Low-resolution, highly-pixelated composite images don't equal "anomaly." That's what you're looking at there. Might there be a crazy
magical invisible time-traveling hollow earth Nazi base there? Sure, there might be, But you're sure not going to find out from google earth and
it's dearth of data and images from underpopulated or unpopulated regions.
Seriously, poke around some of the more rural areas of the US. If you beleive the Antarctic coast looks like that, then you must also believe a large
portion of hte US looks like what happens when you cross too many cupcakes with too much cheap beer
Thanks for all the replies, some interesting links too - shame you have to pay for the NY Times article.
I'm still unclear as to whether it's possible to get satellite imagery of the pole(s), I'm guessing the image I was linking to earlier was computer
generated. I'm just finding it hard to believe that we don't have the technology available to see this.
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