It is very impractical to think of digging a hole into the earth of such a depth that we can come out of the other side.
There is a lack of oxygen deep within the layers of the crust. To make the journey possible to some extent one has to carry the source of oxygen which must be enough to cover such a large distance inside the earth.
Moreover, the temperature is too high below the surface of the earth. The tunnel will collapse just a few miles underground due to high pressures on rock walls, and the person will get stuck there. If one enters a hole which digs deep into the surface then surely his or her life will be in danger. The person would risk his life and will die.
The high-pressure liquid iron in the core would flood into the tunnel, and maybe the person has to swim through it which is not possible unless until the person has insulating protection.
Hence there are no possible ways to fight the natural conditions of the earth’s surface and dig out hole starting from one end to come out of the other side.
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