Following some discussion on another forum about the same area, I emailed a scientist
who had been in antarctica. He said that it was merely a lake and gave me an example
(which looked nothing like it, of course)
Anyway, I have done a fair bit of investigation into Antarctica and it looks as if there
are.... wait for it.... aliens all over the place there. I and others have found evidence of pipes, large structures and extensive mining operations
all over the parts of Antarctica which are not totally obscured by Google.
In Antarctica, in the areas where humans are, we tend to build prefabricated structures and just bolt them together due to the cold. These are often
boxy or domes, highly colourful and raised off the surface due to the high winds banking up snow and in time burying the structures.
In my experience, there is a type of alien living here which can survive in sub-zero temperatures and I have seen structures similar to those on
Mars/Moon in remote places on here on Earth not just in Antarctica.
Mining seems to be a favourite give-away and the deep-ocean blue waste deposits are very evident in lots of remote places on Earth, particularly in
Back to this structure, I think what we are looking at is an exit from an underground base. There are areas in Antarctica where the water is in
liquid form and not ice, which suggests to me some kind of heating sub-surface. I realise that in summer the temperature gets high enough to allow
water to be liquid, but I am not sure whether these areas of water are summer melted lakes or not.
The theory that these are lava tubes is interesting because they both have the same roughly triangular appearance which I find a bit of a coincidence.
The point is here, I feel that this is an exit from an under water base and the water dripping off the craft over time would probably produce this
pattern of ice outside the entrance.
Of course, these are just my theories and could be completely whacko. (and by the way, there are NO polar bears in Antarctica!)
But...anyone doing research on Antarctica should read these threads with an open mind.
Some are way out there on the fringe, and some have good points to make.