Ice wall guards

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Ice wall guards
« on: December 06, 2011, 05:36:29 PM »
What lies beyond the Ice wall ? How does one go past the Ice wall guards?

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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2011, 05:47:33 PM »
The edge lies beyond the inhospitable terrain of what is known as antartica.  Hundreds of miles would have to be breached before one reaches the edge.  The only ones believed to have been there by myself and other prominent FE conspiracy theorists is the WSC, and Adolf Hitler.

There have been a few uneducated thoughts suggesting ice wall gaurds but there are no ice wall gaurds.  Some have thought this, and Crustinator seems  to think its gaurded by robotic penguins, but there is no reason for it to be gaurded.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2011, 05:49:39 PM »
So then where did the many people who have been to the south pole actually go  ?
and how did they plant flags in the same place?
« Last Edit: December 06, 2011, 05:53:45 PM by roundorflat »

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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2011, 06:01:42 PM »
So then where did the many people who have been to the south pole actually go  ?
and how did they plant flags in the same place?

Everyone basically takes the same route, with small variations. It'd be simple enough for NASA to manipulate it.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2011, 06:13:14 PM »
So then where did the many people who have been to the south pole actually go  ?
and how did they plant flags in the same place?

They went to the ice wall.  The coast of what many call antartica is the ice wall.  As sections of the coast do not always appear as being wall like, it is attributed of course to nature. 
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2011, 07:08:46 PM »
Once a group of men went out and searched for the end of the earth and what they found was horrifying. They looked out, into the vast emptiness of it all, and were driven mad. These men, these reavers, are now what guards the gates of the icy hell now known as the ice wall.

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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #6 on: December 06, 2011, 07:12:10 PM »
These men, these reavers,

Sounds like someone has watched too much FireFly.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #7 on: December 06, 2011, 07:21:35 PM »
These men, these reavers,

Sounds like someone has watched too much FireFly.

Firefly was someone trying to tell us something important. That is why it was such a great show but was cancelled. Its a conspiracy!

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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #8 on: December 06, 2011, 07:25:14 PM »
These men, these reavers,

Sounds like someone has watched too much FireFly.

Firefly was someone trying to tell us something important. That is why it was such a great show but was cancelled. Its a conspiracy!

Yeah but it got a movie after just one season.  It wasnt until the movie that you got to actually see a reaver.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #9 on: December 06, 2011, 07:28:29 PM »
These men, these reavers,

Sounds like someone has watched too much FireFly.

Firefly was someone trying to tell us something important. That is why it was such a great show but was cancelled. Its a conspiracy!

Yeah but it got a movie after just one season.  It wasnt until the movie that you got to actually see a reaver.

Then perhaps it is a reference that it is only a matter of time when you must journey out to find what is hidden behind the wall. Also in Bushwhacked you got to "see" a reaver. It was a guy crazed by reavers but still, that is the general way they look.

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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #10 on: December 06, 2011, 07:47:50 PM »
These men, these reavers,

Sounds like someone has watched too much FireFly.

Firefly was someone trying to tell us something important. That is why it was such a great show but was cancelled. Its a conspiracy!

Yeah but it got a movie after just one season.  It wasnt until the movie that you got to actually see a reaver.

Then perhaps it is a reference that it is only a matter of time when you must journey out to find what is hidden behind the wall. Also in Bushwhacked you got to "see" a reaver. It was a guy crazed by reavers but still, that is the general way they look.

You clearly own the season on dvd.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #11 on: December 06, 2011, 07:52:13 PM »
The edge lies beyond the inhospitable terrain of what is known as antartica.  Hundreds of miles would have to be breached before one reaches the edge.  The only ones believed to have been there by myself and other prominent FE conspiracy theorists is the WSC, and Adolf Hitler.

There have been a few uneducated thoughts suggesting ice wall gaurds but there are no ice wall gaurds.  Some have thought this, and Crustinator seems  to think its gaurded by robotic penguins, but there is no reason for it to be gaurded.

Lol, what evidence do you have that Adolf Hitler ever went to the South pole?
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #12 on: December 06, 2011, 08:08:34 PM »
These men, these reavers,

Sounds like someone has watched too much FireFly.

Firefly was someone trying to tell us something important. That is why it was such a great show but was cancelled. Its a conspiracy!

Yeah but it got a movie after just one season.  It wasnt until the movie that you got to actually see a reaver.

Then perhaps it is a reference that it is only a matter of time when you must journey out to find what is hidden behind the wall. Also in Bushwhacked you got to "see" a reaver. It was a guy crazed by reavers but still, that is the general way they look.

You clearly own the season on dvd.

No, I watched it on netflix. They have all of the episodes available for streaming. Don't hate.

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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #13 on: December 06, 2011, 08:29:54 PM »
The edge lies beyond the inhospitable terrain of what is known as antartica.  Hundreds of miles would have to be breached before one reaches the edge.  The only ones believed to have been there by myself and other prominent FE conspiracy theorists is the WSC, and Adolf Hitler.

There have been a few uneducated thoughts suggesting ice wall gaurds but there are no ice wall gaurds.  Some have thought this, and Crustinator seems  to think its gaurded by robotic penguins, but there is no reason for it to be gaurded.

Lol, what evidence do you have that Adolf Hitler ever went to the South pole?

The Nazis had ties to Argentina, and Juan Peron, the dictator of Argentina at the time was working  with them.  Juan Peron was another WW2 era dictator although had much less of a world wide role, he did assist and aid the Nazis though. (FUN FACT-Juans  first wife Isabel Peron went on to become the first woman to become a head of state in the western hemisphere, 1976)  It was from a Nazi Naval base established at Cape Horn which allowed for transfer of the construction materials which were used to construct the base in antartica.  Adolf Hitler was a man obsessed with the ocult, there is much speculation of how far this obsession went and how he implemented the ocultist teachings into his everyday life.  The nazis constructed the base in a mere 16 months, a feat equal to the U.S  construction of the pentagon, which took about the same time.   It was from this base that Hitler and the nazis first tested their advanced flying craft, the foo fighters.  I  will not include the theories on where and how the ideas for these craft came from, as some of them get a little crazy and are based on mere speculation and second hand accounting.  The craft were never actually used  in combat it is said, as the initial constructs met with an accident involving a test flight at night in which the craft never returned from.  Adolf Hitler, at the suggestion of  german rocket scientists (whom later defected and helped launch the U.S space program) suspected the craft met with navigation problems due to going to close to the edge of the earth.  They also disappeared from  nazi tracking devices. From there, Hitler is said to have  began believing the notion of a flat earth, however met with death shortly after.  The war ended and NASA's foundation was laid with the help of the same german rocket scientists which formally worked for Hitler and the Nazis.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #14 on: December 06, 2011, 08:43:21 PM »
The edge lies beyond the inhospitable terrain of what is known as antartica.  Hundreds of miles would have to be breached before one reaches the edge.  The only ones believed to have been there by myself and other prominent FE conspiracy theorists is the WSC, and Adolf Hitler.

There have been a few uneducated thoughts suggesting ice wall gaurds but there are no ice wall gaurds.  Some have thought this, and Crustinator seems  to think its gaurded by robotic penguins, but there is no reason for it to be gaurded.

Lol, what evidence do you have that Adolf Hitler ever went to the South pole?

The Nazis had ties to Argentina, and Juan Peron, the dictator of Argentina at the time was working  with them.  Juan Peron was another WW2 era dictator although had much less of a world wide role, he did assist and aid the Nazis though. (FUN FACT-Juans  first wife Isabel Peron went on to become the first woman to become a head of state in the western hemisphere, 1976)  It was from a Nazi Naval base established at Cape Horn which allowed for transfer of the construction materials which were used to construct the base in antartica.  Adolf Hitler was a man obsessed with the ocult, there is much speculation of how far this obsession went and how he implemented the ocultist teachings into his everyday life.  The nazis constructed the base in a mere 16 months, a feat equal to the U.S  construction of the pentagon, which took about the same time.   It was from this base that Hitler and the nazis first tested their advanced flying craft, the foo fighters.  I  will not include the theories on where and how the ideas for these craft came from, as some of them get a little crazy and are based on mere speculation and second hand accounting.  The craft were never actually used  in combat it is said, as the initial constructs met with an accident involving a test flight at night in which the craft never returned from.  Adolf Hitler, at the suggestion of  german rocket scientists (whom later defected and helped launch the U.S space program) suspected the craft met with navigation problems due to going to close to the edge of the earth.  They also disappeared from  nazi tracking devices. From there, Hitler is said to have  began believing the notion of a flat earth, however met with death shortly after.  The war ended and NASA's foundation was laid with the help of the same german rocket scientists which formally worked for Hitler and the Nazis.

Lol, is the only appropriate response to this...

So, the only "evidence" you have is that Nazi Germany was friends with Argentina. From that you conclude that Hitler must have constructed an antarctic base?

Come back when you have real evidence, not just what you dreamt up in prison.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #15 on: December 06, 2011, 09:00:23 PM »
The edge lies beyond the inhospitable terrain of what is known as antartica.  Hundreds of miles would have to be breached before one reaches the edge.  The only ones believed to have been there by myself and other prominent FE conspiracy theorists is the WSC, and Adolf Hitler.

There have been a few uneducated thoughts suggesting ice wall gaurds but there are no ice wall gaurds.  Some have thought this, and Crustinator seems  to think its gaurded by robotic penguins, but there is no reason for it to be gaurded.

Lol, what evidence do you have that Adolf Hitler ever went to the South pole?

The Nazis had ties to Argentina, and Juan Peron, the dictator of Argentina at the time was working  with them.  Juan Peron was another WW2 era dictator although had much less of a world wide role, he did assist and aid the Nazis though. (FUN FACT-Juans  first wife Isabel Peron went on to become the first woman to become a head of state in the western hemisphere, 1976)  It was from a Nazi Naval base established at Cape Horn which allowed for transfer of the construction materials which were used to construct the base in antartica.  Adolf Hitler was a man obsessed with the ocult, there is much speculation of how far this obsession went and how he implemented the ocultist teachings into his everyday life.  The nazis constructed the base in a mere 16 months, a feat equal to the U.S  construction of the pentagon, which took about the same time.   It was from this base that Hitler and the nazis first tested their advanced flying craft, the foo fighters.  I  will not include the theories on where and how the ideas for these craft came from, as some of them get a little crazy and are based on mere speculation and second hand accounting.  The craft were never actually used  in combat it is said, as the initial constructs met with an accident involving a test flight at night in which the craft never returned from.  Adolf Hitler, at the suggestion of  german rocket scientists (whom later defected and helped launch the U.S space program) suspected the craft met with navigation problems due to going to close to the edge of the earth.  They also disappeared from  nazi tracking devices. From there, Hitler is said to have  began believing the notion of a flat earth, however met with death shortly after.  The war ended and NASA's foundation was laid with the help of the same german rocket scientists which formally worked for Hitler and the Nazis.

Lol, is the only appropriate response to this...

So, the only "evidence" you have is that Nazi Germany was friends with Argentina. From that you conclude that Hitler must have constructed an antarctic base?

Come back when you have real evidence, not just what you dreamt up in prison.

The evidence I have is that everything I have posted (save for the Nazi naval base at Cape Horn) is already well documented.  As is all of my historical accounting.  The only  thing I may have gotten wrong is that Isabel Peron may not have been Juans actual first wife.  Im fairly certain, but I may be slightly off on this trivial tib bit of information.  A few google key word searches will show you the plethora of available information on what I have  just posted.  I did my very best to steer clear of the  conspiracy stuff involving aliens and everything else.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #16 on: December 06, 2011, 09:28:52 PM »
The edge lies beyond the inhospitable terrain of what is known as antartica.  Hundreds of miles would have to be breached before one reaches the edge.  The only ones believed to have been there by myself and other prominent FE conspiracy theorists is the WSC, and Adolf Hitler.

There have been a few uneducated thoughts suggesting ice wall gaurds but there are no ice wall gaurds.  Some have thought this, and Crustinator seems  to think its gaurded by robotic penguins, but there is no reason for it to be gaurded.

Lol, what evidence do you have that Adolf Hitler ever went to the South pole?

The Nazis had ties to Argentina, and Juan Peron, the dictator of Argentina at the time was working  with them.  Juan Peron was another WW2 era dictator although had much less of a world wide role, he did assist and aid the Nazis though. (FUN FACT-Juans  first wife Isabel Peron went on to become the first woman to become a head of state in the western hemisphere, 1976)  It was from a Nazi Naval base established at Cape Horn which allowed for transfer of the construction materials which were used to construct the base in antartica.  Adolf Hitler was a man obsessed with the ocult, there is much speculation of how far this obsession went and how he implemented the ocultist teachings into his everyday life.  The nazis constructed the base in a mere 16 months, a feat equal to the U.S  construction of the pentagon, which took about the same time.   It was from this base that Hitler and the nazis first tested their advanced flying craft, the foo fighters.  I  will not include the theories on where and how the ideas for these craft came from, as some of them get a little crazy and are based on mere speculation and second hand accounting.  The craft were never actually used  in combat it is said, as the initial constructs met with an accident involving a test flight at night in which the craft never returned from.  Adolf Hitler, at the suggestion of  german rocket scientists (whom later defected and helped launch the U.S space program) suspected the craft met with navigation problems due to going to close to the edge of the earth.  They also disappeared from  nazi tracking devices. From there, Hitler is said to have  began believing the notion of a flat earth, however met with death shortly after.  The war ended and NASA's foundation was laid with the help of the same german rocket scientists which formally worked for Hitler and the Nazis.

Lol, is the only appropriate response to this...

So, the only "evidence" you have is that Nazi Germany was friends with Argentina. From that you conclude that Hitler must have constructed an antarctic base?

Come back when you have real evidence, not just what you dreamt up in prison.

The evidence I have is that everything I have posted (save for the Nazi naval base at Cape Horn) is already well documented. 

I asked for evidence of the Nazis having an antarctic base. It is not well documented, in fact, its not documented at all.

Once again, do you have any factual evidence?
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #17 on: December 06, 2011, 09:30:30 PM »
The edge lies beyond the inhospitable terrain of what is known as antartica.  Hundreds of miles would have to be breached before one reaches the edge.  The only ones believed to have been there by myself and other prominent FE conspiracy theorists is the WSC, and Adolf Hitler.

There have been a few uneducated thoughts suggesting ice wall gaurds but there are no ice wall gaurds.  Some have thought this, and Crustinator seems  to think its gaurded by robotic penguins, but there is no reason for it to be gaurded.

Lol, what evidence do you have that Adolf Hitler ever went to the South pole?

The Nazis had ties to Argentina, and Juan Peron, the dictator of Argentina at the time was working  with them.  Juan Peron was another WW2 era dictator although had much less of a world wide role, he did assist and aid the Nazis though. (FUN FACT-Juans  first wife Isabel Peron went on to become the first woman to become a head of state in the western hemisphere, 1976)  It was from a Nazi Naval base established at Cape Horn which allowed for transfer of the construction materials which were used to construct the base in antartica.  Adolf Hitler was a man obsessed with the ocult, there is much speculation of how far this obsession went and how he implemented the ocultist teachings into his everyday life.  The nazis constructed the base in a mere 16 months, a feat equal to the U.S  construction of the pentagon, which took about the same time.   It was from this base that Hitler and the nazis first tested their advanced flying craft, the foo fighters.  I  will not include the theories on where and how the ideas for these craft came from, as some of them get a little crazy and are based on mere speculation and second hand accounting.  The craft were never actually used  in combat it is said, as the initial constructs met with an accident involving a test flight at night in which the craft never returned from.  Adolf Hitler, at the suggestion of  german rocket scientists (whom later defected and helped launch the U.S space program) suspected the craft met with navigation problems due to going to close to the edge of the earth.  They also disappeared from  nazi tracking devices. From there, Hitler is said to have  began believing the notion of a flat earth, however met with death shortly after.  The war ended and NASA's foundation was laid with the help of the same german rocket scientists which formally worked for Hitler and the Nazis.

Lol, is the only appropriate response to this...

So, the only "evidence" you have is that Nazi Germany was friends with Argentina. From that you conclude that Hitler must have constructed an antarctic base?

Come back when you have real evidence, not just what you dreamt up in prison.

The evidence I have is that everything I have posted (save for the Nazi naval base at Cape Horn) is already well documented. 

I asked for evidence of the Nazis having an antarctic base. It is not well documented, in fact, its not documented at all.

Once again, do you have any factual evidence?

Google Nazi base at antartica.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #18 on: December 06, 2011, 09:36:44 PM »
The edge lies beyond the inhospitable terrain of what is known as antartica.  Hundreds of miles would have to be breached before one reaches the edge.  The only ones believed to have been there by myself and other prominent FE conspiracy theorists is the WSC, and Adolf Hitler.

There have been a few uneducated thoughts suggesting ice wall gaurds but there are no ice wall gaurds.  Some have thought this, and Crustinator seems  to think its gaurded by robotic penguins, but there is no reason for it to be gaurded.

Lol, what evidence do you have that Adolf Hitler ever went to the South pole?

The Nazis had ties to Argentina, and Juan Peron, the dictator of Argentina at the time was working  with them.  Juan Peron was another WW2 era dictator although had much less of a world wide role, he did assist and aid the Nazis though. (FUN FACT-Juans  first wife Isabel Peron went on to become the first woman to become a head of state in the western hemisphere, 1976)  It was from a Nazi Naval base established at Cape Horn which allowed for transfer of the construction materials which were used to construct the base in antartica.  Adolf Hitler was a man obsessed with the ocult, there is much speculation of how far this obsession went and how he implemented the ocultist teachings into his everyday life.  The nazis constructed the base in a mere 16 months, a feat equal to the U.S  construction of the pentagon, which took about the same time.   It was from this base that Hitler and the nazis first tested their advanced flying craft, the foo fighters.  I  will not include the theories on where and how the ideas for these craft came from, as some of them get a little crazy and are based on mere speculation and second hand accounting.  The craft were never actually used  in combat it is said, as the initial constructs met with an accident involving a test flight at night in which the craft never returned from.  Adolf Hitler, at the suggestion of  german rocket scientists (whom later defected and helped launch the U.S space program) suspected the craft met with navigation problems due to going to close to the edge of the earth.  They also disappeared from  nazi tracking devices. From there, Hitler is said to have  began believing the notion of a flat earth, however met with death shortly after.  The war ended and NASA's foundation was laid with the help of the same german rocket scientists which formally worked for Hitler and the Nazis.

Lol, is the only appropriate response to this...

So, the only "evidence" you have is that Nazi Germany was friends with Argentina. From that you conclude that Hitler must have constructed an antarctic base?

Come back when you have real evidence, not just what you dreamt up in prison.

The evidence I have is that everything I have posted (save for the Nazi naval base at Cape Horn) is already well documented. 

I asked for evidence of the Nazis having an antarctic base. It is not well documented, in fact, its not documented at all.

Once again, do you have any factual evidence?

Google Nazi base at antartica.

I did, and the only evidence I could find was "its a conspiracy!!!"

I do not believe in baseless conspiracy theories, only those supported by factual evidence.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #19 on: December 06, 2011, 10:09:54 PM »
I view the time between your posts as entirely insufficient to carry out anything even of remote semblance to a thoughtful and unbiased search.  The base isnt the conspiracy, what the base looked like, how large it was and what excatly went on there is what deals in great speculation.  Had you done a thourough investigation I would not have to tell you this now.  Locations such as where the base was located were prime real estate during times  of war.  Just look at how the untited states was able to purchase Alaska from russia in 1867 for 7.2 billion.
It was wartime power politics.  Remote artic bases are nothing of a mystery and their inrinsic value to wartime endeavors is evident.  You can really only debate the naval base in Cape Horn which is pretty trivial as it was  only said to be a waystation for the transport of materials and supplies.  Then you could debate whether Hitler  believed the world was flat after his foo fighters never came back from their test flight.  This I will need to further  research and look into Hitlers  personal writings to get a more comprehensive outlook.  It is not entirely unrealistic for the time as U.S president FDR was also an FE advocate.  If by chance  you lose that inner sloth which is clearing retarding your efforts, perhaps we could debate the details.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #20 on: December 06, 2011, 10:19:26 PM »
I view the time between your posts as entirely insufficient to carry out anything even of remote semblance to a thoughtful and unbiased search.  The base isnt the conspiracy, what the base looked like, how large it was and what excatly went on there is what deals in great speculation.  Had you done a thourough investigation I would not have to tell you this now.  Locations such as where the base was located were prime real estate during times  of war.  Just look at how the untited states was able to purchase Alaska from russia in 1867 for 7.2 billion.
It was wartime power politics.  Remote artic bases are nothing of a mystery and their inrinsic value to wartime endeavors is evident.  You can really only debate the naval base in Cape Horn which is pretty trivial as it was  only said to be a waystation for the transport of materials and supplies.  Then you could debate whether Hitler  believed the world was flat after his foo fighters never came back from their test flight.  This I will need to further  research and look into Hitlers  personal writings to get a more comprehensive outlook.  It is not entirely unrealistic for the time as U.S president FDR was also an FE advocate.  If by chance  you lose that inner sloth which is clearing retarding your efforts, perhaps we could debate the details.

1) The short time it takes for me to reply has to do with my research skills being superior to most people's.

2) The base's existence is only explained by a conspiracy, as there is no evidence for it even being in the Antarctic, any details about such as its location and size are hence also explained by the conspiracy.

3) In your post you're really throwing out mixed signals on this. Are you talking about the arctic or the antarctic?
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #21 on: December 06, 2011, 10:59:40 PM »
I view the time between your posts as entirely insufficient to carry out anything even of remote semblance to a thoughtful and unbiased search.  The base isnt the conspiracy, what the base looked like, how large it was and what excatly went on there is what deals in great speculation.  Had you done a thourough investigation I would not have to tell you this now.  Locations such as where the base was located were prime real estate during times  of war.  Just look at how the untited states was able to purchase Alaska from russia in 1867 for 7.2 billion.
It was wartime power politics.  Remote artic bases are nothing of a mystery and their inrinsic value to wartime endeavors is evident.  You can really only debate the naval base in Cape Horn which is pretty trivial as it was  only said to be a waystation for the transport of materials and supplies.  Then you could debate whether Hitler  believed the world was flat after his foo fighters never came back from their test flight.  This I will need to further  research and look into Hitlers  personal writings to get a more comprehensive outlook.  It is not entirely unrealistic for the time as U.S president FDR was also an FE advocate.  If by chance  you lose that inner sloth which is clearing retarding your efforts, perhaps we could debate the details.

1) The short time it takes for me to reply has to do with my research skills being superior to most people's.

2) The base's existence is only explained by a conspiracy, as there is no evidence for it even being in the Antarctic, any details about such as its location and size are hence also explained by the conspiracy.

3) In your post you're really throwing out mixed signals on this. Are you talking about the arctic or the antarctic?

No, the short amount of time it takes you is simply a  reflection of your apathy.  This particular conspiracy is built upon a foundation of facts including expeditions, a great deal of transported resources to antartica by the germans, british intelligence and their seemingly relentless interest in Antartica.  And other accounts including  american discovery of a base in antartica and subsequent documented plans  to destroy it.  The conspiracy element comes in to play here when the talks about whether and how the base was actually  destroyed.  Arctic bases refer to remote and frigid areas in which bases have been established.  When dealing with something of such great significance, it likely follows that those with a vested interest may try to obfuscate the truth.  You no doubt understand  why this might be so given the grave implications of such a case as we are  discussing  now.  Look at how blindly americans used to trust their government.   Raising taxes was an infringement on freedom but  whatever they tell us aside from that goes.  Especially during  those times.  It was easy to produce obscurity, and they relied on this allegiance for quite some time.  Its more difficult now but all the same, it is not so relied upon as the establishment and its teachings are well entrenched.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #22 on: December 07, 2011, 12:23:19 AM »
I was told that Adolf Hitler was a firm believer in the "Hollow Earth" theory and that's why many of the Nazi's strategic calculations went awry. It's all very interesting. Hitler also apparently believed in the Holy Grail (not just in Indiana Jones), the city of Atlantis, various forms of magic and a whole list of other occult/esoteric subject matter. Spooky ...

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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #23 on: December 07, 2011, 07:17:40 AM »
I was told that Adolf Hitler was a firm believer in the "Hollow Earth" theory and that's why many of the Nazi's strategic calculations went awry. It's all very interesting. Hitler also apparently believed in the Holy Grail (not just in Indiana Jones), the city of Atlantis, various forms of magic and a whole list of other occult/esoteric subject matter. Spooky ...

Hitler was not an FE believer until the foo fighters never came back.  While there could have been several reasons for them never returning, Hitler was very hasty at the time while recieving speed injections and experiencing extreme paranoia.  After the german rocket scientists informed him of the possibility of an FE, he was mad with a need to know more.  Unfortunately for him, the war did not permit him to discover anything.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #24 on: December 07, 2011, 07:22:31 AM »
Yeah, right.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #25 on: December 07, 2011, 07:36:22 AM »
so now the continent of Antarctica is now the "new" ice wall.
i thought it was a wall 200 fett high surrounding a supposed  "edge"

this is truly amazing, the faqqers have admitted the FAQ is wrong.

Antarctica is not a great barrier holding back the oceans, and a vast part of its "edges" is not ice, its rock. Yes, vest glaciers and ice shelves surround some of Antarctica, especially in the winter, but many parts of it is shallow rocky shoreline.
even vast beaches
http://www.oceanfootage.com/video_clips/DH07_161 

There are also at least one permanent settlement on Antarctica,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McMurdo_Station

These hundreds of people have never witnessed a vast 200 foot ice wall?

Is there any true "Zetetism" in the FAQ?


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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #26 on: December 07, 2011, 07:51:49 AM »
so now the continent of Antarctica is now the "new" ice wall.
i thought it was a wall 200 fett high surrounding a supposed  "edge"

this is truly amazing, the faqqers have admitted the FAQ is wrong.

Antarctica is not a great barrier holding back the oceans, and a vast part of its "edges" is not ice, its rock. Yes, vest glaciers and ice shelves surround some of Antarctica, especially in the winter, but many parts of it is shallow rocky shoreline.
even vast beaches
http://www.oceanfootage.com/video_clips/DH07_161 

There are also at least one permanent settlement on Antarctica,
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McMurdo_Station

These hundreds of people have never witnessed a vast 200 foot ice wall?

Is there any true "Zetetism" in the FAQ?

Faqqers?  The ice 'wall' is formed by nature and subject to imperfections.  I see there is a problem with taking the word 'wall', much too literally.  I will from this day forth use the term 'ice barrier', so as not to confound the more curious members of these fora.  There is no need for 200ft ice barrier consistency, so long as the ice is above  sea level, as it would be, it will prevent the water from escaping.  This barrier was formed by nature and is not subject to the consitency of say, the wall surrounding China.  Or other protective barriers.  I hope this helps you in your understanding.  I know you like to show up and say things like,  ''there is no conspiracy'', and, ''there is no ice wall, look, theres a settlement.''  These  outrageous claims are simply irrational and should be investigated more before you subscribe to them with such devotion.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #27 on: December 07, 2011, 08:05:53 AM »
Yeah, right.

Is that what you consider an argument, ''yeah right''   If you have a reasonable point of contention please lay out your objections in an equally reasonable fashion.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #28 on: December 07, 2011, 09:20:34 AM »
Yeah, right.

Is that what you consider an argument, ''yeah right''   If you have a reasonable point of contention please lay out your objections in an equally reasonable fashion.

Just bring on your so-called evidence and let me laugh.
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Re: Ice wall guards
« Reply #29 on: December 07, 2011, 10:30:52 AM »
These  outrageous claims are simply irrational and should be investigated more before you subscribe to them with such devotion.

I couldn't agree more, FET is irrational and we need to look into it before we pledge our undying love to it.
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You, sir, can't comprehend the idea of bottoms.