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Very unusual holes/openings/entrances found in Antartica

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posted on Aug, 29 2009 @ 04:20 PM
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Hi! I've been to a few natural caves in my life time. The entrance in those
photos is much more perfect, artifically made. There is no rubble, so obviously whoever is using it does not want to be detected by satelite, they want to blend in. Who could fly down there with no problems, undetected? Who would not want humans messing around with their business? Who would enjoy the weather there? It seems like an X files case, and it feels very creepy. The crevais photos look natural and peaceful in contrast. Who ever is brave enough to go check it out, after one exhausting long complicated trip to the South Pole, needs to take lots of friends with you and big guns. Who knows what would lie in wait? Sounds like a good movie or book. Document your visit. Its almost Blair witch.




posted on Aug, 29 2009 @ 08:10 PM
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Thanks for the map info. My reason for wanting one is to know the name of the places where these objects are located.



posted on Aug, 29 2009 @ 09:29 PM
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In that case this might be a little more helpful. Warning, it's not that easy to use. Read the instructions.
gisdata.usgs.gov...



posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 03:05 PM
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So, we have the coordinates... and yes Antarctica can be a brutal place. Why don't we see if we can arrange some sort of expedition and scout out some of these areas? I'm game!
I know there are a few of us on this thread who have already mentioned going. If we can get someone to sponsor us, we could go there and document everything for ATS and put some things to rest.
It doesn't seem that impossible to me.
I'm willing to take the risk, to get some definitive answers...
Anyone? Bueller? Anyone?



posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 04:48 PM
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Well summer season is approaching soon, though a trip to antarctica is not a cheap nor easy one.

If you do go, I look forward to reading the expedition report



posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 07:09 PM
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posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 07:46 PM
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Ok, I managed to stuff up the previous post and didn't include all the images


Anyway, here's yet another anomaly I've located in Antarctica ... this one I'm dubbing "The Great Wall of Antarctica" ... for obvious reasons !
Here are the rest of them.

Coordinates:

69 11' 40.96"S
39 33' 41.01"E


Now I could be totally wrong and this is a perfectly natural feature of the landscape ... BUT ... how is this NOT a wall that's been purposely built ?
In the next image, you can see it crosses a flat piece of land and is clearly seperate from the ground beneath it.






And here the "wall" joins another larger wall and connects to it at 90 degrees.

I've indicated another "item" but it's not clear enough to see if it's natural or artificial ... but does look "unusual".




And here we see the "wall" connecting to another "wall" ... then continuing for a distance before making another 90 degree turn.




posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 09:58 PM
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That is not land, that is sea ice. You are pointing out a crack in the ice. The location is Langhovde-Kita Point. The dark area is open water. The paths leading into it from the north are made by icebreakers.


By reverting to older imagery it becomes more apparent.


It can be seen more clearly in Google Earth, especially if you flip back and forth between the images. Resizing it to fit here sacrifices some detail.

[edit on 8/30/2009 by Phage]



posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 11:31 PM
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Good try, Phage ... but I'm willing to bet that until I posted those images, you had no previous knowledge or info regarding that particular area of Antarctica (no reason that you should have ... I certainly had none). Then you do a very quick Google which gives you a reference to ice in that location and voila, you're an instant expert and pronounce the obvious answer that it OBVIOUSLY has to be an ICE CRACK ... nothing more, nothing less.
You also ignore the fact that it is unique and there are NO other examples or similar structures ANYWHERE to be found in the area ... and ignore the fact of its unusual regularity and structure ... and ignore the fact that the "structure" crosses different material densities with NO obvious change in its appearance which one would expect ... it's just a simple ice crack, after all !




posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 11:54 PM
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What? You don't believe I have an intimate knowledge of every square foot of Antarctica? Of course I looked it up. It's called research. Maybe you should engage in it a bit of it before jumping to conclusions about what you're looking at. If you did you would realize that this is not land.

But you're right about one thing, there is a transition...between water and ice.



[edit on 8/31/2009 by Phage]



posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 12:16 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
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What? You don't believe I have an intimate knowledge of every square foot of Antarctica? Of course I looked it up. It's called research. Maybe you should engage in it a bit of it before jumping to conclusions about what you're looking at. If you did you would realize that this is not land.

Research, you say ?
Darn ... and here I was beginning to think you were omniscient !


Believe it or not but I did look at the "structure", "artifact", whatever you want to call it from every angle before deciding that it was worthy of posting for others to peruse and ponder over. Obviously if I thought it was something as mundane as an ice crack, I simply wouldn't have bothered with it.
But it's highly unusual and structured form gave me pause to consider that it could be "something" other than an ice crack, especially when it transited various parts of the terrain with no apparent difference in it's outward appearance or apparent height ... this consistency alone implied it was unusual and different. In no way was I positing that it was DEFINITELY and ABSOLUTELY "artificial", only that it displayed highly unique and unusual characteristics.





But you're right about one thing, there is a transition...between water and ice.

Errrr .... so how does an "ice crack" continue to propagate unbrokenly as it leaves an ice region, enters a water region, leaves the water region, then enters another ice region again ?



posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 12:17 AM
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Disclaimer: As elsewhere!

Explanation: Damn Dude! I just can't star or flag you enough!


Personal Disclosure: I'm going to make sure I never have to make you open GE! Your signature rigns loud and clear for me every time before I make a post!


P.S. You efforts in denying ignorance concerning these antarctic issues is very much appreciated! Keep up the great work Phage as you do ATS very proud!



posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 12:35 AM
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In your eagerness to "debunk" this unusual "effect", have you considered the possibility that it's a permanent artifact that seasonally DOES become buried in ice / snow (as per your flashy example above) only to reappear when melting occurs ?

Also, notice the 4 different consistencies/textures in background material which makes an ice crack explanation very unlikely. Now, I assume that you would have no trouble in showing me another almost identical structure if it's nothing more than a common ice crack ?




posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 09:45 AM
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Dude, its very obviously sea ice. Zoom out more and there are huge, gigantic cracks in the ice all over there which run perfectly straight and look rather similar to your noted areas (on an even larger scale).



That whole area is sea water and currents running beneath the surface ice can cause it to crack like that. It doesn't float away because most of the area is covered by ice!



posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 06:38 PM
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Dude, its very obviously sea ice. Zoom out more and there are huge, gigantic cracks in the ice all over there which run perfectly straight and look rather similar to your noted areas (on an even larger scale).


Dude, sorry to disagree but your example looks NOTHING like the images I'm showing.
In fact, you've made the same understandable error that Phage made earlier in assuming because there is ice covering the area, that the images I've shown can ONLY be caused by an ice crack.

Take a look at the following image where it's plainly obvious that YOUR example and MY example are the result of two VERY different processes.

Actually, yours has a simple explanation ... it was caused by an ice beaker ship.
Mine ... no idea.




posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 08:15 PM
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Where did I metion an ice breaker ship?

And FYI, the A on the embedded map picture I put in my prior post, is your coordinates, put into Google maps.

I'll link the original fullsize screencap when I am back on my other computer tomarrow, which shows the coordinates marked as (a).

It is the SAME spot, just zoomed out a little more to show the point of the lines being all over, not to mention it being sea and not open land.



posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 10:17 PM
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Originally posted by SlasherOfVeils
reply to post by tauristercus
 

Where did I metion an ice breaker ship?

And FYI, the A on the embedded map picture I put in my prior post, is your coordinates, put into Google maps.

It is the SAME spot, just zoomed out a little more to show the point of the lines being all over, not to mention it being sea and not open land.

You didn't mention the ice breaker ship ... I did.
The reason being due to your comment



Zoom out more and there are huge, gigantic cracks in the ice all over there which run perfectly straight and look rather similar to your noted areas (on an even larger scale).

and supplying the following image wherein I thought you were referring to the lines that I have indicated.




You also mentioned using the location I supplied ( (A) on your image) and zooming out to show similar but as you stated


on an even larger scale


Well, here's a another image of that location and I see the "structure / artifact" that I mentioned but NO sign of any other similar and "on an even larger scale" structures.
Sure, there are cracks evident in the ice BUT nothing else to compare to the structure I'm talking about.

Also, as I've pointed out few posts back, notice how the structure passes through 4 different types of material with corresponding different densities and yet it's appearance DOESN'T change.
In fact, I'm fairly certain material 3 is WATER !

How is that possible if it's nothing more than a simple ice crack as you'd have us all believe ?

Again, I'll repeat ... the structure/artifact is UNIQUE and does NOT exhibit the characteristics you'd expect from a simple crack in the ice !




posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 10:22 PM
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Amazing. That second one looks like a crashed UFO. Picture your classic disc shape with a 'bubble' in the top center... Then, take that disc and cram it in between two walls of stone, the edges/wings would fold in...

Except it doesn't look like a perfect command module (bubble). with the molten edges... but, that might be my human perspective... molten edges might be the latest rave in outer space. Can't say I've seen many to compare.

I would love to check it out.... but its probably already been snatched up and is gone... Maybe its been there millions of years and now that the snow is melting its re appeared....

Thanks for sharing these amazing finds.... It sure is fun to let the imagination run wild...

lol... I tried to enhance the image to bring out any noticable features, but guess it is not my forte...

Also, looks like some chunk broke off about 16 meters to the right. Similar texture, appearance...

so kewl. thanks again.



posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 10:47 PM
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Amazing. That second one looks like a crashed UFO. Picture your classic disc shape with a 'bubble' in the top center... Then, take that disc and cram it in between two walls of stone, the edges/wings would fold in...

Except it doesn't look like a perfect command module (bubble). with the molten edges...


Hahaha ... after reading your comment, I had to go take another look myself ... and yes, with a bit of imagination I can see what you're saying


There DOES seem to be an effect along the edges that looks similar to molten metal thats quickly cooled and solidified.
And also agreed that on the right side of the artifact there is the impression of a horizontal extension of the same material as the half dome.



Mind you ... that's what it LOOKS like ... not saying that's what it IS !



posted on Aug, 31 2009 @ 11:28 PM
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Yeah... I can picture Darth Vader's skull cap in there too...


One thing for sure. It looks out of place...

I would still love the chance to knock on the side of it tho and maybe take a tour of the cave!!

I wonder if anyone has google earth Pro and can get a better picture... I think the pro version gets better resolution... not positive though since I don't have it...

[edit on 31-8-2009 by ByteChanger]



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