Antarctic ice anomaly could be man-made structure 12,000 years old

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 communities."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.
Read more here: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/

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earthling's picture
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The president of the European Parliament is Josep Borrell Fontelles, and he's not French. Nicole Fontaine was president 1999-2002. But I guess compared to those 12000 years, that's too fine a resolution to ask for.

The rest of that page you linked too is even worse.

the shadow's picture
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I actually found it very interesting, and will be even more interested when it is finally investigated.

shadows

earthling's picture
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Perhaps that is a satire site, and they mean things to sound silly? It's hard to tell sometimes.

the shadow's picture
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but I've heard about this before and not on that site.There is something under the ice and we don't know what it is.
Wait and see, we could be in for a surprise.

shadows

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Marketing I would imagine. The official website for the 'investigation' features a fiction book about the U.S. military finding archaeological remains under Antarctica (Raising Atlantis). And a look at the 'About Us' page is enlightening:

Every week tens of thousands of Internet subscribers anxiously await news updates on a fictional archeological dig in Antarctica....The social mission @lantisTV is to produce works of imagination and impact that shape the world's vision of reality.

Thanks to James for pointing out that About Us page.

Peace and Respect
Greg
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Kat's picture
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My bad. I should have looked up the definition in the dictionary.

Kat