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Why do YOU love Antarctica?

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posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 04:57 PM
Im making this thread in response to:
Why do YOU love the USA?
Why do YOU love Israel?
Why do YOU love Iran?

Soooo, why do YOU love Antarctica?

My favorite thing about Antarctica is that its been the center of controversy forever. We all know that there are parasitic organisms down there of extraterrestrial origin that can practically mutate and take the form of anything!! We know this because of overwhelming and conclusive evidence that proves them a force to be reckoned with (see picture 1 for proof)

(pic 1)

In 1982, a famous Hollywood director by the name of John Carpenter released a drama-documentary about them:

It has been suggested that he came into contact with this alien species when he hired Adrienne Jo Barbeau for a leading role in a film that he directed in 1980 called “the Fog”.

Is this who John Carpenter really hired in 1980?

Hitler was also aware of this himself. As can be proven with this picture here:

So what do YOU love about Antarctica?

posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 05:07 PM
(Checks again to confirm which forum this is in)

What do I like most about Antarctica? It's far away, it's empty and it's there! Time to go fill it with people and make it a proper disaster. It's entirely too quiet down there and Penguins don't get such a huge spot to themselves...

Besides...The entrance to the center of the Earth is there, don't ya know? What's not to like?

posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 05:11 PM
reply to post by theBigToe

Definitely The Mountains of Madness. They are my favorite thing about Antarctica...

Followed by Shoggoth...

And The Old Ones are definitely a reason for a return visit...

Thanks for asking.


posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 05:14 PM

More proof of the aliens mind control
edit on 15-2-2012 by theBigToe because: (no reason given)

posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 05:16 PM

posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 05:34 PM
Definitly the warm sandy beaches and naked natives !

posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 06:20 PM
The all-night-long parties that go for 6 months.

Woo Hoo!!!

posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 07:50 PM
I love it because David Koch is there

And I hope he doesn't come back!!!!!!!


freeze you egg head

posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 08:11 PM
lake vostok and the dissapearing scientists?

Doctor Who: The Seeds of Doom

The Seeds of Doom is the sixth and final serial of 13th season in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in six weekly parts from 31 January to 6 March 1976. It placed the serial squarely within the Gothic Horror-influenced era of producer Philip Hinchcliffe and script editor Robert Holmes. The serial comprised the culmination of Tom Baker's second series as the Doctor.
In Antarctica, British scientists Charles Winlett and Derek Moberley discover a pod buried in the permafrost, and take it back to their camp. John Stevenson, the base botanist identifies it as vegetable-based and estimates it has been buried in the ice for some twenty thousand years.

Back in London, Richard Dunbar of the World Ecology Bureau shows the Doctor photographs of the pod. Although he feels that the Doctor cannot help them, his superior Sir Colin Thackeray insisted. The Doctor examines the pictures and believes it to be extraterrestrial. He tells Dunbar to contact the expedition by their regular video link, and tell them not to touch it until he arrives.

Back at the base, Stevenson discovers that the pod is growing larger and he believes it is absorbing ultraviolet radiation. In England, Dunbar visits the estate of millionaire Harrison Chase. Chase's estate is filled with thousands of plants, and he considers it his mission to protect the plant life of Mother Earth. Dunbar has come to show him pictures of the pod, its possible extraterrestrial origin and hints that such a valuable specimen could easily disappear.... for a price. Dunbar gives Chase the location of the pod. Chase calls for one of his men, Scorby, telling him to take Keeler along.

At the base, Winlett is half asleep near the pod when it opens up. A frond-like tentacle whips out and stings his arm, causing Winlett to collapse in pain. When Stevenson and Moberley find him, Winlett's face is covered with green hives.
The Doctor and Sarah arrive at the base. In the sickbay, Winlett's body temperature and pulse are dropping rapidly. His face and body are now covered with a green fungus, and its growth is accelerating. The Doctor asks for a blood test on Winlett, who is growing increasingly monstrous, and examines the now-empty pod. Stevenson acknowledges that it may be his fault; convinced that the pod was alive, he placed it under a lamp. Outside the base, the Doctor digs at the ice, uncovering another pod. Noting that the pods travel in pairs, the Doctors transfers it to the base freezer. On analysis, Winlett's blood is found to contain no blood platelets, but instead has schizophytes — microscopic organisms akin to plant bacteria.The sound of engines is heard, and Moberley and Stevenson go meet what they presume is the medical team. The Doctor tells Sarah that Winlett is turning into a Krynoid , a kind of galactic weed that settles on planets and eats the animal life.

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