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Scientists Drill Through Antarctic Ice Shelf And Discover Bizarre ‘Lost World’

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Offline Freddy Topic starter
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No pictures which would be nice, but maybe not possible yet. Still I found this interesting.

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A “lost world” never seen or touched by mankind before has been discovered by a group of scientists using a hot-water drill and underwater robotic vehicles to break through the Antarctic ice shelf.

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Comfort the Disturbed! Disturb the Comfortable!

Freddy, your post conjures images of "The Thing", or "Alien vs Predator", for some reason. I guess I should read the article before I form an opinion, huh? Cheesy
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Offline Freddy Topic starter
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Now that you mention it yes it does  Grin
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Offline DaveMorton
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After having read the article, I now have a different impression, but sadly it's not as exciting (or as frightening). Still, it sounds like maybe there are new species of fish or other sea life that could potentially be studied before the ice shelf collapses under it's own weight. Shocked
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The exploration of our mother earths continues.

Good show  Cool

Hopefully some images will be posted.
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