Pyramids Of Antarctica; A Certain Possibility
Are there really Pyramids at Antarctica?
ts been quite a while since the discovery of “Pyramids” on Antarctica. News about these mysterious structures has caused mayor interest among researchers and ufologists, countless theories have emerged proposed different explanation what these “structures” are. The proposed theories range from alien constructions, secret military bases to ancient civilizations with advanced technology, while others believe that these pyramids are just natural formations and nothing more. Regrettably this information has yet to be confirmed or denied as no official sources have bothered to look into the matter, apparently.
The discovery of these pyramids has caused speculation regarding what Antarctica was like in the distant past, some suggest, it wasnt always as cold as it is today. Scientific research seems to prove that theory. In 2009 scientist doing research and collecting samples, cam across pollen particles in antarctica suggesting that the ecosystem of Antarctica was very different in the past, suggesting that the summer temperature reached around 20 degrees celsius at one point. In 2012, another team of researchers identified 32 species of bacteria and a 2,800 year old halophile microbes in water samples from Lake Vida in East Antarctica. The permanent surface ice on the lake is the thickest non-glacial ice on earth.
Would modern-day researchers and archaeologists accept and aknowledge these findings? Well, probably not, as they would go against everything they know and believe, but then again, this isn’t a debate of beliefs, it’s a question of finding out the truth about countless ancient civilizations scattered across the globe, many of which still remain hidden.
What do you believe? Is there a possibility that there are actual structures beneath the thick layers of Ice at antarctica? Is there a possibility that ancient civilization might have developed there thousands of years ago, when Antarctica had an entirely different climate? Let us know what you think.
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