A depression huge and deep on Mars has left astronomers baffled.
It was discovered by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (NRO), which has been studying the Martian surface for 11 years. The vast pit, estimated to be hundreds of feet across and surrounded by frozen carbon dioxide, is located on the south pole of Mars— sticking out among the Swiss cheese terrain of Earth’s closest neighbor. . . . Read Complete Report
As I have stated for 50 years it is my belief that planetary civilizations live inside planets and Earth’s outer civilization, man, is an experiment conducted by an Advanced Civilization that lives inside our planet to see if a civilization can exist on the outside of a planet for any length of time and what would happen to such an outer civilization placed here. Crazy Idea? Maybe so, but here is another finding that, well . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw (This site is not called The Hollow Earth Insider nothing)
Windows into the abyss
Black spots have been discovered on Mars that are so dark that nothing inside can be seen. Quite possibly, the spots are entrances to deep underground caves capable of protecting Martian life, were it to exist.
See the picture in High Quality: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap070528.html
Must See! Planet Mars Has Something Moving Under Its Surface! 6/18/16
Featured Image: Map showing the location of the North Pole and the location of the buoys with the webcams. Credit: North Pole Environmental Laboratory SOURCE: Huffington Post.
From Live Science By Becky Oskin, Staff Writer | July 31, 2013 04:23pm ET
Like a politician whose peccadillos lead to “family time,” the North Pole lake has had its fill of Internet notoriety. The stunning blue meltwater lake that formed on the Arctic ice disappeared on Monday (July 29), draining through a crack in the underlying ice floe.
Now, instead of 2 feet (0.6 meters) of freshwater slopping against a bright-yellow buoy, a remote webcam shows only ice and clouds. . . . Read Complete Report
Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, historic American icon famous for his explorations of the Earth’s polar extremities, was widely regarded during his lifetime as a pioneer and hero. A decorated naval officer, Byrd even received the Medal of Honor in 1926 for his alleged flight to the North Pole (though the legitimacy of this claim was later disputed by a number of researchers). However, in spite of the scientific and historic merit of Byrd’s achievements, there are less widely-publicized theories which suggest Byrd was onto something that went far deeper than his exploration of the surface world.
Here is a well put together tour of the Laseria Map Collection. The question, Is the Earth Hollow? Great video even if you don’t care about the make-up of our earth, looking at the map’s and the information presented are worth your time . . . EDITOR
from NPIEE.com (North Pole Inner Earth Expedition)
The North Pole Inner Earth Expedition is the Greatest Expedition in the History of the World.
Sunday, January 08, 2012 2:20
The Yamal was retired in 2008. The Captain Kalibnikov is the only civilian ship remaining in the world that can make this voyage. It is 450 feet long, weighs 23,000 tons, and has a 4 ½ year fuel supply. It is capable of carrying 100 passengers. It also has a helicopter and a small boat used for forward exploration and for sampling the sea and ice. The Yamal is the key to success for equipment to reach and successfully study the arctic regions. The team is going to be well housed on this ship for the 14-day charter. No diesel craft can make this journey. We need at least 5 days on location to take the measurements necessary to make the project a success.
As a scientific expedition, we will spend our time sampling and testing the organic, biological elements on and under the ice. Items that we will examine include: . . . read complete report
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