posted on Mar, 5 2011 @ 02:27 AM
In my opinion, the following are critical questions which must be accounted for by those who hypothesize that there is something hidden at the north
1) If there is an ongoing cover up to conceal the existence of a hole, base, entrance, opening, portal, or anything else at the north pole, why would
they simply cover it with a black circle? They have the power to make it appear however they wish, but draw attention to it by placing a large,
obvious, black circle there? Why would they do this?
2) When photos are offered which do show the north pole, some hypothesize that they are fake. But the reason for suspecting deception in the first
place was the contention that no photographs of the north pole existed. What evidence is there that renders the photographs which do exist invalid or
fake? What basis is there to suspect deception other than the original premise that no such photographs exist? And if photos do exist and are offered,
why are they asserted to be fake if the original basis of the theory was the lack of photographs? Is this not creating a self-sustaining, circular
3) If the photographs that do exist of the north pole are fake, why - again - would they create fakes in some cases, but leave a large black spot in
others instead? Why the inconsistency?
4) There have been numerous expeditions to the north pole. Civilians have explored the north pole. Tourists can visit the north pole. Submarines have
emerged at the north pole. Are all of these people lying? All of them, throughout history?
Anything is possible. Anything. But I feel that these are critical questions that need to be asked and credibly answered before hypothesizing about
holes at the north pole. Just my two cents.