"Anomaly" discovered beneath ice in Antarctica ...

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  1. Time/02112 Senior Member Registered Senior Member

    April 17, 2001
    Originaly Web posted at 5:25 a.m. by:
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    Subject: "Anomaly" discovered beneath ice in Antarctica

    WASHINGTON (AMP) - A spy satellite image of Antarctica reveals
    an "anomaly" two miles beneath the ice that could be a man-made
    structure, according to Congressional investigators who are demanding
    release of the image from the Pentagon.

    The explosive revelation about the anomaly, located at the epicenter
    of recent seismic activity in East Antarctica, prompted an immediate
    denial from the Defense Department and feverish speculation among
    members of the international intelligence and archeological

    "If it's something the U.S. military has constructed down there, then
    they're violating the international Antarctic Treaty," said an aide
    to Nicole Fontaine, the European Parliament's French president who in
    the past has accused the U.S. of spying on European citizens. "If
    not, then it's something that's at least 12,000 years old, which is
    how long ice has covered Antarctica. That would make it the oldest
    man-made structure on the planet. The Pentagon should heed the calls
    of Congress and release whatever it's hiding."

    The existence of the classified satellite image was reported this
    week by an unidentified federal agent who infiltrated the Pentagon
    last year during a General Accounting Office audit of lax security at
    19 government installations. The highly publicized sting operation,
    in which federal investigators carrying fake law enforcement
    credentials penetrated the FBI, CIA and State Department, embarrassed
    the Clinton Administration and prompted the hearings on Capitol Hill.

    The image may have been captured by one of three missing U.S. spy
    satellites that space observers suspect have been moved into secret
    orbits over Antarctica to avoid detection.

    But if history is any indicator, Congress will have to wait some time
    to catch a glimpse of any images captured by the satellites. It was
    only last September that former President Bill Clinton decided to
    finally release Cold War spy satellite images of Antarctica to help
    scientists gauge the effects of the depleted ozone layer and global
    warming on the polar cap.

    Visiting Christchurch, New Zealand, the main staging post for
    Antarctic expeditions, Clinton announced that the U.S. National
    Imagery and Mapping Agency was releasing seven previously classified
    Cold War images of Antarctica. The digital images, taken in the mid-
    1970s and early 1980s, provide detailed snapshots of the Dry Valleys
    region, a vast terrain of about 7,500 square miles shrouded in
    darkness for much of the year.

    Clinton ignored questions about a secret American military
    installation in Antarctica, making a plea for the world to grapple
    with global warming and the fragility of the South Pole. "Unless we
    change course, most scientists believe the seas will rise so high
    they will swallow whole islands and coastal areas," he told several
    hundred people at New Zealand's International Antarctic Centre.

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  5. Time/02112 Senior Member Registered Senior Member


    For some, there is never enough elusion to get those juices flowing.

    How else may we reach false conclusions via eye witness reporting with poor observation?

    What? You need more?

    Why not.

    Those that trust no one, can not be trusted. Those they teach to distrust, complete the circle. It is to throw a monkey wrench in our own spokes.

    Where does the monkey end?

    Note: at the bottom of every page of is the disclaimer:

    "ALL DEPICTIONS OF NEWS EVENTS ARE FICTIONAL AND INTENDED FOR ENTERTAINMENT ONLY, despite claims to the contrary by subscribers, government agencies, archeologists and other interested parties."

    It's an advertising site for the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas.

    Proof that anyone can be taken in by anything simply by not reading everything.

    The website is actually promoting an upcoming book. What is reported on the site coincides with plot points of the book.

    This is a trend in recent days, to create websites that appear to be real but are in fact part of a fiction story. Examples include the Lone Gunmen tv show -- a website for a type of computer chip was set up months before the show debuted that was realistic right down to the "investor relations" section. In the premier episode of the tv show, the Lone Gunmen tried to steal this company's chip.

    And for Spielberg's upcoming AI film, there are over a dozen fake websites, for companies and even characters in the film.

    Check some of them out, they're kind of neat:

    One another Note:
    Perhaps "The Real Story" somhow ties in,
    with the whole Antarctica-as-Atlantis notion,
    I've read that the NSA stopped a major scientific investigation into that lake. They were planning to launch a remote camera into it. There is also a major magnetic anomoly there. Makes me want to go there.

    go to www.jimmarrs.com and read the News ,of 4-16-01 about the warm lake found under the lake Volstok in the Antartica,and a link to a site that gives tons of info about what may be going on down there!!!Intense stuff....
    anyway, The lake Volstok info. is for real.
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  7. patriotSTORM Registered Senior Member

    Hard to believe that account. Mr Clinton has not visited New Zealand, let alone Christchurch, in a few years since APEC (1999).
  8. Malaclypse Perturber Registered Senior Member

    also some interesting stuff about the evac....something to do with radiation exposure....hum....
  9. patriotSTORM Registered Senior Member

    Or the article is a load of total bs. I have proven one of the critical aspects of the article to be false - and as for the rest, well I wouldnt stake any money on it.
  10. Malaclypse Perturber Registered Senior Member

    yeah, sure.....

    ...but one thing IS for sure, something weird is going on, whatever it is.
  11. Malaclypse Perturber Registered Senior Member


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