Lake Vostok Antarctica: breakthrough imminent.

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posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 10:54 AM
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I am starring this thread and flagging simply for the update and the sharing of knowledge and not praising any actions what so ever of the imbeciles that feel this is acceptable. I say this because i dont believe they have considered all possibilities.
Its not my conspiracy mind ticking here, i can only explain it as of a touch of worry. Its very rare that a thread would make me feel like that. The last one was the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

I just wonder,.....oh by the way i am no scientist or anything of the sort so if i am worrying about the following then i am assuming they are, they have and they did, and that they are only continuing due to everything else being investigated.
My worries or concerns.

1 The risk of infecting the lake with "our" bacteria and poisons. (whether it be debris or oil from the drill or just carelessness, i would even go as far as saying from our atmosphere)

2Have they considered the fact that what we are in the duration of our existence and whats to say that something similar couldnt have evolved to a similar extent.

3 Given the current sky sounds, solar storms and in particular the polar reversal that i have read here on ATS have all of these been taken into account and also happen to be concerned about the technology that is currently in place like the HAARP system but more concerned about the Large Hadron Collider and any possible connections to these.?

4 Is there a possibility that oxygen in such high concentrations can be released and if so would there be any effects on either the planet or the lake that has remained buried for so long?


This is in no way scare mongering i just pray that caution is adhered to and that there are no hidden agendas behind the operation that could be negative to the planet.
p.s Is this where ET intervention comes in to stop stupidity or is it part of the next stage before the return?




posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 11:10 AM
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Yes its a little dated but i was intrigued at the mention of the NSA supposedly taking over back then and why now the sudden rush of the Russians. Maybe the NSA got involved purely for the fact of the Russians being there in the first place under political pressure. I find it a little strange that the Russians dropped an outpost on the fringe merely by chance and at the time the conspiracy theorists went wild over the whole issue of magnetic anomaly and the russians being there.

Anyways its all best guess for now and i look forward to the events unfolding however extreme they turn out to be.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 11:14 AM
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Yeah i hear you, maybe all of what me see on tv is a smoke screen having us all take more notice whats going on in the middle east while theyre all in cahoots elsewhere. Just wait till God tips up.
There is going to be some sore backsides.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 11:44 AM
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This is awesome, it's like going to a new world almost. 20 million years of seclusion from the outside world....I can only imagine what kind of creatures are going to be living down there. Hopefully it will be more than just some bacteria and little microscopic life forms, I want to see some crazy looking things!



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by Ophiuchus 13
The movie the THING also comes to mind?????


And also the movie ( and novel ) Smilla's Sense of Snow. This is a real thriller about what horror might be encased in the frozen ice.

Distributor:
20th Century Fox
Starring:
Julia Ormond, Gabriel Byrne, Richard Harris
Synopsis
Julia Ormond stars as Copenhagen resident Smilla Jasperson, a reclusive, half-Inuit scientist who befriends a neglected Inuit boy who lives in her building. Arriving home from work one day, Smilla is mortified to learn that the boy has died in a fall from the building's roof. Suspicious because she knows that her young friend was afraid of heights, Smilla probes into the "accident." Her only ally is an enigmatic man known as the Mechanic (Gabriel Byrne), who also lives in the building and seems sympathetic. Smilla discovers that the boy's family is connected to a mining company conducting top-secret research in her ancestral home of Greenland. Then she spies the Mechanic and the company's president (Richard Harris) dining together. Is she a paranoid conspiracy theorist or a sleuth uncovering a bizarre murder mystery? When a retired secretary (Vanessa Redgrave) helps her make a critical discovery, Smilla sets off for Greenland, where the otherworldly, prehistoric answer to her questions awaits.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 12:11 PM
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Human beings seem to have some sort of sick compulsion forcing them to compromise,taint,ruin,contaminate,destroy, and annihalate anything and everything that dares to be pure and pristine in this world.

Seriously?

Why not just leave things be for once?!?!?



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 12:16 PM
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I was reading an article a few days ago about this and the whole NSA angle is apparently been debunked as rubbish. Can't recall where that article was but they were pretty complete in their debunkification.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 12:30 PM
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You know how the drill goes...

- If they find something unexpected the scientist will say ...there is nothing special there.
- If they find nothing special the scientist will say....there is nothing special there
- if they will find something the scientist did expect they will say....there is nothing special there.

The people who paid for the expedition want all discoveries, data and what not for examination before anything will be made public. If anything significant will be discovered it will be known to the public in some 2,3 or 5 years or worse case....never.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 12:37 PM
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Originally posted by Screwed
Human beings seem to have some sort of sick compulsion forcing them to compromise,taint,ruin,contaminate,destroy, and annihalate anything and everything that dares to be pure and pristine in this world.

Seriously?

Why not just leave things be for once?!?!?

Lets hope they dont find a similar species below the ice. That could be naughty



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 02:38 PM
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Originally posted by Screwed
Human beings seem to have some sort of sick compulsion forcing them to compromise,taint,ruin,contaminate,destroy, and annihalate anything and everything that dares to be pure and pristine in this world.

Seriously?

Why not just leave things be for once?!?!?


what if they discover some epic medical cure for aids or cancer?



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 02:59 PM
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I just hope that whatever is down there, will not be harmed. And that they give the full reports in public and not hiding..whatever lurks down there.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 03:26 PM
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Originally posted by Gwampo

Originally posted by Screwed
Human beings seem to have some sort of sick compulsion forcing them to compromise,taint,ruin,contaminate,destroy, and annihalate anything and everything that dares to be pure and pristine in this world.

Seriously?

Why not just leave things be for once?!?!?


what if they discover some epic medical cure for aids or cancer?


Then it will be covered up and we won't know about it



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 03:31 PM
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This is awesome!!
I don't get why you people can't enjoy what we are living everyday... Stop being scared, what will happen, will happen.
Humans will never stop exploring, that's what we are. And if we are really concerned about the way our exploring and expansion is handled, the logical step is to get involved, not to whine about it...

S&F for some great news.

PS: Please, don't underestimate our scientists, they are not the dumb part of the population, you know?



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 03:52 PM
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Because we own this planet and can do whatever we want to do. We have all the rights to explore it and seek what's out there.
I don't think it's better to stay dumb like the animals and don't explore anything because some naturalists think it's evil.

Everybody should be excited about this. What will they find? Maybe some strange creatures? I can't wait to see what will happen.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 03:52 PM
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Originally posted by zatara
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You know how the drill goes...

- If they find something unexpected the scientist will say ...there is nothing special there.
- If they find nothing special the scientist will say....there is nothing special there
- if they will find something the scientist did expect they will say....there is nothing special there.

The people who paid for the expedition want all discoveries, data and what not for examination before anything will be made public. If anything significant will be discovered it will be known to the public in some 2,3 or 5 years or worse case....never.



Spot on zatara! i was just going to post something similar. We will be fed BS
as usual, and most will be none the wiser!
This whole lake Vostok thing could also be used as fodder for some future, more
global false flag event, faked or otherwise.
It being 2012 and all.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 04:08 PM
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I don't think there would be any drilling for two decades just to find some new bacteria.They are after the magnetic phenomena. I do believe they know already what it is also, now just find a way to lower a ROV and see if they are right. Atlantis, a spaceship, a city???



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 04:09 PM
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This is actually soo exciting! I as well can't wait to see what they find.
I don't get why we would just leave it there of course we want to explore and find new things. Its how we got to where we are now. Otherwise we would still be close minded animals figuring out how to heat up our food and clothe ourselves _javascript:icon('
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posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 04:13 PM
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This is more exciting than exploring a totally new planet imo. Sadly we won't know what they'll discover as they'll hush it up quickly.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 04:16 PM
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Zombie Apocalypse in three, two, one...

- PS

Just remember that Harry Cooper was right all along. The basement was the safest place.



posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 04:30 PM
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Modern humans haven't even existed for 1 million years if that area has been isolated for 20 million years isn't it possible that far more advanced creatures evolved and are still alive down there? Or what if a new virus/bacteria is lying in wait? We wouldn't have any immunities to it and it could wipe us out.





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