Satellite spots MASSIVE object hidden under the frozen wastes of Antarctica

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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2489440/satellite-spots-massive-object-hidden-under-the-frozen-wastes-of-antarctica/

Some researchers believe it is the remains of a truly massive asteroid which was more than twice the size of the Chicxulub space rock which wiped out the dinosaurs.

If this explanation is true, it could mean this killer asteroid caused the Permian–Triassic extinction event which killed 96 percent of Earth’s sea creatures and up to 70 percent of the vertebrate organisms living on land.

However, the wilder minds of the internet have come up with their own theories, with some conspiracy theorists claiming it could be a massive UFO base or a portal to a mysterious underworld called the Hollow Earth.
 

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bobbymike said:
However, the wilder minds of the internet have come up with their own theories, with some conspiracy theorists claiming it could be a massive UFO base or a portal to a mysterious underworld called the Hollow Earth.
And that is worth repeating here, to enhance the noise-to-signal ratio.
 

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...don't forget about Cthulhu.


My guess: 28th December is equivalent to April's 1st in Spain...
 

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Much amused by seeing the word anomaly in inverted commas. Standard and commonly used term in geophysics.

As Doc Morrissey would say 'There's a lot of it about, I've got it too.'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-37360696

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siljan_Ring

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silverpit_crater

I've whacked the first with a hammer and drilled holes in the last two. Didn't find any hollowness at ~22000ft (~6700m) under central Sweden. The Silverpit one might just be a collapsed salt dome.

Chris
 

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Never read any articles from The Sun, utter bollocks from frontpage to backpage. You find more illuminating scientific accuracy reading toilet paper packaging.

Still, it will make a nice lake to hold all that ice meltwater some day.
 

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Like the National Inquirer, but with less journalism.

Couldn't even be arsed to use pictures of the Antarctic without an "alien face" watermark. Stunningly crap.
 

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