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(Daily Star)   UFO researcher is not saying that 'ancient aliens' are alive and living in Antarctica, but aliens are alive and living in Antarctica (possible nsfw content on page)   (dailystar.co.uk) divider line
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4 days ago  
So the guy that built my hotrod was an alien

that explains the fuzzy dice
 
4 days ago  
So really, at the end was Keith David or Kurt Russel The Thing or were they both (which wouldn't really make sense) or were they both still human and froze to death?
 
4 days ago  
The worst result of this timeline is that Cliff Burton prevents the end.
 
4 days ago  
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I see a penis drawn on a partial stick man
 
4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
I found a google earth image of something I don't understand, it HAS to be aliens.

Idiots.
 
4 days ago  
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On an unrelated note, Dave Beckhams kid looks like a mongoloid.
 
4 days ago  
Old abandon research site? It's Aliens!
 
4 days ago  
Besides the Yautja holding that xenomorph queen down there, what else?
 
4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
I tell you what... I believe it's possible that an antarctic site could be isolated enough that anything that survived a meteor trip from ejection at its origin, through space, and finally through impact on Earth might just be frozen down there and waiting to be discovered.

Unlikely as all hell, and even less likely we'd find it, but possible.
 
4 days ago  
Better check to see if they have appendices or not.
 
4 days ago  
same location on google earth. looks completely different


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4 days ago  

Unsung_Hero: I tell you what... I believe it's possible that an antarctic site could be isolated enough that anything that survived a meteor trip from ejection at its origin, through space, and finally through impact on Earth might just be frozen down there and waiting to be discovered.

Unlikely as all hell, and even less likely we'd find it, but possible.


Yeah, I'm not one of those arrogant humans who think that we're the only intelligent life in the universe. Nor am I one of those arrogant humans who assumes that civilization has to proceed exactly as OURS did.

But this, like usual, is just someone making a lot of assumptions and claiming them as hard, cold fact. If we're going to find an old alien spacecraft or facility, either the Amazon jungle or Antarctica make sense, but this doesn't look "mysterious" to me, we have research facilities there, and a whole bunch of nothing else. It's probably just that. And how does he know it's "Scientists and the military" making these excavations? Do we see uniforms in the Google Earth image?
 
4 days ago  

dothemath: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 470x695]
On an unrelated note, Dave Beckhams kid looks like a mongoloid.


Given how fark is so thoroughly PC I can see you getting banned; at the very least your post should be censored.  At least given how they rule all the other times.  In any event, you owe the Mongolians an apology.
 
4 days ago  
Worse, it ancient alien nazis in hidden antarctic bases using cloned cybernetic enhanced humans as test pilots for their space laser program based on the Giza plateau.
 
4 days ago  

Mikey1969: . If we're going to find an old alien spacecraft or facility, either the Amazon jungle or Antarctica make sense, but this doesn't look "mysterious" to me, we have research facilities there, and a whole bunch of nothing else. It's probably just that.


I don't believe the odds of an alien visit of that nature are sufficiently high to entertain the possibility.  Any aliens that went to the effort to get to Earth in the past would have spent hundreds or thousands of years in space on the trip here, and if all they wanted were resources they could get them from the Oort cloud without dipping into the Sun's gravity well.

The only reason to come in person across that distance would be to colonize, in which case we wouldn't be here and there would be an interesting break in the evolutionary record for any alien-descendants who had forgotten their origins.  AND evidence of technology in the geological record.

If I'm going to take a long-odds bet on alien visitors, it'd be on a tiny microbe in a rock stuck in Antarctic ice.
 
4 days ago  

Mikey1969: Unsung_Hero: I tell you what... I believe it's possible that an antarctic site could be isolated enough that anything that survived a meteor trip from ejection at its origin, through space, and finally through impact on Earth might just be frozen down there and waiting to be discovered.

Unlikely as all hell, and even less likely we'd find it, but possible.

Yeah, I'm not one of those arrogant humans who think that we're the only intelligent life in the universe. Nor am I one of those arrogant humans who assumes that civilization has to proceed exactly as OURS did.

But this, like usual, is just someone making a lot of assumptions and claiming them as hard, cold fact. If we're going to find an old alien spacecraft or facility, either the Amazon jungle or Antarctica make sense, but this doesn't look "mysterious" to me, we have research facilities there, and a whole bunch of nothing else. It's probably just that. And how does he know it's "Scientists and the military" making these excavations? Do we see uniforms in the Google Earth image?


The ones who aren't in uniforms are the scientists, of course.  Do I have to do all the thinking around here?

/For some version of "thinking" anyway.
 
4 days ago  

dothemath: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 470x695]

On an unrelated note, Dave Beckhams kid looks like a mongoloid.

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4 days ago  

OkieDookie: Worse, it ancient alien nazis in hidden antarctic bases using cloned cybernetic enhanced humans as test pilots for their space laser program based on the Giza plateau.


Excuse me, but don't you think the Jews would use their space laser to destroy any Nazi space laser project before it could get off the ground?

/Study it out.
 
4 days ago  

jimpapa: same location on google earth. looks completely different


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It's Godzilla's spine!
 
4 days ago  
Stupid conspiracy theory bullcrap.
Everyone knows it's Nazi flying saucers' entrance to the Hollow Earth
 
4 days ago  

Unsung_Hero: Mikey1969: . If we're going to find an old alien spacecraft or facility, either the Amazon jungle or Antarctica make sense, but this doesn't look "mysterious" to me, we have research facilities there, and a whole bunch of nothing else. It's probably just that.

I don't believe the odds of an alien visit of that nature are sufficiently high to entertain the possibility.  Any aliens that went to the effort to get to Earth in the past would have spent hundreds or thousands of years in space on the trip here, and if all they wanted were resources they could get them from the Oort cloud without dipping into the Sun's gravity well.

The only reason to come in person across that distance would be to colonize, in which case we wouldn't be here and there would be an interesting break in the evolutionary record for any alien-descendants who had forgotten their origins.  AND evidence of technology in the geological record.

If I'm going to take a long-odds bet on alien visitors, it'd be on a tiny microbe in a rock stuck in Antarctic ice.


Once again, you're looking at this from the wrong perspective. For the exact same reason we study remote tribal villages, I can see alien races studying remote planets. They don't need "resources" or a "place to colonize", they're studying another civilization, just like we do here. It's not a stretch. And you're also only basing this on OUR understanding of interstellar travel. We constantly find things that break the laws of physics as we know them, which means that we need to re-evaluate what we THINK we know about the laws of physics.

There is a lot we don't know, and basing our ideas on whether or not another race can travel interstellar distances is, once again, arrogant. We aren't necessarily the pinnacle of evolution, and we also shouldn't assume that we are the gold standard for scientific discovery.
 
4 days ago  
More disinformation.

Everybody knows that the combined military forces that signed the Antarctic Treaty are guarding the ice wall at the edge of the Flat Earth.  This is why NOBODY can travel down to Antarctica where you will be shot on sight.  There are also pyramids built by Jewish scientists working in cahoots with the interior denizens of the hollow Earth.  There is a huge entrance down there.
 
4 days ago  

WhiskeySticks: [Fark user image 615x346]

I see a penis drawn on a partial stick man


I see a runway and a round-trip sled trail between it and some kind of intermediate area that maybe used to have a wooden structure, then a long half-buried Quonset hut.  And maybe a buried vehicle.

Which can't be correct, because any runway would have been erased by nature long before people let a vehicle and their primary survival structure get buried.  On the other hand, that runway is long and straight which would be really unusual for a natural feature.

So what the hell is this a picture of?
 
4 days ago  
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4 days ago  

I May Be Crazy But...: Mikey1969: Unsung_Hero: I tell you what... I believe it's possible that an antarctic site could be isolated enough that anything that survived a meteor trip from ejection at its origin, through space, and finally through impact on Earth might just be frozen down there and waiting to be discovered.

Unlikely as all hell, and even less likely we'd find it, but possible.

Yeah, I'm not one of those arrogant humans who think that we're the only intelligent life in the universe. Nor am I one of those arrogant humans who assumes that civilization has to proceed exactly as OURS did.

But this, like usual, is just someone making a lot of assumptions and claiming them as hard, cold fact. If we're going to find an old alien spacecraft or facility, either the Amazon jungle or Antarctica make sense, but this doesn't look "mysterious" to me, we have research facilities there, and a whole bunch of nothing else. It's probably just that. And how does he know it's "Scientists and the military" making these excavations? Do we see uniforms in the Google Earth image?

The ones who aren't in uniforms are the scientists, of course.  Do I have to do all the thinking around here?

/For some version of "thinking" anyway.


That's farking awesome! You got me!
 
4 days ago  

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"In the snow" being the operative part here. Everything has drifted and melted to make a face that he may never see again. Or, it may show up regularly (We have a cool heart that shows up on the mountains here when the snow starts to melt, every year), but I would think that Jesus would want his message to be displayed 24/7, or it makes no sense.

Well, even less sense, that is. Antarctica seems like an odd place for Jesus to send a message to the world from.
 
4 days ago  

Mikey1969: Once again, you're looking at this from the wrong perspective. For the exact same reason we study remote tribal villages, I can see alien races studying remote planets.


I think you're VASTLY underestimating the difficulty of crossing interstellar space.  Nobody's going to go to the effort of hundreds of years of space travel (which is insanely dangerous, difficult, and time consuming) to study life on Earth in person.  An automated probe, maybe, but you wouldn't see signs of recent human-like activity like what appears to be a maintained airstrip with a path between it and nearby structures.

And a remote probe would be unlikely to be able to do much useful data gathering to report home without it being discovered by humanity.
 
4 days ago  
Nobody ever discovers the face of Jane Wyman in anything. That makes me suspicious. What have aliens done with Jane Wyman?
 
4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
There are actual thousands of civilizations beyond the great ice wall.
 
4 days ago  

yakmans_dad: Nobody ever discovers the face of Jane Wyman in anything. That makes me suspicious. What have aliens done with Jane Wyman?


Jane Wyman? You old. Me,too.
 
4 days ago  
Yes one of the biggest discoveries in the history of mankind will be revealed some some douchebag on Google earth
 
4 days ago  

Unsung_Hero: Mikey1969: . If we're going to find an old alien spacecraft or facility, either the Amazon jungle or Antarctica make sense, but this doesn't look "mysterious" to me, we have research facilities there, and a whole bunch of nothing else. It's probably just that.

I don't believe the odds of an alien visit of that nature are sufficiently high to entertain the possibility.  Any aliens that went to the effort to get to Earth in the past would have spent hundreds or thousands of years in space on the trip here, and if all they wanted were resources they could get them from the Oort cloud without dipping into the Sun's gravity well.

The only reason to come in person across that distance would be to colonize, in which case we wouldn't be here and there would be an interesting break in the evolutionary record for any alien-descendants who had forgotten their origins.  AND evidence of technology in the geological record.

If I'm going to take a long-odds bet on alien visitors, it'd be on a tiny microbe in a rock stuck in Antarctic ice.


My real guess would be aquatic. 3/4 of this planet is water covered, and it's absolutely loaded with resources (mineral, petroleum, geothermal, biomass, etc, etc). And compared to the land, it's basically unwatched by the local species.
 
4 days ago  

Schmerd1948: yakmans_dad: Nobody ever discovers the face of Jane Wyman in anything. That makes me suspicious. What have aliens done with Jane Wyman?

Jane Wyman? You old. Me,too.


Right. That's my point. In all that time: nobody has ever found the face of Jane Wyman in anything. Reason it out. That didn't happen by accident.
 
4 days ago  

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Meanwhile, at the Norwegian base ...
 
4 days ago  

Private_Citizen: My real guess would be aquatic. 3/4 of this planet is water covered, and it's absolutely loaded with resources (mineral, petroleum, geothermal, biomass, etc, etc). And compared to the land, it's basically unwatched by the local species.


I think anything that landed in water would be eaten by established life as soon as it escaped whatever rock it arrived in, and we'd never find a trace of it.  Unless you're talking a "The Kraken Wakes"-style alien invasion scenario.
 
4 days ago  
I was messing around on PornHub and I found a loving family.

Where's my Daily Star article?
 
4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
I just want to know if there are any aliens called Zarjaz and if that's a common name in the ET community.
 
4 days ago  

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You put your right tentacle in
You take your right tentacle out
 
4 days ago  

Unsung_Hero: Private_Citizen: My real guess would be aquatic. 3/4 of this planet is water covered, and it's absolutely loaded with resources (mineral, petroleum, geothermal, biomass, etc, etc). And compared to the land, it's basically unwatched by the local species.

I think anything that landed in water would be eaten by established life as soon as it escaped whatever rock it arrived in, and we'd never find a trace of it.  Unless you're talking a "The Kraken Wakes"-style alien invasion scenario.


I think if the crossed the vastness of space, they leave where they Want to land. So, a species that lands in our ocean is likely aquatic to begin with, and well equipped for our oceans. Such a species might have sought out our planet, as it's mostly a water world.
 
4 days ago  

Mikey1969: jimpapa: same location on google earth. looks completely different


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It's Godzilla's spine!


Scientists have Godzilla's back
 
4 days ago  

Unsung_Hero: Private_Citizen: My real guess would be aquatic. 3/4 of this planet is water covered, and it's absolutely loaded with resources (mineral, petroleum, geothermal, biomass, etc, etc). And compared to the land, it's basically unwatched by the local species.

I think anything that landed in water would be eaten by established life as soon as it escaped whatever rock it arrived in, and we'd never find a trace of it.  Unless you're talking a "The Kraken Wakes"-style alien invasion scenario.


It occurs to me you might be discussing panspermia. In that case, you might want to take a close look at octopuses.
 
4 days ago  

Unsung_Hero: Mikey1969: Once again, you're looking at this from the wrong perspective. For the exact same reason we study remote tribal villages, I can see alien races studying remote planets.

I think you're VASTLY underestimating the difficulty of crossing interstellar space.  Nobody's going to go to the effort of hundreds of years of space travel (which is insanely dangerous, difficult, and time consuming) to study life on Earth in person.  An automated probe, maybe, but you wouldn't see signs of recent human-like activity like what appears to be a maintained airstrip with a path between it and nearby structures.

And a remote probe would be unlikely to be able to do much useful data gathering to report home without it being discovered by humanity.


Difficulty? All you have to do is modify the tachyon pulse generator to emit negative-charged particles and route them through the forward array. This creates a...you know what? If I have to explain such a simple concept, maybe it is too difficult for you
 
4 days ago  

Private_Citizen: It occurs to me you might be discussing panspermia. In that case, you might want to take a close look at octopuses.


If you're bringing up octopuses as a potential subset of panspermia, you're just incredibly ignorant of evolution and biology in addition to the physics limiting space travel.

I just thought you'd like to know why I'm not going to continue discussing this with you.  You have a LOT of reading to do before you could talk about this intelligently, and by the time you've done that reading, you will no longer want to talk about it seriously.
 
4 days ago  
No.
 
4 days ago  

Porkbelly: dothemath: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 470x695]
On an unrelated note, Dave Beckhams kid looks like a mongoloid.

Given how fark is so thoroughly PC I can see you getting banned; at the very least your post should be censored.  At least given how they rule all the other times.  In any event, you owe the Mongolians an apology.


Ok fine, he does not look like a mongoloid.

He looks like a 35 year old pool cleaner who makes his own vape juice.
 
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