Thursday, November 29, 2007

What Is That Thing?

With Google Earth, in the middle of Greenland, if it isn't some glitch in the technology, it appears to be some enormous object being uncovered from beneath the ice. The YouTube uploader below has a little trouble situating his commas to denote size but the object he points out is gargantuan.
I downloaded Google Earth to see it and yes, it's there.

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Blogger spooked said...

Cool! Is it that beacon thing from "2001:Space Odyssey?"

30/11/07 7:21 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

Jeez, considering our state of affairs one would hope we'd gain some intelligence.
It's apparent size is about 100 miles by 12 miles. I'd think it was a satellite overlay glitch, except it looks like it's half buried in the ice.

30/11/07 6:12 PM  
Blogger tkn said...

great video.

interesting, veeery interesting.

1/12/07 12:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The YouTube uploader below has a little trouble situating his commas to denote size but the object he points out is gargantuan."

Many Europeans use a comma instead of a period to denote decimals. "79,83 kilometers" in this case would mean "79.83 kilometers" to an American.

So this thing covers a total area similar to that of a major city!

4/12/07 10:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know if it's a glitch. It's throwing a shadow and, unless I miss my guess, those orange things are flames.

But then, I'm not an expert in analyzing aerial photos. I'm just a regular guy who's looking gog-eyed at this thing.

4/12/07 10:33 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

What gets me, anon, is that if it is an imaging error, it hasn't been taken down for a week.

6/12/07 10:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's either a section of one hell of an old oil & gas "pipeline of the gods" left over from the Atlantean era, or it's a downed Sun Cruiser.

If it's a downed Sun Cruiser, I'd like to see what shot it down. Those suckers are TOUGH.

Then again, maybe it was "Cruiser jacked" and got taken down by its own guys.

7/12/07 8:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Of course, there is the possibility that it suffered some sort of catastrophic malfunction, but I doubt it.

Something to note is the color. Either that thing is made of pig iron and it's all rusted, or the hull is made of titanium.

I vote titanium, given the context....

Further still, note the similarity of the "pinched tip" to the same feature on the last Phobos II image showing the friendly Sun Cruiser that delivered the fatal plasma bolt to that Russian probe. Also note the approaching plasma bolt and the bright, sun-like center in the last Phobos II image. Yet further, compare that to the two plasma bolts that took down the two Soviet MiG-17 Floggers in a Russian wing camera film taken in 1968, now available on a popular UFO video....

Kinda reminds me of "photon torpedoes".... :-)

Anybody up for "a little foray" to Greenland? :-))

Bring your skis!!!! X-))))

7/12/07 8:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One last note for today---

Three guesses what the Soviet MiGs were chasing when they got shot down:

You guessed it---a Sun Cruiser just like the one shown above, except nowhere near that big. (They come in all sizes, apparently.)

The two leading MiGs (the flight leader and his wingman) locked missles on the Sun Cruiser, and then---WHAM! Bye-bye Ruskies!

The wing camera of the second wingman caught close-up views of the destruction of the two lead MiGs. Nothing left but fireballs.

The Sun Cruiser was ahead of the MiGs, yet the alien weapons came from the left, and caught both planes right in the mid-engine area.

Scary awesome...the MiG pilots apparently never even knew the things were coming...FAST, too.

Imagine the weapons aboard the vessel shown above...

...Unless, of course, the picture is totally out of scale, and that's just a stupid cigarette butt left there by a passing skier.... ;-)

Anybody recognize the brand???

7/12/07 8:53 AM  

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