posted on May, 20 2013 @ 10:42 AM
Originally posted by eriktheawful
Originally posted by spacedoubt
reply to post by eriktheawful
Great job erik! or is it Mr Awful?
I agree that a common interface, like Google Earth is a good way to communicate these kinds of things with others.
So it WAS built by humans then? Just not ancient ones.
Yes, in the OP's 2nd set of pictures in this post here.
In the actual OP of this thread, those look like snow and ice covered hill/mountain areas, IMHO.
If there are ancient ruins in Antarctica, I don't think we're going to see them easily using things like RSOE or Google Earth maps at this time, as
Antarctica has not lost enough ice for that. Not unless they were built on the tops of mountain peaks since the ice is anywhere from hundreds of feet
thick to many thousands of feet thick. Only special ground penetrating radar would detect something if it's there.
I would speculate that if there is anything to find, it might be found around the coast lines if we use visible photos .
However, while my personal opinion is that we won't find anything there, that doesn't mean the OP and others should give up looking. I think it's
great that people look and explore places. By doing so, a person is learning more about where we live, and if they do the research, more about what is
Food for the brain as it were, and I think that's wonderful.
Okay...an update for all my supporters of this insane theory. I just read this post (I've avoided this forum since I've been researching nearly
obsessively...) and I have to say that your advice of true coastal regions...likelihood of towns and cities along the coasts...I also took into
consideration that further flooding, erosion, and rising sea level is spot on...I am working these angles...I'm also comparing some interesting
formations with known ancient ruins... Soon everything will be underwater.
I have to say that I was very discouraged to begin with...but now I have so much supporting evidence...even with the tools at hand...I have a strict
set of criteria to classify an area as suspect.
The areas I've found to seem to have been manipulated...made perfect geological sense.
I will blow you all away...first post possibly tonight...I have so many areas of interest...I'll have to start with a stunner.
I also take into consideration the fact that some of the things I stumble upon may be a past expedition or base camp...I'm doing my best to take note
of past and present expeditions that may leave physical evidence on the ground.
Manmade stone walls...outposts...strongholds...quarries...temples...roads...bridges...glyphs.
People have to be patient when zooming in...sometimes it takes up to eight minutes to clear up, granted the data is newer than 1998. Compass bearing
and view adjustments can really make a difference...
Antarctica reminds me of Egypt/ Mongolia as far as the way that stone is used. Tibet in the way that paths, steps and stone altars are built into the
The real theory here is not that fact that their are ruins on an uninhabited continent...the theory I'm throwing out there is that humans pre-date
the demise of the dinosaurs. 400 million yrs and older...that's a pretty crazy limb I'm climbing out on...I better get this right.