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Originally posted by wulff
reply to post by Arken
I don't know if this has been mentioned but what worries me is the Russians said to keep the hole from caving in they filled it with 60 tons of kerosene! They said there wasn't any chance of the kerosene getting into the lake because the lake water will shoot out and push the kerosene out!
Call me overcautious, but howw do they know that for sure?
By the way, I read today that nobody has been able to make contact with the Russians and there is fear they may be in trouble (at least that was the last news I heard Friday).
Originally posted by WhoDat09
reply to post by wulff
I don't think they know anything "for sure" but I hope they are right and that NO kerosene makes it's way into that Lake, because I think it'll have drastic consequences for all of us if it does. It is the last place on earth that is left untouched by humans!!
Originally posted by Zecharia
Whats under lake Vostok
The lake vostoc "Alien craft coverup"
hmmm, very interesting indeed, seems like the whole continent is falling apart...what if theres something really under there? O.o that would be pretty surreal
Originally posted by thestinger
Another interesting story, perhaps related to the drilling just came out.
18 Mile Crack seen by Nasa on Antarctica
Even if it has nothing to do with the drilling, it is interesting that many Antarctica related reports are coming out.
Originally posted by saskfarm
Long time lurker 1st time poster....
Lets put a few things together - History event - for sure..
Al Gore, Virgin exec's and several of the worlds most wealthy on a trip to antartica in Dec Jan time frame.
Prince William in southern Hemisphere at same time - a little later though.
Lost communication with russian scientists then not...
Something big going on down south........
Just throwin darts, at a big dart board.
Connect the dots - please someone with more brains and time than me....
And BTW Hi to all..
Originally posted by ujustneverknow
reply to post by Thain Esh Kelch
Of course I do , I said I did,it's just a shame that this Earth is being violated on a daily basis , fracking , mining , clearing forests to build , building,new highways,animals being displaced and the list goes on and on...
I'm all for moving forward and technology but not at the expense of our safety and the Earths well being.
Originally posted by Dionisius
reply to post by Arken
At long last we are going to fulfill humanitys apparent ambition to contaminate, distort and/or destroy every last square millimetre of nature's untouched natural and mysterious beauty.
This is the beginning of the end for humanity as a whole, and I hope for the earths sake it really is this time, before we do more damage than nature can heal from.
TextThe team’s last contact with colleagues in the unfrozen world was six long days ago, and scientists from around the globe are unsure of the fate of the mission -- and the scientists themselves -- as Antarctica’s killing winter draws near. Read more: www.foxnews.com...
Originally posted by JMech
reply to post by Ophiuchus 13
After hearing the team hasn't checked in for a while, "The Thing" is exactly what I thought of. My neighbor has a Siberian Husky, gonna keep my eye on him.