posted on Dec, 25 2010 @ 06:32 AM
Originally posted by gj3200
reply to post by SeekerofTruth101
this a reply to tuxxxer. you can live in anartica. your country probably has some territory there from the artic agreement. you'll just have to
transport all your food, water, etc in. Plus build something extreme or underground to survive. so you can look for other intelligent life there till
your hearts content. It'll only cost ya about $2 million for a year. if you need motorized transportation add another mill. but look at the plus side
no rent, no walmarts, mcd's, no xmas cards to mail, and no obnoxious neighbors!
Hahaha... I doubt sincerely Ireland owns half a square meter of Antarctica!! I understand its ''possible'' to live there, I wouldn't like to though...
A burley expedition down into unexplored labyrinths on the other hand...??
It's just that of all the hidden, guarded secrets on earth I think
Antarctica is one of the only realistic places an ''outsider'' could potentially go (on the right side of the law) and find at least something! The
people who may or may not be government and may or may not be keeping this place a secret have always assumed that the conditions in Antarctica would
ward off any real focused attempt at an expedition under the ice and probably still do... Giving them a false sense of security and making me think
that if it was done properly a live documentary style expedition could succeed in exposing any activity or at the very least putting the ''wilder''
theories to bed. I say ''live'' because with a feed going out; anything unfortunate that happens will be noticed straight away on the surface and on a
large scale through the main stream media allowing for help to be on hand if needed. And if anyone disappears without a trace it'l be big news.
Insurance of a sort.
I'm only twenty-one and have always wanted to do and see things that no one else has... To be the first to find something world changing... Almost
everything has been done these days. The last frontiers are perilous making exploration tough and expensive. Space, the Earth's Oceans and Antarctica
still hold many secrets and I fully intend in my lifetime to see and learn as much of them as possible.! Needs to be done right of course, i'm not
telling anyone to get a raft and a thick jacket and to meet me in Antarctica but one day....
edit on 25-12-2010 by TuXXXeR because: (no