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    • What if you just put the first in the fridge? Does that work?
      senseipug 19 aug
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    • because your boiling flesh isn’t a problem
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    • Directions unclear. got my dick stuck in a volcano.
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    • even if u can dig through bedrock u would fall into the void and respawn, face it, the earth is a cube
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    • No it's because you'd hit bedrock
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    • What if you dig at a crazy curve and stay within the crust the entire time
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    • Actually you hit bedrock. End of fucking story.
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      MadCvnt 19 aug
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    • Just make an iron one. It won’t break as easily
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    • It’s because you’ll hit bedrock dumbass
      skiddylo 19 aug
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    • Just shovel at night
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    • Just fucking enchant ur shovel with efficiency II
      alvasquez 19 aug
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    • AntiSemitic
      AntiSemitic 19 aug
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    • if you were to dig to the center of the earth you would get crushed by the gravity of then planet well before you got anywhere near the core
      NeakyTreek a month
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    • Noobs, just dig with the fridge
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    • actually it's because the bedrock will break your shovel so you'll need either a pickaxe or a jackhammer
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    • Also because the first rule is don't dig straight down... Stupid.
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    • You gotta have Unbreaking and Efficiency V on your shovel
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    • Gravity would also pull you back down to the core so it would still feel like you were digging upwards after a while which is impossible
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    • You still have the issue of bedrock
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    • actually it might take 3 or 4 shovels
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    • How about getting stuck in the core (if you could survive the pressure) cause gravity wants to ass fuck you
      that_dude 21 aug
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    • If you made a spherical room at the center of the earth would you float in the middle of it or be able to walk on all the walls?
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    • Also the stuff you’d be digging through is a scalding slush of rock and magma that would instantly fill back in the second you tried to move it
      Hiroye3to 19 aug
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    • The Kola Superdeep BoreHole is the largest hole ever bored into the earth. Even though it’s only 9” in diameter it took 20 years to drill 40,230 feet or 7.5 miles. Ya better have a couple extra shovels
      mylife59 19 aug
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    • I read a theory on this. If the hole was dug, and you could withstand the heat, you would fall back and forth until you got stuck floating in the center of earth.
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    • even if u do dig down far enough ur gonna reach bedrock and u cant dig through bedrock
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    • You cant dig after a certain point because theres a layer in earth made out of iron ore thats basically just a stone top grill that keeps all the soil and stuff above it warm which is what keeps our planet mostly warm
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    • My friends and I in kindergarten thought we could dig to China so we dug this giant hole in the playground every day at recess.
      knaaaahq 19 aug
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    • Just use your hands lol why are people so stupid
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    • Theoretically if there were a whole through the Earth, considering how gravity works if I drop something in the whole it won’t come out the other side. Right? Because gravity is pushing on Earth from all sides. It would be a literal bottomless pit.
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    • What would happen if you hypothetically dug a hole straight through the center and jumped, like ignoring pressure and temperature and everything? Would you just end up hovering at the center of earth?
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    • HybridD 19 aug
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    • If there was a hole right through the earth and you jumped in (say you wouldn’t burn up) then would you kind of rubber band back and forth until you stop in the middle because of gravity.
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    • And cuz the earth is flat you fucking casual
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    • Dug a hole in the center only to land in the Skyrim intro
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    • I have dug 17 holes through the earth, I can confirm this is true.
      Zanidu 19 aug
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    • Nah it's just once you reach the middle, the second you step 1 inch over the middle gravity changes and then you'll be sent back to the other side of the world and then gravity changes again. So you're stuck in a stupid loop
      PoyznIvy 19 aug
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    • If there were a hole straight thru the earth to the other side and you jumped thru it, and somehow could survive the heat, eventually you would get stuck in the middle because gravity would switch directions when you passed thru the core
      JarOfWebs 19 aug
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    • Plus the lizard people would stop you
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    • Us Americans can just bring a portable ac unlike people in the uk
      WarioDude 19 aug
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    • I see a big flaw in your logic... Say you're in a hole 1,000 miles down, and you dig your next mound of dirt with your shovel... where are you going to put that dirt??
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    • what if you use the fridge to dig
      SbM48 a month
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    • You never dig straight down, you'll fall into a cave or lava.
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    • Ummm you’d hit bedrock...
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    • Well, you'd also have to dig up instead of down once you hit the center
      naughk 20 aug
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    • I have a question; if you were somehow in a sphere in the direct center of the earth, minus all other impeding variables such as temperature and pressure, how would gravity affect you?
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    • What if it had Unbreaking III
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    • So, say that the temperature and all that wasnt a factor. Say there’s a straight tunnel through the earth. When you jump in, you’ll fall down, but once you get past the half way point down is now up. And you can’t fall up...
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    • Youd just be crushed by the immense force of gravity you fucking fuckings
      nattay 19 aug
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    • Hey, what was that stupid fucking movie where they had an elevator through the center of the earth that turned the passengers upside down halfway through the ride so they were right side up when the came out?
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    • Even with heavy machinery gravity and pressure would get immense. Theoretically possible but not for thousands of years
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    • Genuine question, in theory if you could dig through the earth, then fell into the hole, what would happen gravity wise? Like would you come out the other side facing the way you fell in or what? Assuming you dug along the axis
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    • Once you reach the center of the Earth, you wouldn’t be able to go anywhere. Every direction would be up
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    • Savant 19 aug
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    • Like saying we go to the sun at night so it’s not hot.
      kjds 19 aug
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    • Playing Minecraft as a kid makes sense now.
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    • need a pickaxe for stone tho
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    • Also let's just say you're fire proof or some shit, you jump from one end to the other, what would happen, would gravity just stop working halfway through or what
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    • Hypothetically if we were able to dig a hole from one side of the Earth to other and someone was able to do a free fall from one side of the hole at what point will be go from falling down to falling up?
      Nakura 19 aug
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    • Don't forget the massive pressure differences as well as the gravitational changes
      EDHAddict 19 aug
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    • I mean and the fact that the dirt down there is so dense that 1 spoonful would weigh multiple tons...
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    • Just use a diamond shovel with fire protection and unbreaking
      nabbie 19 aug
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    • This is a legit question that I've wondered forever but if you dig straight down in a hypothetical suit that'll allow u to live in the core, would u get stuck in the middle since gravity is always pulling everything to the middle of Earth?
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    • What if I did it in a heat resistant massive drill
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    • Lol just bring a bottle of water down and put out the lava?!? Why would u need another shovel
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    • If you used the same shovel to dig through the earth your shovel would break from trying to dig through bedrock before it reaches magma
      EliGtz90 19 aug
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    • Stfu you cant mine through bedrock
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    • What if you get to the absolute center of the earth and it’s hollow, would you just float from gravity pushing on you from every direction?
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    • If you’re in the dead center of the earth and you drop something which way does it fall 🤔
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    • Holy shit this guy is a fucking retard. You need 3 shovels
      3019 19 aug
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    • Even if your flesh doesn't boil, you won't be able to escape Earths force of gravity in the core unless you shot off like a rocket.
      Ukki 19 aug
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    • But everyone knows you can’t dig through bedrock
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    • It's also because at some point after you've crossed the center, you'd no longer be digging down, but rather climbing upwards while shoveling up. Pretty much impossible.
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    • Gravity and transportation: allow us to introduce ourselves
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    • Damn, I didn't bring a second shovel. At least I have this split atom.
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    • What if you dig at a very slight angle?
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    • Retarded noons be like “cuz the earth is flat”
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    • You'd melt too lmao. And once you reach center, you'd have to start climbing. Which would be impossible since you'd be surrounded by liquid.
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    • Also gravity will take effect at one point and you'll just start to yo yo back and forth til you settle to the middle.
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    • Not to mention the horrifying pressure.
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    • What if you just made the fridge out of shovels and climbed in it, and have that take you through the earth?
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    • Just go on creative
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    • Simple yet effective.
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    • What would happen if you had a hold that went all the way through the earth and you jumped into it? Would you just fly out or would you get stuck in the middle
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    • Honestly. Ask the russians how hot their drill got.
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    • Eventually you'd reach Earth's center of gravity and you'd have to dig up
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    • So everyone’s forgotten about the area 51 raid?
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    • You’d die of heat exhaustion first
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