, 2002
    any of you hogs old enough to remember the superman series? remember the episode where the "mole men" came out of the ground?

    well, thats based on a true story! :eek: :eek: :eek:

  2. Briggz


    Oct 18, 2002
    Alright Skunk,

    Spill it, I have to know. I have been waiting for this a long time.

    Yes I am old enough to remember the series.

    Do I have to call the store or something
  3. TNRat


    Sep 18, 2003
    I loved the Superman series, but I never watched it or Batman on prime time. IIRC, they came on in the afternoon after school.

    Don't remember the mole men episode.

    I do remember the episode where the kid was recording all the sounds, and was kidnapped.

    He played the sound of Superman flying and they ran off. :D
  4. Rat Finkenstein

    Rat Finkenstein Gold Member Gold Member

    May 18, 2005
    Lets see the Knives!
  5. idahoskunk

    idahoskunk Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 10, 2002
  6. idahoskunk

    idahoskunk Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 10, 2002
    man has known for years that the earth is hollow.
  7. idahoskunk

    idahoskunk Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 10, 2002
    Perhaps some of the most bizarre scientific theories ever considered were those concerning the possibility that the Earth was hollow. One of the earliest of these was proposed in 1692 by Edmund Halley.
    Edmund Halley was a brilliant English astronomer whose mathematical calculations pinpointed the return of the comet that bears his name. Halley was fascinated by the earth's magnetic field. He noticed the direction of the field varied slightly over time and the only way he could account for this was there existed not one, but several, magnetic fields. Halley came to believe that the Earth was hollow and within it was a second sphere with another field. In fact, to account for all the variations in the field, Halley finally proposed that the Earth was composed of some four spheres, each nestled inside another.

    Halley also suggested that the interior of the Earth was populated with life and lit by a luminous atmosphere. He thought the aurora borealis, or northern lights, was caused by the escape of this gas through a thin crust at the poles. ​

    Others picked up Halley's hollow-earth theory often adding their own twists. In the eighteen century Leonhard Euler, a Swiss mathematician, replaced the multiple spheres theory with a single hollow sphere which contained a sun 600 miles wide that provided heat and light for an advanced civilization that lived there. Later Scottish mathematician Sir John Leslie proposed there were two inside suns (which he named Pluto and Proserpine).
    One of the most ardent supporters of hollow-earth was the American John Symmes. Symmes was an ex-army officer and a business man. Symmes believed that the Earth was hollow and at the north and south poles there were entrances, 4,000 and 6,000 miles wide, respectively, that led to the interior. Symmes dedicated much of his life to advancing his theory and raising money to support an expedition to the North Pole for the purpose of exploring the inner earth. He was never successful, but after his death one of his followers, a newspaper editor named Jeremiah Reynolds, helped influence the U.S. government to send an expedition to Antarctica in 1838. While the explorers found no hole there, they did bring back convincing evidence that Antarctica was not just a polar ice cap, but the Earth's seventh continent.​
  8. idahoskunk

    idahoskunk Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 10, 2002
    Voyage to Our Hollow Earth

    Would you be interested in a once-in-a-lifetime chance to discover Our Hollow Earth first hand? If so, we invite you to join us for an expedition to the North Pole with Steve Currey, one of the leading river explorers in the world!

    Indigenous Eskimos believe that there is a hole in the Arctic Ocean and observations by several Arctic explorers like Olaf Jansen and Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd, U.S.N., who claim to have seen mirages of exposed land near the North Pole, indicate that the most plausible location for an opening is located at 84.4 N Latitude, 141 E Longitude.

    Steve Currey's Expedition Company has chartered the Russian Nuclear IceBreaker YAMAL, to take 100 adventurers to the North Pole for an expedition to conduct scientific observations that could resolve once and for all whether the Hollow Earth Theory has any validity!

    Departure date is scheduled for June 26, 2007
  9. idahoskunk

    idahoskunk Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 10, 2002
    i wonder what these men would choose for a expedition knife?
  10. idahoskunk

    idahoskunk Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 10, 2002
    without Zardoz i would suspect they would have to choose a steel that wouldn't melt under the extreme heat. it would have to be made of a metal that could withstand the magnetic polar irregularities. sharp enough to chisel miles of ice and still cut rope and olives.

    i have heard rumors my flat snouted friends.....
  11. mymindisamob


    Feb 1, 2005

    .......................................... REEEEEEEEEEALLY?
  12. Briggz


    Oct 18, 2002
    We need pictures.

    I need one of those smileys that says this post is worthless without pic
  13. Hunter660


    Nov 21, 2005
    I'm sure this is all leading somewhere... but where?
  14. Yager


    Jan 22, 2006
    if you have been keeping up with all the posts, you should know EXACTLY what Skunk is trying to say.....
  15. idahoskunk

    idahoskunk Gold Member Gold Member

    Mar 10, 2002

    deep within the center of the earth....
  16. mymindisamob


    Feb 1, 2005

    Attached Files:

  17. Tony G

    Tony G Gold Member Gold Member

    Jun 14, 2006
    Well if I were going to the center of the Earth I'd take a Hell Razor, just based on the name, and then more practically speaking I'd take say maybe.... something like that girl in ORIZONDO's avatar.

    Tony G
  18. xaman


    Nov 27, 2005
    Man, i don't have a clue what he's talking about, but i'm already trying to find a way to get some money together!!!
  19. mymindisamob


    Feb 1, 2005
    I don't know Jack!:confused:
  20. Bronco

    Bronco Moderator Moderator

    Feb 25, 2000
    Woohoo! Bring on the Busse Magma Mistress. :D

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