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so here is something fairly intresting,
I'm currently searching wikileaks, and there is this memo talking about radioactive crushed rock being shipped from Antartica headed for California, this was back in 1978.
I can't seem to find a way to open it tho.
meta name="twitter:description" content="In 1978 Jimmy Graham went to Antarctica with Operation Deepfreeze to train scientists in survival skills on the ice. He left in December of that year. Three months later he arrived back agitated and paranoid. He said that he had stumbled onto an illegal nuclear site and that the CIA had given him a chemical lobotomy. He descended into madness. Unable to cope with his frightening behaviour, his wife fled with their two children. Now, thirty years later, his daughter Juliet will try to uncover the truth and reconnect with what’s left of the man she called her father."
originally posted by: Vechthaan
a reply to: Bedlam
I've looked into ways of "prooving" the earth is round, but something as simple as calling a friend in another time-zone won't do. Though I hope you didn't get the idea I believe the earth is flat, I don't. I "believe" the earth is round (and hollow to a certain degree), but I have no problem entertaining the idea of a flat earth in a fair and relatively unbiased way towards the theory.
There's plenty of "evidence" the earth is round. Seasons, the fact the moon always shows her same side regardless where u are on the planet, the fact that other planets appear round (and there also have been spotted anomalies at the north and south poles of certain planets), and so on... However, this evidence, just like most flat earth evidence, is what I would guess circumstancial. All these things prove certain concepts exist, but that doesn't proof, for me anyways, the earth is round.
But for most people, the globe earth is just something they accept. Not that it doesn't make sense, again I'm somewhat educated in science, but can you really point to emperical evidence that the earth is round? You could link a picture from NASA which they admitted isn't even a picture, but rather a composite, which utterely defeats the purpose of using it for this arguement. And I don't mean to beat a dead horse, but I have serious questions about NASA's credibility, and I would assume alot of people on this forum do so to. Not that I believe space is hoaxed, but there's plenty of (mainstream?) documentaries questioning pretty much all of NASA's released material.
As a direct reply to your experiment:
Having a friend in a different time zone only prooves that time zones exist, which I obviously do believe since i've been gaming online since I was 10. Time zones exist on a flat earth similar to how they exist here, only the explanation is slightly different. It's one of the earlier things explained in most full-theory flat earth videos.
Why is it hard to get a big imaging sat into polar orbit? What about the pictures that do exist that clearly show holes? I think I read somewhere that NASA themselves admitted they had problems mapping those specific holes due to the strong inclination. Now, I have no doubt that the earth's magnetic field at the polar regions could cause disturbances for the sattelites, but as far as I can tell, these holes are acknowledge by NASA themselves. They don't necessarily have to be the openings to inner earth (lulz, I feel funny typing it), but there's definitely holes there. And I would assume the physical inclination of the holes (which do appear significant in size) is what's preventing anything to fly over.
Why couldn't the inner earth have a central sun? Because that's not how gravity works? Maybe I should link to one of my other posts, but essentially I strongly believe our notion of forces (and fields) that rule the universe is flawed. Especially in the fields of astronomy and quantum theory, our classical understanding of gravity just gets thrown out the window because it's not what we observe is happening. We invented/discovered dark matter because our observation of galaxies' motions showed extreme discrepancy compared to what the formulas (gravity heavily involved) predicted. But rather than revise our notion of gravity, scientists concluded there must be "an invisble force" (almost litterealy the Force from Star Wars) causing the "error" in calculations. I'm not sure that was the right choice.
I can probably conjure op some other examples using search engines, but I hope the point I'm trying to make is sorta becoming clear. We assume we know how gravity works, and there's no way a Sun could be inside earth, and there's no way people would "stick" to the inside floor, ... but that just ain't true. TIme and tIme again, observations and experiments, have shown that our understanding of gravity (and other forces) is vastly incomplete. Only recently someone made a thread about how we still haven't figured out how birds fly. (create the lift more specifically)
So to dismiss entire theories based on the notion that "science has already figured that one out" seems a cheap way out. Maybe u have no interest in this subject, which is fine, but then it's still wrong to claim it's "impossible" based upon science, when specifically on topics related to gravity, science has proven it's a flawed authority.
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
WTF are SpecOps going to do about stupid crack in the ice?!?!?!?
Maybe they're going to sneak in the dark wearing night vision glasses, under sniper cover, and set C4 charges to blow the crack up?
I say they NUKE the crack!
According to a study published in Plos One on 1 March, based on data collected on three separate research cruises in 2011, 2014 and 2015, as well as a handful of public observations from aircraft, there have been 22 instances in which groups of up to 200 humpbacks were spotted feeding intensively off the south-western coast of South Africa. Aside from the size of these groups, the location of these pods -- thousands of kilometres further north from their typical feeding grounds in the polar waters of the Antarctic – is also unusual.
There is only one record of humpback whales feeding off the coast of South Africa, which was indentified close to a century ago.