posted on Nov, 7 2011 @ 09:32 PM
Originally posted by pascalt
Originally posted by sajuek
Thanks for posting here. When did you go to the pole? What exact coordinates did you go to? Did you have to pass military clearance of some sorts? do
you have pictures of your trip, and of the pole? Thank you for your info!
I went to the pole in the early winter of 2009 when I was 21 years old. The exact coordinates shown on my electronic GPS before we were considered to
be there were 90° 0′ 0″ N, 0° 0′ 0″ E. I do have pictures of us all in our snow gear standing at the pole although that would be back on the
computer at my parents house as I still lived with them at the time, we made the trip via husky sleigh. What Hollow Earth theorists frequently point
out as the opening, is actually an ice boulder field that famously rings the north pole.
No military clearance (At least none that I was aware that took place) was required to go to the North Pole. I had a week of extreme cold weather
training in preparation, basic stuff like how to stay warm at night, how to put up a tent in a blizzard, how not to die of hypothermia if you fall
through ice into -40 degree water (Roll around in the snow to keep warm, would you believe it?)
Going to the North Pole isn't that out of this world these days, anyone can do it and a lot of commercial companies offer the experience, such as
. Televised trips to the North Pole are a plenty and with the plethora of camera crews, medics,
presenters etc, someone would notice a hot tropical zone with spaceships flying out of a massive crater.
An example of one of these televised events would include the cast of the British TV Show Top Gear who famously drove
to the North Pole in a
Toyota pickup truck as part of a TV special which you can watch on here
Hope it helps.