The levels of hell aren't what you think. However, they're what we would expect. The Hebrews had a well developed idea of life after death. For them physical death, the grave, was a portal into a complex underworld realm: sheol.
The Lower Parts of the Earth
The lower parts of the Earth, or nether parts, is one of several phrases which describe physical features of the interior of the Earth that we can assign to the mantle.
ASTs, SISWs and SciPop Devotees
Atheist science troll (AST), scientifically illiterate science worshiper (SISW) and SciPop devotee are three kinds of interaction that you can expect if you discuss science and the Bible on social media.
Mainstream Science and the Strong Delusion
The truth about God is self-evident but we've all been given free will. Therefore there must be a plausible alternative to the truth for those who want it. It's called the strong delusion or the power of error.
Earth’s Magnetic Field and Dipole Moment
Earth's magnetic field and dipole moment are used as evidence that hell isn't at the center of the Earth. They can also be used as evidence that hell IS at the center of the Earth. You choose what you believe.
Seismological data shows different zones of density within the Earth which match the description of Earth's interior given us by Jesus in Luke 16:19-31, the parable of the rich man and Lazarus.
Deep Calls to Deep
We're going to ignore the possibility that Psalms 42:7 is flowery poetic language intended to teach us something spiritual. Instead we're going to use it as the description of a hydrological system in a test of Hypothesis 22.
The Tree of Life
In the Bible the tree of life is used to refer to an actual tree which has leaves and fruit, but it's also used euphemistically to refer to the fruits of seeking and gaining wisdom.
Order and Scheduling in the Spirit World
Here's a scary thought: if the beggar was carried by angels into Abraham's bosom, in a chamber in the lower mantle which overlooks hell, did other angels carry the rich man to the lip of the chamber and toss him into hell?
There are a lot of variables involved in attempting to correlate news reports of tragic deaths with gravitational wave detections. We're dealing with circumstantial evidence for one.