April 24, 2018
Are these the entrance to the hollow earth? Or absolutely anything else? Who can say.
The thing about the earth is that nobody knows what shape it actually is.
Some people theorize that it’s a sphere. Sure.
Others believe it’s a pancake.
Some are convinced we’re dealing with a torus-shaped earth.
Looks delicious tbh.
But probably the most common theory is that the earth is a hollow ball, with entrances at the poles.
Normally, this is understood to mean that the inside portion of the earth is filled with both dinosaurs and Nazis.
However, there’s just one problem: we haven’t found the entrance to the hollow earth at the poles – until now.
Add this to the ever-growing list of things you have to worry about:
Somewhere in the Arctic sea ice, where the temperatures are typically below freezing on even the balmiest days, there is a random pattern of holes, and NASA — the rocket scientists who took us to the moon and want to take us to Mars — can’t figure out what they are.
Oh, I think they know – but they’re hiding this knowledge. Because if the people knew the Nazis were safe and sound inside the hollow earth, the people would be clamoring for their return.
And of course, those NASA kikes don’t want that.
Also, I guess there’s aliens and mammoths and four-armed men down there too. All sorts of cool shit. Jews don’t want us to have cool shit. Sigh.
NASA has spent the past decade flying over Earth’s Arctic and Antarctic regions in an attempt to understand the connections between the world’s climate systems, and to look at global warming’s effect on some of the coldest places on Earth.
Oh my God, they’re still going on with this global warming meme? And these are the best scientists our nation has to offer, working on our spaceships and stuff? Wew.
And I dared to hope this nonsense would sort itself out once Trump replaced the nigger in charge of NASA with a White man.
Uh? What’s this, they changed him again just yesterday? Maybe he got fired for shilling global warming? One can hope.
Wow, looking through this list of NASA administrators, they really need to bring back this guy:
I don’t know who he is or what he did, but we definitely need more men with eye patches in government.
I can tell you this guy didn’t believe in global warming nonsense – just from looking at his face.
The missions have a name straight out of a James Bond novel: Operation IceBridge.
It’s an intensive, six-month survey over two hemispheres that uses “the most sophisticated suite of innovative science instruments ever assembled,” including laser altimeters, plane-based lidar and NASA satellites.
And with all that, NASA’s official scientific explanation for the bizarre phenomenon is essentially:
“We saw these sorta-circular features only for a few minutes today,” IceBridge mission scientist John Sonntag, the man who snapped the photo, wrote from the field. “I don’t recall seeing this sort of thing elsewhere.”
Okay, so two things.
- The Washington Post is using cute emojis ( ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ) now? This is allowed in a “serious” publication? Cause if it is, I’ll start using them too. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
- I ain’t no geologist, but aren’t these holes just caused by underwater volcanic eruptions? The snow around the holes is both melted and blackened, so it seems pretty obvious that this was caused by some kind of hot gas full of carbon particles or something like that. ʅʕ•ᴥ•ʔʃ
But yeah, I dunno what NASA is doing studying holes in ice. \_(ʘ_ʘ)_/ . Don’t they have, like, important space stuff to be doing?
We need to be sending ships out to colonize Mars and stuff. I mean, do we really want Elon Musk to get credit for doing this?
Do we really want to be driving around Mars in Teslas?
No. ( ︶︿︶).