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Antarctic UFO crash Nov 21, 2012 - update

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  • uploaded: Nov 27, 2012
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  • danwiberg9#

    danwiberg9 December 2, 2012 2:38:00 AM CET

    Ever heard of a snow cat? Also depending on the temperature the snow gets soft on a hot day and things like tanks and snow tanks can bog down and the crust crumbles.

    Nothing special here. I have been there and lived there.

  • Rkobilan#

    Rkobilan November 27, 2012 10:24:58 PM CET

    Can you not see the road to the south of those four buildings? If they were tanks they would have to run everyday. That would leave a melting that would take place behind the rear engine area. No melt is shown. However. what appears to be a chimney is seen on the first of the buildings as you progress north. There is also a road that continues on to the first photos shown. You can see there is a noticeable shadow and would think if possibly looking there for minerals and other forms of life science.

    A real tank made of aluminum wouldn't last long in below zero temperatures. Neither would the soldiers operating it. Must be heated in below zero temperatures so you do not stick to the metal. again zero melt shown.

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