Google Earth User Finds Mysterious 400ft Ice Ship Lying Off Antarctica Coast Sparking Off A Flurry of Conspiracy Theories
Of late all we have been hearing about is nothing but the coronavirus, but here’s some refreshing and interesting news. A Google earth user says he discovered a 400ft ship lying 100 miles off the coast of Antarctica. After his pictures were uploaded online, they have become a viral hit because of the perfect resemblance of a cruise liner complete with windows, chimneys and other fittings that you would normally find in any ship. The photos have also sparked off a huge debate as to whether this was just a case of pareidolia of seeing image in natural phenomena or indeed a ship lying frozen in the ice.
1The controversy specialists were ecstatic
There are many controversy fanatics who now feel that the 400 ft ship in the Antarctic ice is completely possible. Some say it could be a secret ship that could have been built for whisking away the world’s elite in the event of a global disaster much like what we saw in the movie 2012. Others feel that it could be a forgotten ship from a Secret Nazi base lying for years on the icy continent.
2The ship-like structure was observed on Google Earth
The massive frozen ship-like structure was observed on Google Earth sparking off weird theories from a Nazi base to an ancient civilization who may have captured the ship. The user says on his website that he has become very familiar with the looks of the planet after using Google Earth for 10 years. He knows and analyses weather patterns, space weather among other things.
3He says he monitors everything on Google Earth
He goes on to say, ‘I monitor everything from the seafloor to the cosmos and everything in between.’ In one of his most recent videos posted on YouTube, he goes on to say that he highlighted the portion of Antarctica covered in snow where the ship can be clearly seen lying in almost frozen state. The video also shows a chunk of ice rising above the ground. But when he switches to 3D, it amazingly looks exactly like a ship.