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    Junior Member LakeHazz's Avatar
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    Thumbs up South Pole Base/Entrance?

    Hey i read this in a book called Uncensored. If anyone hasn't seen it, these are the co ordinates

    66 36' 12.58''S
    99 43' 12.72''E

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    It's either a natural cave formation or a frozen pond in the rocks. If it were really an entrance, we'd be able to see some sort of sign of the ability for vehicles and such to enter, but the rock is untouched.

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    Smile Update

    Thought i'd post this link.

    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread643346/pg1

    ...A thread with more info regarding the holes/entrances found on the South Pole.

    Peace...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munden View Post
    It's either a natural cave formation or a frozen pond in the rocks. If it were really an entrance, we'd be able to see some sort of sign of the ability for vehicles and such to enter, but the rock is untouched.
    Not if the vehicles are alien spacecraft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Munden View Post
    It's either a natural cave formation or a frozen pond in the rocks. If it were really an entrance, we'd be able to see some sort of sign of the ability for vehicles and such to enter, but the rock is untouched.
    I agree Munden. It is a frozen pond. There are a few others surrounded by ice and snow nearby. In order for it to be a frozen pond, at one time it had to have been liquid water. February 22, the date of this image, would be equivalent to around August 22 in the northern hemisphere. At the poles the warmest weather is over and temperatures will be unlikely to be above freezing. The next time the pond is likely to be liquid will be the next Antarctic summer.

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    It's obviously the entrance to Superman's cave, a moderator should delete this thread before Lex Luther finds out where it is.

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