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AMAZING Antarctica Discovery

  • Goldy
  • uploaded: Jul 2, 2012
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  • Ronray#

    Ronray July 14, 2012 9:11:16 PM CEST

    You appear to be a most intelligent person. But when you begin saying that there are "head shapes" and animal shapes in a picture of a continent, it removes any intellect accolades I could have attributed to you.
    Take a piece of printer paper; wad it up good, squeezing and twisting it; then straighted it out and flatten it on a table; now, take a photograph of that. You will find MANY shapes in it... But it means absolutely NOTHING!
    I have seen video of people taking imagery of the moon's surface and applying this same process of principal to it, claiming that aliens somehow "made" those shapes. And I'm not talking about what appears to be towers or building structures, I mean 'animal' and 'face' shapes... just what you are doing here.
    I see a "shrimp" in your image of the coast of Antarctica, but that means only that I am hungry or some other association of 'my' life, NOT any logical fact associated with the actual image or continent.

  • syvenn#

    syvenn July 4, 2012 7:52:28 AM CEST

    if you're using google earth, its possible that its just a bad 3D render. the colors could very well be also bad rendering. Structures don't pop up quite like that, you would clearly see dimensions and what not. that just looks like a bunch of lines running on eachother. now if this was from the google satellites then we might be talking...

  • Things2come#

    Things2come July 4, 2012 5:23:01 AM CEST

    ...... Aurora australis (the southern lights)

    I think why cant we see the north and south poles clearly like the rest of the planet on google earth and dont give me fewer or no satellite crap. there are plenty of satellite recording the the changing hole in Ozone layer around the south pole.

    There is something fishy going on down there with so many countries interested in this region (yet no good satellite images, hmmmmm!) what it is no one fully knows. So is open to speculation.

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