Sound Of The Deepest Cave 7 Miles, Alien?

Krubera Cave is the deepest Cave known to Man.


It has been explored and the cave is quite ancient.


A Scientific expedition was conducted by drilling into the earth in Georgia.


Krubera Cave.jpg
Krubera Cave.



I wonder if the earth , as the Geologists say is not hollow and is boiling, how come a Cave has been built?


Even if it is explained away as a natural phenomenon,how a Cave can be formed at the high temperatures said to exist down there?


Listen to the sound for the Video at  6 miles down the Earth.


In September 1990, a group of scientists put a drill head to the ground in southern Germany, where two landmasses once merged to form the supercontinent Pangaea 300 million years ago. Their goal? To drill the deepest hole ever made into the earth, a “telescope” into its core.

The German Continental Deep Drilling Program, aka the KTB borehole, got almost six miles down before funding ran out. It passed through shifting seismic plates, boiling hydrogen, and temperatures reaching 600 degrees Fahrenheit, stewarded by 120 scientists and employees working from the surface of the earth.

The deep-drilling experiment yielded huge surprises about the structure of the earth, including maps of rock temperature, new information about seismic pressure, and beautiful models (PDF) that show layers of rock wrapped around each other like ribbons—illustrating how the crust is far from a neat layer cake…….

Another news.

Ukrainian diver Gennadiy Samokhin extended the cave by diving in the terminal sump to 46 m depth in 2007 and then to 52 m in 2012, setting successive world records of 2,191 m and 2,197 m respectively. Krubera remains the only known cave on Earth deeper than 2,000 meters.

Imagine that. Dive into the “terminal sump” for 52 meters more! I know that there’s probably nothing big living in there (something small is), but if there are any monsters hiding somewhere in this world, it has to be in one of these caves…

Alien Base?

So how much do we really know about the Krubera cave? It is immensely deep, and it is not the only cave in the area. Another spectacular cave system close by is Novy Afon. Let’s just look at one of Krubera’s largest shafts. It is huge. A natural phenomenon. Or is it? What does the shaft really look like? Could you imagine it being the perfect launch for spacecraft? In an ancient past, or maybe even today?

There are many indications that a worldwide underground cavern system exists. What exactly happens in this system is a mystery. People from all continents report ufos appearing as if out of nowhere, and people disappearing around such places.

The Krubera cave has not been researched enough, but it could well be an important link in this worldwide cavern network. –


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