posted on Feb, 9 2012 @ 12:16 AM
Originally posted by xZodiacx
Im sorry guys I guess I though this was Arctic lake, not Antarctic. So much for making an impression with my first post! lol smh
7-2-2012 by xZodiacx because: double stupidity
Don't be sorry by friend, alot of folks are wrong about this. Atleast you didn't run away from your mistake. It's an easy error to make if you have
never studied either poles. As a kid I always thought The 1982 movie THE THING had taken place in the North Pole, which after actually educating
myself over a decade later, I finally found out that to be wrong.
My point of bringing up my childhood assumptions, is that I would guess that I was one of many young boys or men back then that were duped by such a
classic movie. Enough of that for now though, because I could watch the original 1982 THE THING a thousand more times, and that is the truth. That's
the kind of movie it was and is.
If anyone is interested in the subject of this (meaning the hidden history of Antarctica), I, as well as others, are open to anykind of discussion
groups or anyhing else organized that we could all put together.
With that being said, while at the same time enjoying eachothers just plain company, thoughts, knowledge, and personal experiences, I love this stuff
so much. ~SheopleNation