"All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed; Second, it is violently opposed; Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."
The view shown here is 90km (56 miles) from the location of the huge city shown at the beginning of this thread.
The image shows Dale Andersen and Chris McKay monitoring the atmospheric methane levels at Lake Untersee in Antarctica in December 2008. They found the methane level to be 1.733ppm.
Quote: "While conducting research in a remote region of Antarctica we monitored the local atmospheric levels of methane. Due to its remoteness, and the absence of any significant local sources, the Untersee Oasis region makes it a good location for obtaining a methane sample representative of the average value for the southern hemisphere."
Wikipedia: "Lake Untersee, also known as Lake Unter-See, is the largest surface freshwater lake in the interior of East Antarctica. It is approximately 6.5?km long and 2.5?km wide and permanently covered with ice with an average thickness of 3.0?m in summer. The lake is dammed by the Anuchin Glacier feeding the lake and has no outlet. Water is only lost through evaporation and ablation of the ice cover."
Please take note of the objects I have arrowed and look carefully to view the anthropological anomalies that can be seen sculpted into the rock surfaces.
I am sure the objects and anomalies have nothing to do with any of the expeditions to Antarctica but everything to do with the undiscovered idigenous population. If you observe carefully you will notice that some of the anthropological shapes are very life-like.The location of Lake Untersee is:
Lat: 71 20 54.23 S
Long: 13 26 26.02 E
Now what we need to do, is to find other photos of the same areas. Perhaps start with other websites showing out-of-the-way places, find a city or alien community and then "prove" it with Google Earth - rather than the other way around.
All I am saying is that it is easier to find in Google Earth, so that should be your confirmation of communities found first at other websites in other photographs.
Is there an 'ask a polar scientist' website?