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Originally posted by dkman222
"Gps was something we had heard as a possibillity and a sandpaper probably would have worked better. This was in -97 don´t forget that! "
So, the gas issue, and the fact that no human can serve -97 for 12hours let alone 5days leads me to think your story is nothing more then that, a story, interesting as most fiction is, but still fiction.
Originally posted by moonwilson
reply to post by coredrill
Not to be argumentative, but that station is made out of steel, wood, glass and aluminum. You can't use concrete in the Antarctic. You can't mix it, you can't pour it, and it can't harden properly. The only way you're going to have a concrete wall there is if you build a dome over it first. If the wall is a remnant of an ancient civilization, from when the Antarctic was warm, it's possible. But it would be buried beneath the snow.
Originally posted by symmetricAvenger
bound to find interesting stuff there if anyplace, as its been like that for so long could even find temples n stuff form way back whenever!!
dunno if they would be crushed or destroyed but im guessing them things are intact or alteast bits of em are.. and for all we know they could have some ufo tpye stuff
Originally posted by mproject
do we not all think its strange how the south pole is warped on google? all other areas that are warped are done so at the request of goverments to protect areas sensitive to spying?
maybe this is the case for the south pole?
Originally posted by questioningall
I have a question for everyone posting here....
BUT have you ALSO NOTICED, the only times the OP posted were at the beginning, the OP has NEVER come back into the thread to defend or in any way else, discussed what his OP was about?
With that information - do you REALLY believe anything he said is the TRUTH?
Since it became fully operational in 1993, GPS has become a widely used aid to navigation worldwide
June 3rd 1997to january 5th 1998.
We were two guys contracted for doing maintenance and build a new sleeping quarters on the Finnish Wasa/Aboa station and the Swedish Svea station (Both Queen Maud land).
Svea Station (Swedish summer station) 1987/1988
I started off in the military when i was 19 and applyed to being an officer in the swedish military (The army) and placed myself as an officer in the reserve which means that I served for 13 years in total but had a total of 6 years in active service
But in real life we served as Snipers trained to shoot at mines so yes in general we were pyrotechnichians who had lerned to shoot.To make 13 years a short story