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Originally posted by likeabull
why doesn't somebody go there and check it out! A simple flyover would be a good starting point. Anyone up for it?
I'm lost for an explanation as to how an ice sheet can melt in such a manner that it melts STRAIGHT DOWN leaving an ice wall behind ... and a wall with such sharply defined edges.
Magador: Hi, Take the co-ords from Google maps and paste them into Google earths fly to section... for instance -71° 40' 40.08", -2° 47' 48.62" then you will get quasi seamless zoom, GE does switch between sat and aerial imagery you can detect this by looking bottom centre of the GE main screen. In this instance it will go from U.S Geological to 2009 Digital globe. In the example i quote from your post you will find that that is the SANAE base in the Antarctic, very well spotted. Don’t have time now to go through the rest but check lima.usgs.gov for base camp names.
[Structures located on large cliffs with possibly huge cavern system: Maps Google Earth 1 Other structures nearby: Maps Google Earth 2
Originally posted by agentofchaos
In my opinion, you give 2 examples of artificial formations and 2 examples of natural formations. Notice, that the natural formations are the least questionable of all, but when it comes to the artificial it has the feeling of someone trying to hide something; like it really shouldn't be there at all. Again, like everyone else I only offer speculation, however if I ever find myself in Antartica I'll be sure to have looked those coordinates up and take a look see myself lol. Good find though man.
Originally posted by Eurisko2012
reply to post by mahtoosacks
This reminds me of that movie. - Alien vs Predator -
They all died.
There are underground alien bases all over the Earth.
I know the Grays have one on the southwest end of Puerto Rico.
Most glacier caves are started by water running through or under the glacier. This water often originates on the glacier’s surface through melting, entering the ice at a moulin and exiting at the glacier’s snout at base level. Heat transfer from the water can cause sufficient melting to create an air-filled cavity, sometimes aided by solifluction. Air movement can then assist enlargement through melting in summer and sublimation in winter.