The discovery of a huge impact crater under the ice in Greenland
is announced. I wrote a thread about it:
Only 12,000 Years Ago A Meteor Impact Created A 19 Miles Wide Crater In Greenland
explodes with 2.1 kilotons force 43 km (27 miles) above ICBM early warning radar at Thule Air Base, Greenland
, about 150 to 200
miles south from the impact crater announced on Nov 14. There were a couple of ATS threads about this:
Air Force remains silent after huge meteor hits near US military base
2.1 Kiloton Explosion Over Air Force Space Command Base Thule, Greenland.
First public announcement for a movie titled Greenland
- Director Neil Blomkamp (District 9), Actor Chris Evans (Captain America) - no release
date yet. It was originally set to start shooting in October but that was delayed to early 2019. Greenland
is a science fiction action film
focusing on Jeff (Evans), who has to get his family to the safest place in the world before a major event takes place that puts them all in danger.
That place of course is Greenland.
Houston, we have a pattern! That movie is even more intriguing as there simply are no other mainstream movies playing in Greenland with the notable
exception of Smilla's Feeling for Snow (1997)
which in turn is referenced in
The X Files (1998)
In 1859, a meteorite streaks across the sky and crashes into the Gela Alta glacier in western Greenland, causing a massive explosion that
kills an Inuit fisherman.
Smilla meets Nils Jakkelsen, who helps her discover videotapes revealing the truth about the Greenland operation—the discovery of an
energy-producing meteorite that Tork believes will give his company a dominant position in the world.
Smilla's father shows her medical x-rays of Greenland Mining accident victims that reveal the presence of a lethal prehistoric "Arctic
worm" thought to be long extinct. He explains how the presence of these worms inside a person's vital organs causes toxic shock and death.
Greenland is vast, it is the largest island on our planet. It measures 2,650 km (1650 miles) from north to south and up to 1000 km (620 miles) from
east to west. Its population of 56,000 would easily fit in an NFL stadium with plenty of room to spare for all of the active
I think somebody knew about the existence of that huge impact crater long before it was publicly announced on Nov 14. It has something to do with that
other spot close by. Camp Century
, 150 miles east of Thule Air Base
. The Hiawatha Crater is hidden under a mile of ice. Enter Project
The secret Project Iceworm was to be a system of tunnels 4,000 kilometres (2,500 mi) in length, used to deploy up to 600 nuclear missiles,
that would be able to reach the Soviet Union in case of nuclear war. The missile locations would be under the cover of Greenland's ice sheet
To study the feasibility of working under the ice, a highly publicized "cover" project, known as Camp Century, was launched in 1960.
Unsteady ice conditions within the ice sheet caused the project to be canceled in 1966.
150 miles (240 km) from the American Thule Air Base. The radar and air base at Thule had already been in active use since 1951.
I think Project Iceworm was either a dual purpose project and one of the goals was to tunnel to whatever is at the bottom of that crater or it was
simply just a cover for doing so. Think about it: the official goal was to build 2,500 miles of tunnel under the ice. To get to the crater they only
would have needed to tunnel about 200 miles.
So what could this all be about? I have several ideas and they are all fascinating, to say the least. But right now I don't have the time to expand.
Over to you ATS!
edit on 21-11-2018 by MindBodySpiritComplex because: (no reason given)