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posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 12:01 AM
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Originally posted by krossfyter

Originally posted by Edgar806
I remember seeing an article that once said that antarctica was once located near the equator. If this is true then civilizations could have existed there and thats why a city is found there


there is a city found there?

only wishful thinking makes people believe this is a city.

i doubt even a city of metal would have that much of an impact on the magnetic field if one did exist.

sounds more like an issue with the mantle of the earth to me.




posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 01:07 AM
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Wow this is a great find I hope its true! that would be so interesting... It's been awhile since that Lake Vostok drill team thing ( not really but kinda awhile for no info, but of course we wont get all of it :p), and I really wish I could find out ALL the info that they found out while there so I could think of the possibility of the ancient civilization being credible or not under the ice over there.
(A man can only dream of getting ALL info from any given subject of value
)

This would be huge if discovered, cant wait to hear more about it, thanks for posting.



posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 02:10 AM
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Originally posted by quedup
This is from 2001 - there are lots of weird stories coming out of that place but if an ancient site had been found, I think we would have heard about it by now.

Guess it would be easy to keep it under wraps down there though.


If an ancient site was found that showed any blatant technological advances or history that is completely contradictory to Christianity or accepted human history we would most certainly never hear about it.



posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 02:48 AM
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Lets see what this has going against it well Richard C Hoaxland for one, a magnetic anomaly could be caused by a few things a hidden city wouldn't be the first or probably on anyone's list unless your R C H of course
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posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 04:59 AM
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Originally posted by Hyaena
You know, there's a theory that H.P. Lovecraft wasn't simply coming up with his stories, but was instead tapping into something real -- a different dimension, an ancient history, a host of horrible monsters that had, for whatever reason, chosen to reveal themselves to him alone.

At the Mountains of Madness is, hands-down, the scariest story I've ever read. I was flat-out crying when they found poor Gedney, and I didn't stop until the end. No story ever did that to me before, and none has since. The only one that has ever come close is Shadow Over Innsmouth, another Lovecraft creation.

My point is this: For the love of all that's holy, PLEASE let this be a hoax. Nothing -- and I mean nothing -- good can come of this. Yeah, Lovecraft was actually right about the supposed "Mountains of Madness" themselves -- the mountains so old and so large they sink into the ice.

And Bowie's "Scary Monsters and Super Creeps" just came on my iPod randomly, so I'm just going to stop. That's the kind of coincidence I don't like.


So are you working with the "Necronomicon"?



posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 07:31 AM
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Hi RIGEL4

first of, appologies for the tone used.
I wasn't in a mood fit to be contributing to ATS and should have kept it to myself.
I guess a slight irritation was triggered by the relation betwin emphatic/dramatic aspect of the title of the thread and its content.
Not in terms of quality, but given all the recent activity at Vostok, I am part of the people awaiting with a lot of excitement any (improbable) news related to Vostok
I was a bit disapointed but should not have lacked courtesy.

Vostok is a mystery. I personally believe it holds some rather unexciting discoveries for a believer and very exciting discoveries for a scientist. It will help understand/confirm that earth is part of a galactic ecosystem.
I am also seduced by the ferrous meteorite theory/earth mantle bug as explanation for the magnetic anomaly. I would actually love to hear a scientist comment on the scientific data of this anomaly. I am sure a specialist has got to have an opinion on the subject.
All this said, if it turned up to be something that would question the establishement's beliefs, I would be the first to celebrate.
I must say that unfortunately, I fear it will be years before we hear anything about Vostok, specially if it's big.

Peace.
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posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 10:43 AM
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City or no city, hollow earth opening, geomagnetic anomaly, meteorite I dont really care.

My worries is about the scientists primary concern - ancient harmful bacteria or virus released to the world.

On the bright side, if water is warm in Antartica, what are the chances of it warm too in other faraway planets ?



posted on Mar, 20 2012 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by Logiciel
reply to post by rigel4
 


Hi RIGEL4

first of, appologies for the tone used.
I wasn't in a mood fit to be contributing to ATS and should have kept it to myself.
I guess a slight irritation was triggered by the relation betwin emphatic/dramatic aspect of the title of the thread and its content.
Not in terms of quality, but given all the recent activity at Vostok, I am part of the people awaiting with a lot of excitement any (improbable) news related to Vostok
I was a bit disapointed but should not have lacked courtesy.

Vostok is a mystery. I personally believe it holds some rather unexciting discoveries for a believer and very exciting discoveries for a scientist. It will help understand/confirm that earth is part of a galactic ecosystem.
I am also seduced by the ferrous meteorite theory/earth mantle bug as explanation for the magnetic anomaly. I would actually love to hear a scientist comment on the scientific data of this anomaly. I am sure a specialist has got to have an opinion on the subject.
All this said, if it turned up to be something that would question the establishement's beliefs, I would be the first to celebrate.
I must say that unfortunately, I fear it will be years before we hear anything about Vostok, specially if it's big.

Peace.
edit on 20-3-2012 by Logiciel because: (no reason given)


Your forgiven...lol. I get grumpy myself and sometimes cross the line. Decent of you to come back on publicly though, it shoes yo have thought about stuff,

The thread was not supposed to be presented as fact, if it was presented that way i apologize. It was a few
loose facts and some speculation.

The subject though is a fascinating one .i agree



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 03:17 AM
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Originally posted by Flavian
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Well the fossil record shows homo sapiens has been around for about 200'000 years - not even the blink of an eye geologically.

Our earliest known ancestors go back to the late Miocene, around 5.3 million years ago.

So yes, i would say it is pretty unlikely and improbable that there is anything linked to humans from around 15 million years ago.

However, seeing as you wish to argue this, why not show the evidence that shows we have been around for that long? I would be happy if you could prove me wrong.


here you go, check out this thread.... the evidence that we've been around for that long is clear for those who wish to actually see it


www.abovetopsecret.com...&addstar=1&on=13732763#pid13732763



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 03:33 AM
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Originally posted by ladyteeny

Originally posted by Flavian
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Well the fossil record shows homo sapiens has been around for about 200'000 years - not even the blink of an eye geologically.

Our earliest known ancestors go back to the late Miocene, around 5.3 million years ago.

So yes, i would say it is pretty unlikely and improbable that there is anything linked to humans from around 15 million years ago.

However, seeing as you wish to argue this, why not show the evidence that shows we have been around for that long? I would be happy if you could prove me wrong.


here you go, check out this thread.... the evidence that we've been around for that long is clear for those who wish to actually see it


www.abovetopsecret.com...&addstar=1&on=13732763#pid13732763



Awsome thread at first seems interesting need to read it all later thanks ladyteeny for pointing me in this direction



posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 04:22 AM
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Have you properly read the thread you linked to? Asking because the OP actually states that they are not a stone mason and does not have knowledge of that area.

There are plenty of other threads (would link to them if i knew how!) that demonstrate that precision cutting is perfectly possible using basic methods.

I see you are in Scotland. Reason i say that is because there will be some stone masons somewhere in your locale and chances are some will still use some techniques that have been around for a long time, particularly if they are a firm that are involved with ancient monuments. If you ask nicely, they sometimes let you watch them "in action" - try it, i guarantee you will be pretty amazed at how simple they make it seem.



posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 09:53 AM
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its probably had enough time isolated to evolve intelligent life mabe thats whats going on i hope anyway



posted on Apr, 7 2012 @ 10:05 AM
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Anything that comes from Richard Hogland,

Has to be taken with a grain of salt.



posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 05:07 PM
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Originally posted by Submarines
Anything that comes from Richard Hogland,

Has to be taken with a grain of salt.


The size of Gibraltar



posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 06:07 PM
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WOW!!! Lake Vostok is a very interesting subject & I was very disappointed to learn that the OP was talking about something from 2001. If you weren't trying to deceive why didn't you put the date 2001 in the original post???
I'd bet many people came here hoping to find something new.............& why would some S&F this post when it's such old news?



posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 06:15 PM
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Well, of COURSE there's a city buried under Antarctica.

Silly scientists! The name of it is R'lyeh. There, dead Cthulhu lies dreaming.

It would be...better...not to disturb it. Of course, I'm in good with the Elder Gods, so I get eaten first.

Learn all about it here!



posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 07:11 PM
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Hey no mentioned of Lovecraft permitted

The Mountains of madness-wiki summary

The story on line





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