what's beyond the wall?

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    there's no wall goy earth is a baal

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      the word ball comes from old norse. the word "baal" was a catchall term for any gods not approved by the Deuteronomist priests of ~600bc

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >the word "baal" was a catchall term for any gods not approved by the Deuteronomist priests of ~600 BC
        Do you recall where you learned that?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          i had it in a dream

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous
  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    konami kodex takes u to warp zone but it's really sn'gac the violet azathoth but it's fricking space rabbits

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    An even bigger wall with spikes and shit

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bad textures and intangible floors. Be careful where you step

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Schizo Retard

    if you go far enough, you won't be able to move, and you'll see a message saying "You cannot go there"

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      FRICK YOU TODD AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGHHH

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    its walls all the way down

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I actually had a dream over 20 years ago where i tried to escape our world and was left wiht the walls of a simulation. so perhaps that really is what is sat the end. just some sprites and the inability to pass.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        No, simulation theory is a psyop on low iq normalgays.
        It's more than likely ice, look up the sky ice. Am too lazy to do it myself since phonegayging atm.
        That, or it's that whole extended super earth stuff. With other lands beyond the ice walls.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ice Black folk

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      how can they be black if they are made of ice?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Ever heard of black ice?

  9. 2 weeks ago
    does anyone enjoy caffeiene

    Lots of gay sex.

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Those guy obviously

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Jotunnheimr.

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Dinosaurs and dragons

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Hermes

    Attention! Those who cross the Ice Walk will require the following abilities.
    Flying, Super Speed, Super Strength, and Necromancy

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just more ice. That' where earth ends.
    Like if you went out with a boat on a GTA map.

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    onions and spheres

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Dave

    your father's filthy anus

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Water

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t get it.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Flerfer shit

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    you can literally see over it in the picture

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    more continents

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Striders, greater earth, agartha, etc

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i bet there's one lone black dude who appears to be lost but secretly isnt

    just a suspicions

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Start with global antediluvian supercivilization, all indicators are that the leaders of this were eugenic superhumans. They got kicked out of this chunk of the earth. Now they live there. But it's cold...

    My conclusion is that it is White Walkers meets Warhammer 40K. They plugged themselves into the matrix/computer network, they neuralinked themselves. (read secondary supposition about water tech). However, their bodies still decayed. As the tech and eons passed they made themselves more and more at home in the frozen climates to allow for perpetual body preservation while maintaing a connection to their society, which is all linked in.

    Now, back to the known Earth. It's Stargate basically on a flat earth (Portal is open ocean, more on that later). The antediluvian civ went down a different tech tree. Remember before transistors, computers were the size of rooms. Well, you could also make water computers as well. The great pyramids, teohituhacan, were huge water computers. The tech for water computing probably allowed them to hook up people neuralink style more easily beacuse our bodies are mostly water.

    Early on in this civilizations past, they mastered the use of the computer, starting with agriculture trenching/gating into logic gates and basic automation. They could have bypassed visual displays and expressed outputs via minor electrical charges to the user. Kind of a forerunner to a direct neuralink style connection.

    The water portal Stargate thing is interesting. A book in the 1800s argued you could use a flat earth map over a zodiac chart, and acquire the angles of those zodiac signs in relation to your boat to get an x,y coordinate. The stargate is the zodiac.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Oh, to button it all up. Just like in Stargate, the other world aliens were kicked out and live on some other planet. Well, it's a flat earth (SNEED). So the Stargate metaphor would be the Earth is Europe, Abydos is North/South America, and the Goauld are the Eugenic Superhumans and they live off world in the frozen areas. I imagine the warm region superhumans were killed off and the frozen ones were accepted refugees but were chill and ignored them mostly, that's what you get, stay the frick away from those apes.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Let's use the moon reflection map of the earth. We are a small part of a much greater world. But that greater world is mostly frozen. It's also full of holes. Seriously. The moon is a reflection of the earth, and it is filled with craters.

        That requires us to understand the nature of the moon. The Xray Moon Microscope. The sun shines on the earth, reflects it into the atmosphere, that collects it and projects it for us to see. The angles of the sun produces the moon shape, much like lensing of an optical device when you are off center from the eyepiece shows you a distorted view. That distortion, if you can imagine it when you move your eye around the center, can distort into every moon phase shape. It looks far away and very small because it is like looking at the reverse sides of inoculars. Then, the layers of the atmopshere filter the light so what remains is close to the xray spectrum. The craters on the moon are actually holes inside our earth.

        The point being, whatever happened to the eugenic superhumans that were on our known earth is 1/10 of the space that they would have inhabited before any human rebellion that would have occured. They are not only in the 60% of the world beyond the ice wall that we don't know about, but also inside the center of the earth, which isn't a giant contiguous cavity, but thousands of small to large cavities all around the world.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >A book in the 1800s
      Do you recall it?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Atlantis, the Antidulvian world by Ignatius Donnelly.

        He posits that the men of myth, Hercules and such were men of renown and prowess that were our kings and conquerers and connects it to the Angels and demi-angels from the before flood times. The constellations show important points at the far reaches of the earth assuming a european/north african center. This includes Hercules as a constellation, because he settled and had a kingdom in North America, he is the Lion. This was situation close to the scorpion sign, which represented Hell itself, which is death valley. The Amazon river is the river styx.

        So, you take the angles of constellations based on your boat. Get a zodiac overlayed on an azimuthal equidistant map. Draw the angles you got from before, and there will be a convergence point that is your exact x,y coordinate, even if you haven't seen land for weeks.

        This technique does require, because of constellation drift over years, the knowledge of when the map was made and how long has passed, in order to get the original position of the constellations and find your location.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Might you happen to have a Pastebin of resources you've consulted over the years?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I'm an archive surfer. The book I mentioned I came across by searching the phrase antediluvian on archive.org and isolating different time periods. You'll read for a while, happen upon some other word or idea that is anachronistic and you look that word up and it takes you down rabbit holes.

            The biggest thing that I would want to express is that I, at 43, am old enough and wise enough to have seen a rule abstracted from economics, the israeli pyramid scheme of increased value through growth ignoring the negative consequence of that growth coupling with dilution/fragmentation until the bobble pops.

            Now, the revelation is not the concept itself as it relates to economics. But that it relates to culture and science too, those are just economic vehicles in disguise. We saw the space bubble grow and grow, and instead of collapsing, they just create a brand new bubble the metaverse. The Dino bubble has burst. They tried to blow another bubble with homosexual feathered dinos, but it was too late and that bubble was to gay.

            The israelites favorite game is to take a human conceit like time, and turn it into a force for monitezation. You can abstract time as money because you have a mortgage and every 30 days a certain value is going to transfer or you lose the home. But, israelites have monetized time as far as they possibly can. They even monetized time by making you pay for things not happening (car insurance).

            israelite science tells us there is the past and the future, they are real things. It tells us time is a force that can be bent. And now alternate realities exist. israelites love taking human conceits, and then abstracting them as far as possible to get all the sheckels.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Metaverse should have been multiverse.

            israeli tricks: Don't trust a book by it's cover. And correlation does not equal causation.

            Both are technically true. You should always verify that a book is as good as its cover. But 99.5% of the time, the cover is a good indicator of what you are getting. We all wear our uniforms, whether we like it or not.

            Then, correlation doesn't equal causation. Of course you have to find the direct linke to the correlation, but 99.5% of the time there is a causation attached to the correlation we see. You just have to figure it out.

            My point being. The world looks flat, the moon likes like an xray. Trust but verify that it really is how it looks.

            And you can't trust israelites. So, when they try to tell you human abstractions are real forces of nature, time is real and can be bent, don't believe them because they are the ones abusing you with correlation doesn't equal causation because the israeli worldview distorts reality. It is in fact their ideas that suffer the most from this problem.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >Hercules the constellation
          >Hercules the Hero
          >Hercules the Hero achieved feats such as:
          >taming the Golden Lion
          >slaying the Hydra
          >Leo and Hydra are both constellations

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >global

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    no idea.

  25. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's hard to tell the difference between disclosure, fiction happening up truth, and intentional red herrings from people who gatekeep the truth.

    Stargate is some form of truth. I don't know which of the 3 that it is, I imagine in some level it is all 3. Emmerich, or whoever the initial writer was, imagined a concept based on our history and got pretty close to the mark. The U.S. government, supplemented this idea with more disclosure disguised in the context of the fictional narrative.

    I think Graham Hanwiener is similar. At first, his ideas were dangerous because they brought people to questions they should be having. But once they questioning became mainstream, the wrong conclusions of his ideas were used to help dead-end people's discovery process because like Stargate, his ideas rely on fundamental presuppositions that help to buttress the system, because he can't go far enough to question certain settled sciences.

  26. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The incel army assembling like in the hit japanese cartoon attack on titan

  27. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Winterfell

  28. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Can someone finally tell me who made this map and for what purpose did they go to such excruciating detail?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://www.deviantart.com/ohawhewhe

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Why won't they let us visit the other continents?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Are you on a terror watchlist?

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >we could live in an incredible fantasy reality like this
      >instead we live in this one
      Thanks Demiurge.

  29. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Okay, this is really freaky and you'll think I'm making shit up but here goes ...

    This is not my "Earth". I was part of an Antarctic expedition decades ago to see what was on the other side of the ice wall.

    I'm not military but was selected for my unusual metabolism that gives me extreme resistance to cold. Basically the shit Wim Hof does is a fricking joke to me:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wim_Hof

    I was told they had attempted several expeditions before, lost entire teams that were never heard from again, and had people get further and further in with better technology, but eventually have to turn back as conditions got worse and worse.

    The prior expedition to mine in 1973 got almost 30,000 miles in but noticed conditions marginally improving again which gave them cause to explore further. In 1979, my party travelled over 50,000 miles through increasingly and indescribably inhospitable conditions. I felt cold for the first time in my life. We lost many men, and I almost died myself.

    We made it to 'the other side' of the wall. It was another 'Earth' just like the one we left. No we didn't just get to the other side of Antarctica. It was the 'same but different'. Their military had sent out a party with the same people, us, but quickly determined we were not the same ones, (I'm not sure exactly how). This "Earth" seems absolutely the same to me, but I know it isn't. We never went back to our 'original Earth' because there didn't seem to be any point.

    Real 'Vivarium' shit boys and girls. Basically the conclusion was that there are just an infinite plane of infinite Earths that are all the same anyway. Any direction you walk from the Ice Wall you're going to run into one eventually, but it wont really gain you anything. I hate to even say it because it almost sounds like some form of Spherecuckery, but we are on a flat plane that much is certain. Information and early hypotheses about this leaking out is probably where shit like picrel comes from.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That's insane and horrible

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        are you telling me we live in fricking mario 64?

        When you get in far enough past the ice wall say goodbye to sunlight and even starlight because you're no longer under any firmament. As you move further away you can tell that the ball Earth is a total lie because of this. That's one of the reasons it's so hard to traverse the ice plane. Total darkness, and no moonlight obviously. Not just for six months of the year, but permanent pitch black because the light doesn't even reach you from the Earth you just left, for the reasons Flat Earthers always talk about, perspective and limited distance that light travels, (not curvature).

        We were dropping transponders so we knew we were on a straight bearing though. Previous expeditions would go on different vectors to look for anything, that was part of the experiment. We followed the 1973 path though because they did seem to get to improving conditions, but I don't know how lucky we were to hit another 'Earth' the way we did. Some of those other expeditions might have had to travel multiple times the distance until they got anywhere, as I understand it.

        One strange aspect was the direction we left, and the one we returned from were near, but not exactly 180 degrees, meaning this "Earth" has a slightly different orientation in relation to my original 'Earth'. I don't know why or what it could mean. I always had a creepy feeling that if we tried to go back the way we came we might not even get back to my original Earth, because if this 'Earth' is the same then the team of 'us' that left this one took the same route, so how could that even work out geometrically? Because of the offset that would mean there was a ring of Earths or something? But I don't think that's how it works.

        If you could I presume they might have been able to use todays technology to create some 'trade route' between the two, but I think it would still be a challenge even today to traverse the distance. Something is not right and why I refused to go on later expeditions.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      are you telling me we live in fricking mario 64?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Proof: cryptic dreams

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >my unusual metabolism that gives me extreme resistance to cold
      Do you have have a higher than average body temperature? Are you able to eat more than the average person?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Basically there's some kind of natural antifreeze proteins in my blood and cells similar to what polar fish have and also my skin and metabolism reacts to cold very differently to normal people.

        Some people apparently have some of these genes, but don't really notice or they're not expressed like mine are. Cold actually makes me feel 'warm' because my body and skin more or less instantly generates heat in reaction to it. As a result I not only rapidly melt ice just by touching it, but heat the resulting water quite a bit before the reaction stops. I don't have to employ any breathing techniques or anything. I don't even have to try. It just happens naturally. It's not that I have a higher body temperature per se, just that I rapidly produce body heat to replace any that's lost.

        I never thought much of it, but people I'd go camping/hiking/climbing with would soon notice I didn't wear or carry much gear, and after rain my clothes would dry out while they were still wet and freezing their butts off. Somehow that eventually came to the attention of milgays who thought this might be useful to them.

        I conversely hate tropical climates though and it near kills me being anywhere near the equator, so naturally I moved further and further into colder climates just to feel more comfortable making it more obvious. I was born and raised in the Roaring Forties, so jumped at the opportunity to go to Antarctica because I'd always wanted to go there obviously, and wouldn't otherwise get the opportunity because of the very shit the Flat Earther's talk about, without being some sciencegay or something, and even then wouldn't get to just waltz around anywhere I wanted. So it seemed perfect I'd get to really go, especially with people where I didn't have to make excuses or explain myself.

        And yeah, energy is energy, so while I can eat whatever I want and not gain any weight normally, I have to eat more to compensate for extreme cold, which is why I almost died.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Do you know what kinda ancestry you have? Was the Antarctica in your original Earth guarded by a navy? Are there gates in the Ice Walls you went through? Did you see anything in the Ice Plane? Like mountains, caves, or structures? Or was it nothing but ice? Was there wind? Were there smells? Were there any holes in the ice? I take it there were no living things other than you and your team? Not even insects?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Do you know what kinda ancestry you have?
            British/European/Caucasian mongrel. Apparently humans might have these genes from surviving an Ice Age or two, and mine might have been activated by some epigenetic mechanism or was just a roll of the dice that came up all 6's or something, the jury is still out on that. I suspect that Wim Hof homosexual is jerking people's chains by trying to 'teach' others his breathing bullshit though, maybe even endangering their health or risking frostbite or some shit if they're not physically up to it.

            >Was the Antarctica in your original Earth guarded by a navy?
            As far as I can tell both Earths are EXACTLY the same. The EXACT same people, doing the EXACT same shit, same history, everything. I know we didn't go in circles though, and somehow the milgays confirmed we weren't the same as their people who left. Which yes, is weird.

            >Are there gates in the Ice Walls you went through?
            No gates I saw, or anything like that.

            Did you see anything in the Ice Plane? Like mountains, caves, or structures? Or was it nothing but ice?
            Very much like Antarctica most of the way, but at the furthest it became more flat, limited visual range though.

            >Was there wind?
            FRICK YES. Just imagine moving through a constant gale, then blizzard, then anabatic wind that just never lets up, in pitch black with only the light you bring. It's truly fricked, and gets more fricked the further you go. I figured the wind erosion might explain why the furthest areas were the most flat.

            >Were there smells?
            No. Nothing different to Antarctica itself.

            >Were there any holes in the ice?
            At first, and we were always concerned about falling down a crevasse or something, but as the ice got flatter it seemed more solid.

            >I take it there were no living things other than you and your team? Not even insects?
            Not that I could tell. We took routine samples along the way of course that were sent for analysis, but never even heard rumours about any results to indicate life.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            How many were in your team? Humans only? Were you the only one to survive? What kinda equipment was used? Tanks, automobiles, sleds, etc. Were special suits and tents used? Did the team subsist on water and MREs? What was done to keep the drinking water from freezing? Did the military from your Earth tell you how they found you? For example, did they place you under surveillance to confirm you had the Ice Age gene? Do you recall how long the trip was (from Ice Wall to Ice Wall)?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >How many were in your team?
            There were hundreds of people involved at various stages, the team to make the final push consisted of 18 people in three vehicles.

            >Humans only?
            Yes, no Grey Aliens or Reptilians, (that I know of lol).

            >Were you the only one to survive?
            Eight of us eventually made it here. I was in bad shape and more or less incapacitated for the final stretch. The conditions were fricked and even I have my limits. The other guys got me here.

            >What kinda equipment was used? Tanks, automobiles, sleds, etc.
            Highly modified cargo planes to get us as far in as possible, then highly specialised tracked vehicles. Supplies were sent ahead by rocket believe it or not. Now you know what NASA was really doing back then, why Von Braun was in Antarctica, etc.

            >Were special suits and tents used? Did the team subsist on water and MREs
            It wasn't a good idea to spend time outside, which is what got me into trouble in the first place. I was the best person for the job to do anything necessary on the outside of the vehicle, but it eventually caught up with me.

            >What was done to keep the drinking water from freezing?
            Heat from the vehicle engines mostly, but we'd melt it if necessary.

            >Did the military from your Earth tell you how they found you? For example, did they place you under surveillance to confirm you had the Ice Age gene?
            No, I just assume someone on one of my climbing or skiing trips was more involved in some secret military shit and took more of an interest in my party tricks than I knew.

            >Do you recall how long the trip was (from Ice Wall to Ice Wall)?
            311 days in total. Despite a lot of it being relatively slow going, we really were going like a bat out of Hell ... or rather a bat in Hell ... to cover as much ground as possible when we could. We had a relatively easy run when the ice got flatter, despite the katabatic-level winds which our vehicles were specially designed for. They'd learned quite a bit from previous expeditions.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Did your team record the distance from Ice Wall to Ice Wall? Did the Ice Wall HQ of this Earth tell your team how they're able to tell your team apart from the one they sent? Have you noticed differences between your Earth and this one? Do you recall the date your team began the trip?
            >We followed the 1973 path
            How'd your team find it?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Did your team record the distance from Ice Wall to Ice Wall? Technically speaking, but I don't recall the exact multiple figures that were mentioned. Navigation and keeping records wasn't my area. Also there was some shit that had to be worked out later, like I couldn't see the point when the plane actually crossed over the ice wall going in, and we weren't at the actual edge of the ice wall on the other side when we called to get picked up, (and we weren't where we were supposed to be in any expected scenario).

            >Did the Ice Wall HQ of this Earth tell your team how they're able to tell your team apart from the one they sent?
            We were confused to discover where we ended up entering this Earth like I said. When we made contact there was a lot of confusion about what actually happened. Obviously they thought we somehow doubled back or unknowingly walked in some circle and even we had to wonder about that, even though we knew for a fact we hadn't. At first it was like they thought we were nuts or lying for some reason.

            Nobody knew quite what to make of it, but after they gave us a thorough medical examination, (which I now believe involved some primitive form of MRI having gone through a modern one), they treated it like gospel that we were from another Earth. That doesn't even make any sense to me, because of the Butterfly Effect and how that would play out if there were any physically identifiable difference whatsoever.

            >Have you noticed differences between your Earth and this one?
            Not at all.

            Of course the future might have played out differently since, but I have no way of knowing things like whether Trump is currently President back on the 'original Earth' or some shit like that. But if things played out differently from that point, why wouldn't they be different up to that point?

            >Do you recall the date your team began the trip?
            Technically in 1978, December 18, but as I said it's not so clear cut, 'mission time' vs time on the continent or ice.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Did your team record the distance from Ice Wall to Ice Wall? Technically speaking, but I don't recall the exact multiple figures that were mentioned. Navigation and keeping records wasn't my area. Also there was some shit that had to be worked out later, like I couldn't see the point when the plane actually crossed over the ice wall going in, and we weren't at the actual edge of the ice wall on the other side when we called to get picked up, (and we weren't where we were supposed to be in any expected scenario).

            >Did the Ice Wall HQ of this Earth tell your team how they're able to tell your team apart from the one they sent?
            We were confused to discover where we ended up entering this Earth like I said. When we made contact there was a lot of confusion about what actually happened. Obviously they thought we somehow doubled back or unknowingly walked in some circle and even we had to wonder about that, even though we knew for a fact we hadn't. At first it was like they thought we were nuts or lying for some reason.

            Nobody knew quite what to make of it, but after they gave us a thorough medical examination, (which I now believe involved some primitive form of MRI having gone through a modern one), they treated it like gospel that we were from another Earth. That doesn't even make any sense to me, because of the Butterfly Effect and how that would play out if there were any physically identifiable difference whatsoever.

            >Have you noticed differences between your Earth and this one?
            Not at all.

            Of course the future might have played out differently since, but I have no way of knowing things like whether Trump is currently President back on the 'original Earth' or some shit like that. But if things played out differently from that point, why wouldn't they be different up to that point?

            >Do you recall the date your team began the trip?
            Technically in 1978, December 18, but as I said it's not so clear cut, 'mission time' vs time on the continent or ice.

            >>We followed the 1973 path
            >How'd your team find it?
            We were just leaving from the same point, going in the same direction as the 1973 expedition. Previous expeditions had left from more obvious and easier points, (like the Ross Ice Shelf), but since they encountered nothing but worsening conditions and were lost or had to turn back, a different vector was tried each time. But since the 1973 expedition encountered slightly improving conditions and had mapped some obstacles, they chose to go with the same vector to get a head start and see if there was anything on the other side of that, also there was some existing infrastructure from back then, etc.

            If you look at the map I posted earlier of the Roaring Forties, Furious Fifties, and Screaming Sixties, but think of it on a Flat Earth map, then you realise those winds are not surrounding the continent of Antarctica like "Ball Earthers" would have you believe. They are outer rings that get worse and worse the further you go outside the ice wall. In other words, the winds "surrounding" Antarctica are due to the outer winds, like the Earth sits in the eye of a massive perpetual hurricane, and not due to the Earth rotating or whatever bullshit you're told.

            People who know only half-jokingly equate different outer zones to the Nine Circles of Hell. The Screaming Sixties and what people think of as 'Antarctica' is a fricking cakewalk compared to the outer regions. It starts out with intermittent conditions that become more constant and intense the further you go. The worst of it is pure fricking insanity.

            I don't even know if it gets even worse if there's not another Earth in relative proximity like ours. There might be some 'void' out there where you just get infinity wind and cold or something. We were pretty sure that's not what we were headed for based on the 1973 expedition, but I did have to wonder sometimes.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Did your team take ice samples? Did they try using ground-penetrating radar to see if there was anything under the ice? Was there an outer sun in the Ice Plane? Or was it 24/7 darkness? How'd the team travel in a straight line? Do compasses work in the Ice Plane?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Did your team take ice samples?
            Yes. See above.

            >Did they try using ground-penetrating radar to see if there was anything under the ice?
            No. Not our mission, but I understand other teams went lesser distances and checked that kind of thing, and did find something. Not sure if just more underground lakes because I never heard of a vast ocean. Though I got the impression the density and size of underwater pockets increased the further you go, so still a possibility. Either way, one of the reasons we were worried about dropping down a hole, since water at the bottom would mean we were mega-fricked with zero chance of recovery, (though not much chance anyway). If they did find an ocean, they just might have been withholding that info so I'd be less worried/reticent to go.

            >Was there an outer sun in the Ice Plane? Or was it 24/7 darkness?
            No sun. Quickly descends into total permanent darkness. See above.

            >How'd the team travel in a straight line?
            Dropped transponders, and lined up/triangulated at least two as I understand it. Though I didn't handle navigation and understand there were other methods of confirmation, like some clever use of some form of relatively simple radar, in addition to multiple methods of dead reckoning.

            >Do compasses work in the Ice Plane?
            No, at least not very far out, ironically the magnetic field of the Earth increases as you leave what 'Ballers' think of as the South Pole, and then rapidly decreases in a manner mathematically analogous to the Strong Nuclear Force, I'm told anyway.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            When you decided to stay in this new Earth, did you reintegrate into the life of your other self? Or were you given a new identity? Did you seek people you knew in your original Earth? Co-workers, neighbors, friends, family, etc.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >When you decided to stay in this new Earth, did you reintegrate into the life of your other self?
            Yes. "My" house was just like I left it. Everything was exactly the same.

            >Or were you given a new identity?
            There didn't seem to be any point to go to any lengths like that given the (admittedly weird) circumstances. Like I'm not expecting my other self to show up one day. I guess it's possible, but doesn't seem likely given what we do know. Which could be like we all moved to the next room in some kind of Hilbert Hotel:

            >Did you seek people you knew in your original Earth? Co-workers, neighbors, friends, family, etc.
            Cautiously at first. It still feels weird like they're somehow not 'real', like this whole place isn't 'real' in some way. I'm definitely giving them side-eye when they do anything that I'm not expecting or seems out of character. I'm reasonably certain that's just a normal level of paranoia that I wouldn't want to let get out of control no matter what's actually going on. I've gotten as comfortable with it as I think is humanly possible.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Hermes

            this guy gonna get gated when iTeleport comes out

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >As far as I can tell both Earths are EXACTLY the same.
            Do you know what the probability for that is? That's just impossible. This would suggest that this whole "plane", if you will, of multiple identical flat earth's on some kind of endless surface of ice on who knows where, is a simulation. It means this reality has to be fake. Maybe earth is a replica of a real place somewhere.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Do you know what the probability for that is? That's just impossible. This would suggest that this whole "plane", if you will, of multiple identical flat earth's on some kind of endless surface of ice on who knows where, is a simulation. It means this reality has to be fake. Maybe earth is a replica of a real place somewhere.
            We live in prism (hence the name prison) similar to spectacles and its probably a pyramid. hence the triangle worship by elites.
            That would explain the reflections.
            We basically behave as light waves in a prism (pyramid).
            When you favor structure you behave as low energy high wave (good). and when you favor power over structure you behave a s high energy low wave (evil).
            the prisms wants to lower your waves so it can have interaction with us (friction) to consume your structure, (kill your soul) and prevent us escaping.
            That is why haven is up and hell is down, that is subconscious reference to wave-states.
            Is also hermetically explains why is more warmer the deeper you go and colder you go up.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      ANOTHER WALL

      This is what was confusing me the most about the whole thing while we were travelling through. Why hadn't we hit another physical barrier? If someone or something is trying to keep us contained, why wouldn't we just run into another wall ten miles high, or ditch miles deep, or a ring of fire or something? That would have stopped us dead. I mean, the cat is out of the bag anyway, so why pussyfoot around with the wind and shit?

      I guess we (humanity) could eventually deal with that though one way or another. Either way I couldn't shake the feeling we're just being given 'busy work' to keep us occupied. Though at one point seeing that we were inside a massive hurricane I wondered if the "Ball Earthers" weren't right in some sense, and whether we were on some massive ice globe planet with Jovian-like super-storms, but with a eye of a storm artificially held in place just for us.

      Finding another Earth and measurements taken blew that idea out of the water though. I mean technically it's still possible I guess, but the ice globe would have to be massive for us not to detect any curvature, with any duplicate Earths like copies in a multiwell plate (picrel), and at the end of the day, I just don't buy it. Not to mention it conflicts with what we do know about the Flat Earth and how it works, so running back to 'Baller' theory and trying to make it fit is taking a step backwards in understanding of reality.

      It's undeniable that this Earth is not unique though, there are at least two, and I presume they have looked for more an maybe found them by now, but aren't keeping me informed.

      One other thing that was weird. There was an apparent time discrepancy between my original 'Earth' and this one, (like this one was running 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 04 seconds behind), but I don't know if that was ever confirmed. We obviously had clocks with us and they seemed to differ with 'local' time, but if true, why, and how, I have no idea.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        you will have to walk for months to reach the real ice wall

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          >the real ice wall
          Do you mean the one surrounding the multiple Earths?

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        >This is what was confusing me the most about the whole thing while we were travelling through. Why hadn't we hit another physical barrier? If someone or something is trying to keep us contained, why wouldn't we just run into another wall ten miles high, or ditch miles deep, or a ring of fire or something? That would have stopped us dead. I mean, the cat is out of the bag anyway, so why pussyfoot around with the wind and shit?

        What do you think the radiation belt around the Earth is?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks for being here, IcewallAnon. Just when I'm about to give up on this board someone interesting like yourself pops in to make the lurking worth it.

      >my party travelled over 50,000 miles
      Were you somehow able to maintain contact with your base camp or was there a FOB past the wall with a comm unit? Did you lose comms and if so, at what point?
      >We lost many men
      How did they die?

      >How many were in your team?
      There were hundreds of people involved at various stages, the team to make the final push consisted of 18 people in three vehicles.

      >Humans only?
      Yes, no Grey Aliens or Reptilians, (that I know of lol).

      >Were you the only one to survive?
      Eight of us eventually made it here. I was in bad shape and more or less incapacitated for the final stretch. The conditions were fricked and even I have my limits. The other guys got me here.

      >What kinda equipment was used? Tanks, automobiles, sleds, etc.
      Highly modified cargo planes to get us as far in as possible, then highly specialised tracked vehicles. Supplies were sent ahead by rocket believe it or not. Now you know what NASA was really doing back then, why Von Braun was in Antarctica, etc.

      >Were special suits and tents used? Did the team subsist on water and MREs
      It wasn't a good idea to spend time outside, which is what got me into trouble in the first place. I was the best person for the job to do anything necessary on the outside of the vehicle, but it eventually caught up with me.

      >What was done to keep the drinking water from freezing?
      Heat from the vehicle engines mostly, but we'd melt it if necessary.

      >Did the military from your Earth tell you how they found you? For example, did they place you under surveillance to confirm you had the Ice Age gene?
      No, I just assume someone on one of my climbing or skiing trips was more involved in some secret military shit and took more of an interest in my party tricks than I knew.

      >Do you recall how long the trip was (from Ice Wall to Ice Wall)?
      311 days in total. Despite a lot of it being relatively slow going, we really were going like a bat out of Hell ... or rather a bat in Hell ... to cover as much ground as possible when we could. We had a relatively easy run when the ice got flatter, despite the katabatic-level winds which our vehicles were specially designed for. They'd learned quite a bit from previous expeditions.

      >There were hundreds of people involved at various stages, the team to make the final push consisted of 18 people in three vehicles.

      >How many were in your team?
      There were hundreds of people involved at various stages, the team to make the final push consisted of 18 people in three vehicles.

      >Humans only?
      Yes, no Grey Aliens or Reptilians, (that I know of lol).

      >Were you the only one to survive?
      Eight of us eventually made it here. I was in bad shape and more or less incapacitated for the final stretch. The conditions were fricked and even I have my limits. The other guys got me here.

      >What kinda equipment was used? Tanks, automobiles, sleds, etc.
      Highly modified cargo planes to get us as far in as possible, then highly specialised tracked vehicles. Supplies were sent ahead by rocket believe it or not. Now you know what NASA was really doing back then, why Von Braun was in Antarctica, etc.

      >Were special suits and tents used? Did the team subsist on water and MREs
      It wasn't a good idea to spend time outside, which is what got me into trouble in the first place. I was the best person for the job to do anything necessary on the outside of the vehicle, but it eventually caught up with me.

      >What was done to keep the drinking water from freezing?
      Heat from the vehicle engines mostly, but we'd melt it if necessary.

      >Did the military from your Earth tell you how they found you? For example, did they place you under surveillance to confirm you had the Ice Age gene?
      No, I just assume someone on one of my climbing or skiing trips was more involved in some secret military shit and took more of an interest in my party tricks than I knew.

      >Do you recall how long the trip was (from Ice Wall to Ice Wall)?
      311 days in total. Despite a lot of it being relatively slow going, we really were going like a bat out of Hell ... or rather a bat in Hell ... to cover as much ground as possible when we could. We had a relatively easy run when the ice got flatter, despite the katabatic-level winds which our vehicles were specially designed for. They'd learned quite a bit from previous expeditions.

      >311 days in total
      What was your daily routine like?
      How did you sleep and bathe?
      How did you guys maintain your sanity for that long in complete darkness? Ten months is a long trip. That's some unfathomable shit.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Thanks for being here, IcewallAnon.
        No problem. Feels good to talk about it, haven't much since.

        >Were you somehow able to maintain contact with your base camp or was there a FOB past the wall with a comm unit? Did you lose comms and if so, at what point?
        Near 22000 miles in, talking to people about 600 miles back. Maintained as long as possible and even had radio relays, but lost it anyway. Not sure exactly how it works, but some effect where radio range is rapidly reduced the further you go out regardless of power level. Speaking of which ...

        >How did they die?
        >One vehicle and everyone in it became lost while trying to locate supplies. Our radar range had become very limited due to the above effect and so when we got to one supply point we had to manually search for it, lost radio comms and never heard or saw them again.
        Other men in the remaining two vehicles died due to supply issues and cold later on because that supply point was never found, and once I was down for the count, other men were forced to go outside more and it went even worse for them, some just never recovered.

        >What was your daily routine like?
        Driving constantly in 8 hour shifts, negotiating any obstacles, rechecking course afterwards, locating resupply points that had been delivered ahead, extracting supplies, refuelling, maintenance, repairs, over and over and over.

        >How did you sleep and bathe?
        Inside the vehicle cabins on bunks. Basically bed bath type shit with wet pads every couple of days.

        >How did you guys maintain your sanity for that long in complete darkness? Ten months is a long trip. That's some unfathomable shit.
        Slept a lot. There was a surprising amount of 'work' to do, since if we had to negotiate any (frequent) obstacles we'd have to wake some sleeping men up and deal with it, get navigation back on track and recheck on the other side of it, etc. so often trying to catch up on lost sleep. Talked about shit, but not much. Mostly personal hobbies, reading, etc.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Thanks for your replies.
          Your story is utterly fascinating, of course.
          If you don't mind, I'd like to address the end of it. I've put together a summary of your comments (except for one that follows) with questions but I have to spread it over three posts because of the character limit.
          The questions will be in the 3rd post.

          >Do you know what kinda ancestry you have?
          British/European/Caucasian mongrel. Apparently humans might have these genes from surviving an Ice Age or two, and mine might have been activated by some epigenetic mechanism or was just a roll of the dice that came up all 6's or something, the jury is still out on that. I suspect that Wim Hof homosexual is jerking people's chains by trying to 'teach' others his breathing bullshit though, maybe even endangering their health or risking frostbite or some shit if they're not physically up to it.

          >Was the Antarctica in your original Earth guarded by a navy?
          As far as I can tell both Earths are EXACTLY the same. The EXACT same people, doing the EXACT same shit, same history, everything. I know we didn't go in circles though, and somehow the milgays confirmed we weren't the same as their people who left. Which yes, is weird.

          >Are there gates in the Ice Walls you went through?
          No gates I saw, or anything like that.

          Did you see anything in the Ice Plane? Like mountains, caves, or structures? Or was it nothing but ice?
          Very much like Antarctica most of the way, but at the furthest it became more flat, limited visual range though.

          >Was there wind?
          FRICK YES. Just imagine moving through a constant gale, then blizzard, then anabatic wind that just never lets up, in pitch black with only the light you bring. It's truly fricked, and gets more fricked the further you go. I figured the wind erosion might explain why the furthest areas were the most flat.

          >Were there smells?
          No. Nothing different to Antarctica itself.

          >Were there any holes in the ice?
          At first, and we were always concerned about falling down a crevasse or something, but as the ice got flatter it seemed more solid.

          >I take it there were no living things other than you and your team? Not even insects?
          Not that I could tell. We took routine samples along the way of course that were sent for analysis, but never even heard rumours about any results to indicate life.

          >As far as I can tell both Earths are EXACTLY the same. The EXACT same people, doing the EXACT same shit, same history, everything. I know we didn't go in circles though, and somehow the milgays confirmed we weren't the same as their people who left.

          >As far as I can tell both Earths are EXACTLY the same.
          Do you know what the probability for that is? That's just impossible. This would suggest that this whole "plane", if you will, of multiple identical flat earth's on some kind of endless surface of ice on who knows where, is a simulation. It means this reality has to be fake. Maybe earth is a replica of a real place somewhere.

          >>As far as I can tell both Earths are EXACTLY the same.
          >Do you know what the probability for that is? That's just impossible.

          >Did your team record the distance from Ice Wall to Ice Wall? Technically speaking, but I don't recall the exact multiple figures that were mentioned. Navigation and keeping records wasn't my area. Also there was some shit that had to be worked out later, like I couldn't see the point when the plane actually crossed over the ice wall going in, and we weren't at the actual edge of the ice wall on the other side when we called to get picked up, (and we weren't where we were supposed to be in any expected scenario).

          >Did the Ice Wall HQ of this Earth tell your team how they're able to tell your team apart from the one they sent?
          We were confused to discover where we ended up entering this Earth like I said. When we made contact there was a lot of confusion about what actually happened. Obviously they thought we somehow doubled back or unknowingly walked in some circle and even we had to wonder about that, even though we knew for a fact we hadn't. At first it was like they thought we were nuts or lying for some reason.

          Nobody knew quite what to make of it, but after they gave us a thorough medical examination, (which I now believe involved some primitive form of MRI having gone through a modern one), they treated it like gospel that we were from another Earth. That doesn't even make any sense to me, because of the Butterfly Effect and how that would play out if there were any physically identifiable difference whatsoever.

          >Have you noticed differences between your Earth and this one?
          Not at all.

          Of course the future might have played out differently since, but I have no way of knowing things like whether Trump is currently President back on the 'original Earth' or some shit like that. But if things played out differently from that point, why wouldn't they be different up to that point?

          >Do you recall the date your team began the trip?
          Technically in 1978, December 18, but as I said it's not so clear cut, 'mission time' vs time on the continent or ice.

          >we weren't at the actual edge of the ice wall on the other side when we called to get picked up, (and we weren't where we were supposed to be in any expected scenario).
          >We were confused to discover where we ended up entering this Earth
          >When we made contact there was a lot of confusion about what actually happened. Obviously they thought we somehow doubled back or unknowingly walked in some circle and even we had to wonder about that, even though we knew for a fact we hadn't.
          >after they gave us a thorough medical examination ... they treated it like gospel that we were from another Earth. That doesn't even make any sense to me, because of the Butterfly Effect and how that would play out ...

          1/3

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/xXSgfra.jpeg

            [...]
            >>We followed the 1973 path
            >How'd your team find it?
            We were just leaving from the same point, going in the same direction as the 1973 expedition. Previous expeditions had left from more obvious and easier points, (like the Ross Ice Shelf), but since they encountered nothing but worsening conditions and were lost or had to turn back, a different vector was tried each time. But since the 1973 expedition encountered slightly improving conditions and had mapped some obstacles, they chose to go with the same vector to get a head start and see if there was anything on the other side of that, also there was some existing infrastructure from back then, etc.

            If you look at the map I posted earlier of the Roaring Forties, Furious Fifties, and Screaming Sixties, but think of it on a Flat Earth map, then you realise those winds are not surrounding the continent of Antarctica like "Ball Earthers" would have you believe. They are outer rings that get worse and worse the further you go outside the ice wall. In other words, the winds "surrounding" Antarctica are due to the outer winds, like the Earth sits in the eye of a massive perpetual hurricane, and not due to the Earth rotating or whatever bullshit you're told.

            People who know only half-jokingly equate different outer zones to the Nine Circles of Hell. The Screaming Sixties and what people think of as 'Antarctica' is a fricking cakewalk compared to the outer regions. It starts out with intermittent conditions that become more constant and intense the further you go. The worst of it is pure fricking insanity.

            I don't even know if it gets even worse if there's not another Earth in relative proximity like ours. There might be some 'void' out there where you just get infinity wind and cold or something. We were pretty sure that's not what we were headed for based on the 1973 expedition, but I did have to wonder sometimes.

            >It starts out with intermittent conditions that become more constant and intense the further you go. The worst of it is pure fricking insanity.
            >There might be some 'void' out there where you just get infinity wind and cold or something. We were pretty sure that's not what we were headed for based on the 1973 expedition, but I did have to wonder sometimes.

            https://i.imgur.com/QQZeFZh.jpeg

            [...]
            This is what was confusing me the most about the whole thing while we were travelling through. Why hadn't we hit another physical barrier? If someone or something is trying to keep us contained, why wouldn't we just run into another wall ten miles high, or ditch miles deep, or a ring of fire or something? That would have stopped us dead. I mean, the cat is out of the bag anyway, so why pussyfoot around with the wind and shit?

            I guess we (humanity) could eventually deal with that though one way or another. Either way I couldn't shake the feeling we're just being given 'busy work' to keep us occupied. Though at one point seeing that we were inside a massive hurricane I wondered if the "Ball Earthers" weren't right in some sense, and whether we were on some massive ice globe planet with Jovian-like super-storms, but with a eye of a storm artificially held in place just for us.

            Finding another Earth and measurements taken blew that idea out of the water though. I mean technically it's still possible I guess, but the ice globe would have to be massive for us not to detect any curvature, with any duplicate Earths like copies in a multiwell plate (picrel), and at the end of the day, I just don't buy it. Not to mention it conflicts with what we do know about the Flat Earth and how it works, so running back to 'Baller' theory and trying to make it fit is taking a step backwards in understanding of reality.

            It's undeniable that this Earth is not unique though, there are at least two, and I presume they have looked for more an maybe found them by now, but aren't keeping me informed.

            One other thing that was weird. There was an apparent time discrepancy between my original 'Earth' and this one, (like this one was running 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 04 seconds behind), but I don't know if that was ever confirmed. We obviously had clocks with us and they seemed to differ with 'local' time, but if true, why, and how, I have no idea.

            >Why hadn't we hit another physical barrier? If someone or something is trying to keep us contained, why wouldn't we just run into another wall ten miles high, or ditch miles deep, or a ring of fire or something? That would have stopped us dead. I mean, the cat is out of the bag anyway, so why pussyfoot around with the wind and shit?
            >There was an apparent time discrepancy between my original 'Earth' and this one, (like this one was running 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 04 seconds behind)

            https://i.imgur.com/JcXZJB6.jpeg

            Okay, this is really freaky and you'll think I'm making shit up but here goes ...

            This is not my "Earth". I was part of an Antarctic expedition decades ago to see what was on the other side of the ice wall.

            I'm not military but was selected for my unusual metabolism that gives me extreme resistance to cold. Basically the shit Wim Hof does is a fricking joke to me:
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wim_Hof

            I was told they had attempted several expeditions before, lost entire teams that were never heard from again, and had people get further and further in with better technology, but eventually have to turn back as conditions got worse and worse.

            The prior expedition to mine in 1973 got almost 30,000 miles in but noticed conditions marginally improving again which gave them cause to explore further. In 1979, my party travelled over 50,000 miles through increasingly and indescribably inhospitable conditions. I felt cold for the first time in my life. We lost many men, and I almost died myself.

            We made it to 'the other side' of the wall. It was another 'Earth' just like the one we left. No we didn't just get to the other side of Antarctica. It was the 'same but different'. Their military had sent out a party with the same people, us, but quickly determined we were not the same ones, (I'm not sure exactly how). This "Earth" seems absolutely the same to me, but I know it isn't. We never went back to our 'original Earth' because there didn't seem to be any point.

            Real 'Vivarium' shit boys and girls. Basically the conclusion was that there are just an infinite plane of infinite Earths that are all the same anyway. Any direction you walk from the Ice Wall you're going to run into one eventually, but it wont really gain you anything. I hate to even say it because it almost sounds like some form of Spherecuckery, but we are on a flat plane that much is certain. Information and early hypotheses about this leaking out is probably where shit like picrel comes from.

            >my party travelled over 50,000 miles

            >Thanks for being here, IcewallAnon.
            No problem. Feels good to talk about it, haven't much since.

            >Were you somehow able to maintain contact with your base camp or was there a FOB past the wall with a comm unit? Did you lose comms and if so, at what point?
            Near 22000 miles in, talking to people about 600 miles back. Maintained as long as possible and even had radio relays, but lost it anyway. Not sure exactly how it works, but some effect where radio range is rapidly reduced the further you go out regardless of power level. Speaking of which ...

            >How did they die?
            >One vehicle and everyone in it became lost while trying to locate supplies. Our radar range had become very limited due to the above effect and so when we got to one supply point we had to manually search for it, lost radio comms and never heard or saw them again.
            Other men in the remaining two vehicles died due to supply issues and cold later on because that supply point was never found, and once I was down for the count, other men were forced to go outside more and it went even worse for them, some just never recovered.

            >What was your daily routine like?
            Driving constantly in 8 hour shifts, negotiating any obstacles, rechecking course afterwards, locating resupply points that had been delivered ahead, extracting supplies, refuelling, maintenance, repairs, over and over and over.

            >How did you sleep and bathe?
            Inside the vehicle cabins on bunks. Basically bed bath type shit with wet pads every couple of days.

            >How did you guys maintain your sanity for that long in complete darkness? Ten months is a long trip. That's some unfathomable shit.
            Slept a lot. There was a surprising amount of 'work' to do, since if we had to negotiate any (frequent) obstacles we'd have to wake some sleeping men up and deal with it, get navigation back on track and recheck on the other side of it, etc. so often trying to catch up on lost sleep. Talked about shit, but not much. Mostly personal hobbies, reading, etc.

            >some effect where radio range is rapidly reduced the further you go out regardless of power level
            >Other men in the remaining two vehicles died due to supply issues and cold later on because that supply point was never found, and once I was down for the count, other men were forced to go outside more and it went even worse for them, some just never recovered.

            >When you decided to stay in this new Earth, did you reintegrate into the life of your other self?
            Yes. "My" house was just like I left it. Everything was exactly the same.

            >Or were you given a new identity?
            There didn't seem to be any point to go to any lengths like that given the (admittedly weird) circumstances. Like I'm not expecting my other self to show up one day. I guess it's possible, but doesn't seem likely given what we do know. Which could be like we all moved to the next room in some kind of Hilbert Hotel:

            >Did you seek people you knew in your original Earth? Co-workers, neighbors, friends, family, etc.
            Cautiously at first. It still feels weird like they're somehow not 'real', like this whole place isn't 'real' in some way. I'm definitely giving them side-eye when they do anything that I'm not expecting or seems out of character. I'm reasonably certain that's just a normal level of paranoia that I wouldn't want to let get out of control no matter what's actually going on. I've gotten as comfortable with it as I think is humanly possible.

            >"My" house was just like I left it. Everything was exactly the same.

            2/3

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            So,
            >All explorers except for your immediate team were lost and presumed dead
            >Environmental and electronic conditions were fooked and getting worse
            >Supplies lost
            >Comms lost 25k+ miles ago
            >Can't turn back

            IcewallAnon, I don't disagree with the massive ice ball theory and I definitely believe in the existence of alternate dimensions, but I'm going to have to disagree with your admittedly tepid conclusion that you found another 'earth'. I think you were rescued and the time difference and physiological effects you experienced at the end is a result of whatever happened during that process. Some might call it divine intervention, but consider this:

            Regardless of who was in command of your operation, all of you were being watched.
            It doesn't matter if it was Jesus, the Pleiadians, Arcturians, Andromedans, Nordics, Blue Avians, or if the Lyrans just happened to be hanging out. Someone said
            >Ya know, enough is enough
            >These guys can't go any further
            >And this anon here has elevated DNA that needs to be spread
            >So we're just gonna pick them up in their vehicle and take them back
            >They're exhausted so knocking them out and erasing their memories won't be a problem

            1] Could you elaborate more on where you were when you entered/returned?
            >they thought we somehow doubled back
            Does this mean you were close to your point of origin? If so, how close?
            2] Do you remember anything significant about your last few hours out there? Strange dreams? Missing time?
            3] Have you ever considered that, ultimately, you might have been part of the reason your team was saved?
            4] Can you tell us the operation name of your mission?

            3/3

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I understand you not liking the conclusion this is a different Earth, I can't say I'm exactly crazy about it myself. Even though there's no difference I can discern, if it were a realistic option, I'd still prefer to 'go home'. So of course that's what everyone was thinking before the discrepancies were investigated, but there were readings and records from the recovered vehicles that confirmed our course, distance, and time travelled, which is where the deeper investigation really got started.

            Also just common sense. eg. Even if we'd unknowingly gone on some arc like picrel, we couldn't possibly have made it, not only because of the distance involved to get from our last known point to where we reentered, but the lack of supplies along that route. One of the reasons we had to make sure we travelled in a straight line was to find the supplies that had been sent ahead. We couldn't have even made it if we returned directly and then drove around the ice wall.

            There were contiguous memories between the men, despite individuals sleeping/incapacitated, so if we were 'rescued' by Grey Aliens or some shit, they would have not only had to erase a few memories with no discontinuity whatsoever, but thought to crack our odometers, and falsify records/evidence of supplies collected along a linear path. We couldn't find one of the supply drops, and that turned into a clusterfrick and resulted in the loss of one vehicle and caused us problems, but we found the rest okay. Conditions made it a better option to continue at that point than turn back. Like the old saying, "When you're halfway through Hell, don't stop."

            No to strange dreams, memory loss, or anything like that. I don't think my DNA is special, just adapted, and it's a bad thing in hot climate.

            Not saying your idea isn't technically possible, but there's no evidence of that, and no shortage of evidence to suggest otherwise. The idea this is another 'Earth' was not accepted lightly, let's put it that way.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Thanks again.
            Can you take us through what happened in the final moments with your team? Like, the moment you guys discovered something that made you think you were on the verge of a destination? Was it a radio signal? A light source? What were you guys feeling? Fear of the unknown? Joy?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            We could have turned back at any point, since there were supplies remaining at the drop points for that, but once conditions were improving nobody really wanted to have to do that and go right back into the worst of it. We would have had to anyway when we ran out of supply drops, and we almost had, (we later figured the final drops wound up in this Earth's Indian Ocean). So we were kinda almost at the end of our rope anyway so to speak.

            With the loss of one vehicle though, the supply situation was immediately improved at the next drop, but a lot of damage had been done by then, and it was just a bit dicey getting there and finding it. We almost decided to turn back when we couldn't find that drop because if we were unable to find the next one we were totally fricked. After that going back past the missing drop wasn't exactly the most attractive option either.

            Due to a mechanical problem, (which caused our final big issue and took me out of the equation), the remaining men all wound up in one vehicle for the final stretch, but the second one wasn't so far in that it couldn't be recovered later since they knew exactly where to find it and the exact repairs needed.

            We basically saw conditions progressively improving in the reverse manner to how they had deteriorated, so figured we were getting 'somewhere'. So a bit of a carrot-and-stick situation with hope of finding something and avoiding going back through the shit we just left having found nothing. Eventually we picked up on the out-of-whack compass reading and light. We of course wondered if we had some way, somehow looped around, so we kept trying the radio in case. Everyone was still shocked to actually get a response. Radio contact was why we didn't even get to the edge of the ice wall here. We still had to wait a while for this Earth to organise pick up and get to us since we were nowhere near where we were supposed to be and the obvious WTF? questions were already being asked by us and them.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Thanks again.
            So, did you maintain contact with any of your teammates after this ordeal?
            Was there anything positive for your personally that came out of this experience (long friendships, etc.)?

            Also, was this the last of your missions? Did you have any other adventures?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >So, did you maintain contact with any of your teammates after this ordeal?
            I did see some of them later at follow up debriefings and medical tests, but we didn't really socialise IRL, no. I didn't have too many problems with those guys, but some of them I didn't particularly like. The guy in charge of the lost vehicle was an arrogant prick and while I didn't want him to die, I honestly don't miss him.

            >Was there anything positive for your personally that came out of this experience (long friendships, etc.)?
            Not really. All the medical tests they did at the time and since gave me at least some insight into my cold resistance thing, whatever you want to call it, "Ice Age genes". I at least found my limits.

            >Also, was this the last of your missions?
            Pretty much. There was some minor things I did, but quickly discovered government shit is not really my bag. They did want to do more medical tests, but that became a pain in the arse for me and I had better things to do than get called in repeatedly just to be a lab rat or exhibition.

            >Did you have any other adventures?
            Ironically I'm not really the adventurous type. Like where I said I'd go camping, hiking, climbing, etc. it wasn't that often. I had friends who did that kind of outdoorsy shit, and I'd just agree sometimes to get out in the cool air, (especially during summer I'd go with them to the mountains or cooler climates). Sometimes being outside sucks due to higher temperatures and I'd rather be at home in the air-con. As you can imagine my air-conditioner is a fricking beast. I even had to bypass the minimum temperate setting because of some government regulations about the environment or whatever bullshit). So on humid days the glass on my windows can frost up, but in reverse. A lot of funny little things like that, but I'm not Mr. Freeze or anything walking around saying, "Ice to see you" or anything, (and my friends would probably kill me if I did).

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Was it the military who funded the expedition? If so, which nation and branch?
            >There were some minor things I did
            Might you be able to elaborate?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Thank you for your contributions anon. It has been a long time since something new like this has been shared.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            We could have turned back at any point, since there were supplies remaining at the drop points for that, but once conditions were improving nobody really wanted to have to do that and go right back into the worst of it. We would have had to anyway when we ran out of supply drops, and we almost had, (we later figured the final drops wound up in this Earth's Indian Ocean). So we were kinda almost at the end of our rope anyway so to speak.

            With the loss of one vehicle though, the supply situation was immediately improved at the next drop, but a lot of damage had been done by then, and it was just a bit dicey getting there and finding it. We almost decided to turn back when we couldn't find that drop because if we were unable to find the next one we were totally fricked. After that going back past the missing drop wasn't exactly the most attractive option either.

            Due to a mechanical problem, (which caused our final big issue and took me out of the equation), the remaining men all wound up in one vehicle for the final stretch, but the second one wasn't so far in that it couldn't be recovered later since they knew exactly where to find it and the exact repairs needed.

            We basically saw conditions progressively improving in the reverse manner to how they had deteriorated, so figured we were getting 'somewhere'. So a bit of a carrot-and-stick situation with hope of finding something and avoiding going back through the shit we just left having found nothing. Eventually we picked up on the out-of-whack compass reading and light. We of course wondered if we had some way, somehow looped around, so we kept trying the radio in case. Everyone was still shocked to actually get a response. Radio contact was why we didn't even get to the edge of the ice wall here. We still had to wait a while for this Earth to organise pick up and get to us since we were nowhere near where we were supposed to be and the obvious WTF? questions were already being asked by us and them.

            How did the 'supplies' get there? Just like magic or some shit? Larp like this is dog shit.

            If something could 'drop supplies' well why the frick were you part of some team 'dicking around'?

            You gullible fricking shit heads....

            Black folkLikeThis keep you from truth.... If you go high enough you can see the other bowls closest.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous
          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Man you frickin goy are stupid AF.... Here let me locate something with nothing. LoL

            Fricking moron

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            >be Zoomer moron
            >can't read anything longer than a tweet
            >starts typing before reading the fricking thread about how details were not explained
            >details were explained ITT
            >call everyone morons
            >look like a moron

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Kys gullible newbie...

            That's apparent you don't know how any technology really works...it must be magic for you.mmm... magic
            Toe to toe skill for skill, you'd be lost... Learn how shit works gay... If you believe rocket n beacons work yet can reach base camp... Hop in the tub with the toaster gay. You deserve it. I'm guessing you think Wifi or Bluetooth LoRA tech is magic. Do you know how to parse serial data over Bluetooth? I bet not, let alone ol' school rs232. gay KYs Black person.. betting you can't even use the citizen band radio to save your life.. what's a CB?? Help mommy.... Just do it already Black person, cuz tick tock, ur times short, and we soon wear faces like the cartel does.... No worries the recipients are like you. It's going to be fun

            You are the fricking problem... Black folkhomosexuals such as yourself, can't see larp to save ur life.

            Not long now..... Infact it'll be a much better place without you Black folk here anymore . Not my problem..

            You'll never make skipping this bowl, rest assured. You don't have what it takes.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Just so everyone knows this is basically the plot of a movie from the 60s except its a 2nd earth behind the sun.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >implying anything couldn't be roughly equated to a gazillion works of fiction
        Like saying if aliens actually came to Earth and they were hostile that it's just like [this set of movies and books where aliens are hostile], and if they weren't it's just like [this other set of movies and books where aliens are peaceful]. There's not a lot of options outside that for reality to actually fit into. Truth is often stranger than fiction, but just like the Greeks figuring out the first principles of Atomic Theory, (you can either divide matter infinitely or you can't), sometimes there aren't that many fundamental possibilities.
        'Journey to the Far Side of the Sun' (1969), original title: 'Doppelgänger': https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064519/
        Here's another one I found while I was looking for the title of the 60's film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8hEwMMDtFY
        Also Ray Bradbury's 'The Martian Chronicles' because they were sent by NASA/military, called them 'Expeditions' too, had multiple expeditions some of which that were mysteriously lost, and it was really hard to get there, they lost radio contact, etc.: https://youtu.be/XxFl8rQC4gk?t=1929
        Just the stuff that comes to mind, but there would be no shortage of other movies, shows, and books you could equate any new reality to either way.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >starts interesting

      https://i.imgur.com/AdTrTSh.png

      [...]
      When you get in far enough past the ice wall say goodbye to sunlight and even starlight because you're no longer under any firmament. As you move further away you can tell that the ball Earth is a total lie because of this. That's one of the reasons it's so hard to traverse the ice plane. Total darkness, and no moonlight obviously. Not just for six months of the year, but permanent pitch black because the light doesn't even reach you from the Earth you just left, for the reasons Flat Earthers always talk about, perspective and limited distance that light travels, (not curvature).

      We were dropping transponders so we knew we were on a straight bearing though. Previous expeditions would go on different vectors to look for anything, that was part of the experiment. We followed the 1973 path though because they did seem to get to improving conditions, but I don't know how lucky we were to hit another 'Earth' the way we did. Some of those other expeditions might have had to travel multiple times the distance until they got anywhere, as I understand it.

      One strange aspect was the direction we left, and the one we returned from were near, but not exactly 180 degrees, meaning this "Earth" has a slightly different orientation in relation to my original 'Earth'. I don't know why or what it could mean. I always had a creepy feeling that if we tried to go back the way we came we might not even get back to my original Earth, because if this 'Earth' is the same then the team of 'us' that left this one took the same route, so how could that even work out geometrically? Because of the offset that would mean there was a ring of Earths or something? But I don't think that's how it works.

      If you could I presume they might have been able to use todays technology to create some 'trade route' between the two, but I think it would still be a challenge even today to traverse the distance. Something is not right and why I refused to go on later expeditions.

      >instantly exposes self as larping christcuck flat earther
      Another interesting thread ruined.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      y'all really believe borderline creepypasta shit

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        From some gay who believes whatever NASA tells him.

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          Do you believe anons story? If so, why?

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Nobody on EerieWeb would make up a story.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Imagine brainlessly believing NASA's obvious bullshit that is obvious, and then running around questioning everyone else.

            Nobody on EerieWeb would make up a story.

            Blind NASA sheeple like the above homosexual is the shit you can't make up.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Do you believe anons story. This has nothing to do with NASA. Do YOU believe anons story, and if so, why? At Ieast least this

            Internal consistency and logic. No totally outlandish claims that have no plausible connection to reality. Talks and reacts like a normal human being to the weird shit he was involved in. Explains a lot.

            anon explains why, although the reasons they gave is exactly what I would add if I was trying to have a halfway believable LARP, but to each their own. Son of anons Antarctica scientist dads story was far better

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            >This has nothing to do with NASA
            NASA shill trying to distance himself from NASA to pretend he isn't a NASA shill shilling for NASA. Obviously your posts have everything to do with NASA because you're a shill shilling for NASA hard because the truth is bad for NASA. Nice try NASA shill. Go shill for NASA someplace else.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            imagine not being able to prove your ball earth is real this hard and getting your sorry ass handed to you by flat earthers who don't even have to break a sweat to prove how wrong you are turning you into a laughing stock then getting this mad about it
            sad

            Is there a reason why you cant answer my simple question, and why do you keep deflecting? Im not even that anon, and you are just making broad statements about what I think, without me even remotely shilling for NASA. You dont even know my stance on them. Why am I a shill when im asking a simple question? So one more time- do YOU believe anons story, and if so, why? This is about a anon claming they walked to a alternate world, do you believe them? Dont throw nasa bullshit into the mix, just answer the question. Why do you think your handling me my ass when you wont answer my question? How are you proving me wrong when im simply asking a question. Get off your high-horse, Stop making shit up, answer my question. Nothing more, nothing less.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            >Dont throw nasa bullshit into the mix
            Obvious NASA shills that are obvious but don't want you to connect their shilling to NASA LOL.
            Nice try NASA, but /x/ isn't full of the usual brainwashed idiots you dupe. Better luck next time.

            Looks like we hit a nerve for so many NASA shills to spend so much time trying to shill their globe lies in this thread, even more proof.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Holy shit anon you see NASA and just ignore everything else. Do you believe in anons story? Thats all im asking. Just answer the question. Yes. Or no. Stop deflecting.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            www.onemoreorbit.com/
            completely NASA free, heavily documented orbit of Earth from North to South pole in a Business Jet in 2019.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            imagine not being able to prove your ball earth is real this hard and getting your sorry ass handed to you by flat earthers who don't even have to break a sweat to prove how wrong you are turning you into a laughing stock then getting this mad about it
            sad

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Human perspective is like a fisheye lens, it looks round from our perspective. I assume this dissipates at certain altitudes and distances given Buzz’s meltdown

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Buzz is such a fricking b***h. Thinks he's entitled to do whatever he wants and get away with it. Bart Sibrel should have hit back and shoved his fist down his lying wienersucking throat.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            Internal consistency and logic. No totally outlandish claims that have no plausible connection to reality. Talks and reacts like a normal human being to the weird shit he was involved in. Explains a lot.

  30. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The ones who really love you.

  31. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Only rope. In more straightforward terms once a female hits the wall there is no hope for her and she should kill herself or find someone to do it for her.

  32. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The friends we made in the way.

  33. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    giants

  34. 2 weeks ago
    Garrote

    All alone
    Or in twos
    The ones who really
    Love you
    Walk up and down
    Outside the wall

  35. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing, nor should it interest you what is inside a frozen wasteland, all that matters is the israel being attacked.

  36. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    OP, i think you should be more concerned with what's beneath the wall

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      OP has no clue how right you are anon

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        https://i.imgur.com/4yLVUQL.jpeg

        OP, i think you should be more concerned with what's beneath the wall

        I've never been more convinced of demonic entities existing than seeing the things that lives under the Antarctic.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Extremely dumb take

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/mlixTst.jpeg

      OP has no clue how right you are anon

      Did your team take ice samples? Did they try using ground-penetrating radar to see if there was anything under the ice? Was there an outer sun in the Ice Plane? Or was it 24/7 darkness? How'd the team travel in a straight line? Do compasses work in the Ice Plane?

      I did hear snippets that led me to believe they tried using submarines to check if there was any way through the perimeter landmass under "Antarctica", but pretty much gave up when they discovered isolated underground lakes outside of that.

      I'm sort of extrapolating based on what I did hear, but if they found a way through the landmass of Antarctica or even did find a continuous ocean under the ice plane, the obvious move would be to take a nuclear sub through, (even if they had to move it over ice and drop it in further out). Not sure it could ever surface again anywhere else, not sure how thick the ice would be, and would seemingly hit another "continental" landmass when it got to another 'Earth', but would at least be able to map some shit out.

      The fact they sent us the way they did indicated to me that wasn't possible, or they found no continuous ocean. They might have explored individual underground lakes like this though for all I know. Also the underground lake in "Antarctica" is an example of them being smaller size and lower density that both increase as you go further out, so at some point they might all connect into some contiguous ocean in-between 'Earths'.

      As you point out though, God only knows what weird flora and fauna you might find in a place like that. Maybe that's why I've never heard anything. Maybe subs just don't come back.

      When I saw the weird shit in underground "Antarctic" lakes though, I did start to wonder if they were some kind of older lifeforms not just isolated by "Antarctic" ice, but by isolation of the 'Earth' itself from whatever is under the ice plane. Like maybe it managed to encroach and/or somehow interbreed with long-isolated and evolutionarily different Earth life.

      Hmmm ... I wonder if they knew we were from a different 'Earth' due to some difference in microscopic life we brought with us. Still doesn't make a lot of sense though.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      tell me more

  37. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    ANOTHER WALL

  38. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    conjugated waves

  39. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    all the rest

  40. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i went behind the wall and got pussy

  41. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The back walls.

  42. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    How about this, troll bro:

    1. Gather a sizable amount of people who believe in a Flat Earth.

    2. Gather funds "for the cause"

    3. Begin taking out ads in major news papers, television, websites, YouTube sponsorships, billboards, magazines, banners on planes, a blimp, or anything that will grab the attention of the non-believers that you're going to prove everyone wrong. You're going to show the world at large that the Earth is flat by SAILING TO THE ICE WALL.

    4. Set a date and set sail.

    5. Have everyone LIVE STREAM the entire trip. That way the folks who are "in on it" will have no way of proving you wrong once you get to the Ice Wall™ Not only that, but they wouldn't be able to take you all out due to the stream, right? Because that'll be proof in and of itself that there's a CON$PIRACY afoot if they attempt to stop you all.

    6. Revel in the glory of being the new guitarist for the Deftones.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, and while you're at it Naruto run into Area 51 because they can't stop all of us.

      Nice play obvious Spherecuck shill.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Nobody claims that anyone can go to area 51. Pretty much every government says you can go to Antarctica as long as you've got a permit, and that permits for tourism are easy to get as long as you meet safety guidelines.
        Prove them wrong. Flat earthers haven't even TRIED to get a permit.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >permit
          >safety guidelines
          Give me a break.

          Why the frick would you need any kind "permit" to go to a supposedly desolate ice continent and walk around wherever you want?
          >inb4 usual lame literal "Globalist" justifications. 'muh fairy penguins', etc.

          Who do you think you're even kidding? Frick off.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >wahhh but I don't WANT to apply for a permit wahhhhh
            You don't have to if you're from a country that isn't a member of the treaty, and you're expedition doesn't set out from a country that is a member of the treaty.

            There's pretty much no military presence there whatsoever (thanks to the Antarctic Treaty). People have made unauthorized trips and only been fined when they got back home.

            It seems like you just want an excuse to do nothing.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >inb4 usual lame literal "Globalist" justifications

            >wahhh but I don't WANT to apply for a permit wahhhhh
            You don't have to if you're from a country that isn't a member of the treaty, and you're expedition doesn't set out from a country that is a member of the treaty.

            There's pretty much no military presence there whatsoever (thanks to the Antarctic Treaty). People have made unauthorized trips and only been fined when they got back home.

            It seems like you just want an excuse to do nothing.

            >You don't have to if you're from a country that isn't a member of the treaty, and you're expedition doesn't set out from a country that is a member of the treaty.
            >There's pretty much no military presence there whatsoever (thanks to the Antarctic Treaty). People have made unauthorized trips and only been fined when they got back home.
            >It seems like you just want an excuse to do nothing.

            Imagine unironically believing what you're told by the same people pushing this bullshit and telling you that you need a permit. This was my favorite part:
            >There's pretty much no military presence there whatsoever (thanks to the Antarctic Treaty).
            >pretty much no military presence there whatsoever
            >pretty much no military presence -----------------------
            > --------------- no military presence there whatsoever

            Literal double-talk, saying something without saying it by using weasel words.

            >(thanks to the Antarctic Treaty)
            Yeah sure. Tell us more about what they told you.

            >Flat earthers haven't even TRIED to get a permit
            When it's actually you that hasn't, and yet you're an expert on the process as if they'll just approve anyone to do whatever they want. Why would you need a 'permit' at all if that's the case? That's what you gays can't answer. You can only regurgitate what you've be told about how it's 'easy and no big deal mang'. Reminds me of a joke:
            Q: How do you confuse a Globe cuck?
            A: Make him believe he's on a globe and tell him to take a flying leap off the edge.

            You people are so brainwashed it's pathetic. Carrying water for the same people obviously lying to you. If you homosexuals are going to insult our intelligence, the least you can do is get your fricking story straight:
            https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/news-and-latest-activity/operations/south-atlantic/antarctic-patrol
            >just look at the radomes on that thing
            Yeah, you can totally go down there no problem you guys! kys

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            So live stream the military coming after you, you'll be legends. Seriously people use to risk their lives going to antarcita but now flat earthers wont even plan a pleasure cruise.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >implying some tourist shit is anything like investigating what's beyond the ice wall
            Go frick yourself globe shill.

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            >stop expecting me to prove my beliefs!!!1

          • 1 week ago
            Anonymous

            If space is real then where don't rockets go up moron? They don't. Proof!

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I'm not believing what I'm told, I'm saying you should test what you've been told. You refuse to do so because you're dogmatically convinced of your position. Also you're lazy.

            >https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/news-and-latest-activity/operations/south-atlantic/antarctic-patrol
            >There is one (1) British naval research ship patrolling the Antarctic
            Very convincing. You definitely couldn't get past such an impenetrable barrier.
            Just admit you're fricking lazy.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            just launch a solar powered drone with a livestream

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            If the weather takes it down they'll claim it was shot down by the military and it proves that they could never go themselves.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Defeatist or glowie, call it.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You're a homosexual.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          FAKE AND GAY.
          show the coin.

          How about this, troll bro:

          1. Gather a sizable amount of people who believe in a Flat Earth.

          2. Gather funds "for the cause"

          3. Begin taking out ads in major news papers, television, websites, YouTube sponsorships, billboards, magazines, banners on planes, a blimp, or anything that will grab the attention of the non-believers that you're going to prove everyone wrong. You're going to show the world at large that the Earth is flat by SAILING TO THE ICE WALL.

          4. Set a date and set sail.

          5. Have everyone LIVE STREAM the entire trip. That way the folks who are "in on it" will have no way of proving you wrong once you get to the Ice Wall™ Not only that, but they wouldn't be able to take you all out due to the stream, right? Because that'll be proof in and of itself that there's a CON$PIRACY afoot if they attempt to stop you all.

          6. Revel in the glory of being the new guitarist for the Deftones.

          >6. Revel in the glory of being the new guitarist for the Deftones.
          you truly understand disney level evil. *tips fedora*

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Wouldn’t most people think they just sailed to Antarctica even if it were a flat earth ice wall?

  43. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Maurice

  44. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Just more and more Black folk these days, init

  45. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    More ice, and darkness.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >mfw the photos of ceres was a leaked NASA outpost near the outer rim of the ice wall from above
      >mfw the photo of pluto is actually the dark side of the real ice earth

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous
    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous
  46. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Are those pajeets pooing on the ice in the distance?

  47. 2 weeks ago
    Bryce

    You will never know

  48. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing, literally nothing
    Just because the matrix is running on matrixVIDIA RTX9000000 GPUs which can only render would until the wall

  49. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Infinity

  50. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >what's beyond the wall?
    me, and I’m horny

  51. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >what's beyond the wall?
    If you're a woman, cats. Lots and lots of cats.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      god, i hate crazy, old cat ladies more than anything. total narcissistic psychos. thinking her cats give one frick what she's babbling on about to them

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        If you like /x/, I'll tell you a 100% REAL demonstrable worldwide 'conspiracy' involving cat ladies. I'm totally serious. It's happening right now under you nose.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >If you like
          I'd very much like to hear it

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I should probably make a new thread for it later, but I'll link it here.

  52. 2 weeks ago
    Justice

    >he just figured out you cannot escape the demiurge.

    children are starting to wake up.
    good.
    but rapture is real its called iteleport.
    :DDD

  53. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Me 🙂

  54. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Titans, do not go outside unless you are levi

  55. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    god, i hate crazy, old internet users more than anything. total narcissistic psychos. thinking the void gives one frick about what they babble on into it

  56. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Wildlings.

  57. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    THE DARK LORD CHIN-CHIN'S DOMAIN

  58. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The dome.

  59. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There's nothing beyond the wall because you already hit it in your 30s.

  60. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This thread was excellent, thanks anons. Very hard to come across quality these days

  61. 1 week ago
    Anonymous
  62. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Has anybody screencapped the ice wall anon's posts? Would be cool to save and share it in the future.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      it's obviously a LARP but a fun one at that. reminds me of a lot of the OG epic creepypastas like Dogscape. goddamn. i miss when /x/ used to be fun

  63. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >what's beyond the wall?
    4 more continents that are bigger than entire earth we know.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      What goes on on them? What's beyond them?

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        another /x/ anon once posted, that over the walls, there is a capital called "republic of steel" that has all tech, like antigravity because it´s a kind of special steel that causes it, and all people from nazis ww2 were there, and all goverments know it.
        so it´s like a no go land, because you can only get there by boat, and not a fuel one, because the distance is so far that you need ship moved with wind to get there and good amout of food supply to survive to get there.
        otherwise it´s all about them coming here to our land to say or do, with their antigravity flying machines that dont use fuel, so they can come and go as they please.

  64. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Surely EerieWeb could crowdfund expedition to the ice wall if there was serious desire to prove that theory.

  65. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    >what's beyond the wall?
    The rest of this planet that is the size of Jupiter, if not bigger?

  66. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Nothing. Then you get launched back into the map

  67. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    thoth is there you must find it

  68. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Earth isn't flat, so it's pointless question.

  69. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Whaling and gnashing of teeth.

  70. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone remember a video ages ago, maybe from the Byrd expedition of men in a plane flying over green land in Antarctica?

  71. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    How do yall explain the One More Orbit challenge in 2019?

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/GUEDQzD.png

      www.onemoreorbit.com/
      completely NASA free, heavily documented orbit of Earth from North to South pole in a Business Jet in 2019.

      Jesus H. Christ you ballers really are fricking deluded. Look at that flightpath, no seriously, just fricking look at it. Does that look like "circumnavigation" to you?
      I suppose if I run a scalpel around your dick like that and then NASA told you that you'd been circumcised you'd believe it too. How fricking brainwashed are you?

      Why didn't they just go around the 'spherical' Earth in a circle over both poles?
      >inb4 hurr durr the globe earth was turning
      Like the plane can't change direction with it or can't fly in a curve. Also you can't have it both ways, the Earth is either spinning thousands of miles an hour under planes in and the atmosphere or it isn't. Pick one.

      >completely NASA free
      • Astronaught gay crapping on about how he's orbited the Earth a bazillion time - in fake SPACE, (hence the name, 'One More Orbit').
      • Says he's doing it to "Celebrate the 50 year anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch".
      • Wall-to-wall spherecuck shilling, NASA fake space homosexualry, and propaganda all over it.
      • Usual Spacegay emotionalist nonsense like they're actually achieving something and it's actually some great technological achievement in 2022 to point a fricking plane in a particular direction and fly from A to B, that takes YEARS of planning, LOL.
      • Typical NASA Global Warming enviro-horseshit.
      • Specifically take time to criticise flat earth, which is what this NASA-organised crap is REALLY all about.

      Did you even watch it before opening your trap you fricking moron?

      Just read the description and it tells you all you need to know. Why would some gay just up and decide to do this at all by himself? Why would CNN give a frick about a plane flying from one place to another? You can see from their own course they supposedly got to the "poles" and then turned around and came back, but this somehow disproves the flat earth instead of proves it?

      You're either a shill or a brainwashed fricking idiot. Pick one.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        Drop sources and evidence, anon
        someone in this much denial is either onto something or schizophrenic

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          Just watch the fricking doco linked in that very post. I'd never heard of it before, but I was laughing all the way through, because it's the most hilarious shitpile of desperate NASA cope I've ever seen. It's fricking ludicrous.

          Highlights to look out for:
          >Their path clearly shows they did a loop grazing the supposed poles
          They never actually crossed Antarctica one side to the other

          >Indian b***h talking about the supposed Apollo 11 moon landing and how they didn't have any TVs in 1969, so NASA "generously" helped them pantomime the moon landing for the kids. #IshitUnot
          But according to Bright-Boy above it's "completely NASA free", (even though NASA shit is mentioned not 30 seconds in and they never STFU about it).
          Why the frick would they even put that in there? That they faked the moon landing for the kids? It's like this was edited by Eric fricking Dubay trying to take the piss or something.

          >There were two women on the plane who were literally - literally - being applauded for being the first women to circumnavigate the "globe" when their job was basically this:

          >inb4 she is a 'load specialist', yeah I bet she is.

          >At the end listen to them talking about all the things they 'achieved' by sitting in a plane as it flew in the sky, like somehow helping the environment or something, and whether it actually makes any sense to you.
          If you're buying this fricking ridiculous waffle, I've got a bridge to sell you in Baltimore.

          >Extra keks for homosexual literally taking literal piss and shit to the face from the ruptured sewage pipes, (yes really), and him having to smell like piss and shit the rest of the trip, and all these idiots having to sit in a plane cabin that smells like literal piss and shit. You couldn't come up with a more deserving pack of gays or a better metaphor for this whole moronic trip.

          I encourage everyone to watch this obvious propaganda nonsense:

          • 7 days ago
            Anonymous

            Notice the same double-talk with a simple flight as you get with going to the moon. When you ask why they could go to the moon in 1969, but it's so hard now they have to keep putting it off, they waffle some bullshit to justify it. Here you have a similar situation. When flat earth gays talk about there not being any direct flights in the southern hemisphere across the oceans like picrel and how you have to cross the equator and get a connecting flight, they will say that it's about hubs (even though the airlines will charge you for an extra pound of luggage supposedly due to fuel costs, and entire airlines can go bankrupt when oil prices rise) but they will also say that planes do fly those direct routes all the time on a routine basis.

            Also they'll tell you that you can get tour flights to and over Antarctica, that planes routinely fly over the Arctic circle, etc. Okay, if all that were all true then why does it take five years of planning for those dickheads to do their little four-leg "circumnavigation" trip that actually wasn't?

            Take your pick. Planes fly those kind of distances daily with normal passengers or then don't. If they do these clowns did nothing remarkable at all and it should have taken them less than a week to plan. If they don't then they did something special and it took them five years just to figure out how to do it.

            But as I said, they didn't really do it at all. Their self-described "corkscrew" course is the same slight of hand as this:

            ?t=250

            Once you've seen a magician do this ring thing in the same suspiciously odd way, you wonder why he wouldn't just use the ring like a normal person. Same principle here - why not just fly from one side of Antarctica to the other in a straight line?
            >PROTIP: You can't, because it's not a continent at all.
            They are likewise "tethered" to one side of the ice wall or they'll blow the gaffe. They do the same thing with the North Pole to make it seem the same.

  72. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Let's go back 10,000 years. We all lived in our little societal groups, not much intermingling. One society, let's posit Atlantis, separated from the others as an island...made a clear and forceful choice about the way their children were bred. Tall and intelligent. And over generations they became towering humans of staggering intellect. True giants. They conquered the old world and the new world. And they had great technology. They never invented the transistor, that minimized computing. So their computers were larger than buildings, the size of whole cities. Eventually they acquired the technology to merge with their computers.

    What does this all have to do with what is beyond the ice wall? Well, they eventually conquered that land too with the help of neuralinking into their computers. And the environment, which was at first a barrier to exploring and conquering that land, became their greatest ally. The desire to conquer or avoid death was still a preeminent concern for them. They found that the frozen environment preserved their bodies while they maintained connection to the computer, causing a sort of stasis where they could live for thousands of years.

    This was a great draw for this race of people. And they ended up migrating their and leaving behind remnants to control and maintain the slave humans they had. However, after a calamity in Atlantis that sank the island, the European/Asian continents overthrew them, followed by the American continents.

    This is basically the story of Stargate. But instead of space, it's on the flat earth. The New World would be Abydos, and Chris Columbus could be seen as Daniel Jackson.

    The Stargate is actually the Zodiac. The Zodiac gives x,y coordinates when you are in the stargate portal (open ocean and can't see land) so you can navigate your way to another world. The antediluvian civ made the zodiac using characters from their society. Hercules was a real person, settled in North America.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      He is the Lion on the zodiac. Hell and the river styx are represented by Cancer. And they are Death Valley and the amazon river. This theory is based on a book from the 1800s by ignatious donnelly, The Zodiac and the Antediluvian world.

      Image overlaying a zodiac over an azimuthal equidistant map with Europe at the center. The 'ends of the earth' are places going out from this center location and are represented by the zodiac signs.

      So, out at sea, you take the angles of your boat in relation to the constellations, do a little wheel spin because you have to know about star rotation, but then you can draw the line angles on the azimuthal map and get your exact location in the ocean.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      He is the Lion on the zodiac. Hell and the river styx are represented by Cancer. And they are Death Valley and the amazon river. This theory is based on a book from the 1800s by ignatious donnelly, The Zodiac and the Antediluvian world.

      Image overlaying a zodiac over an azimuthal equidistant map with Europe at the center. The 'ends of the earth' are places going out from this center location and are represented by the zodiac signs.

      So, out at sea, you take the angles of your boat in relation to the constellations, do a little wheel spin because you have to know about star rotation, but then you can draw the line angles on the azimuthal map and get your exact location in the ocean.

      So...what is beyond the ice wall?
      Warhammer 40K combined with White Walkers.

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Imagine how this group would have to produce energy? My guess would be pressure/atmospheric variance energy acquisition. Similar too old forever clocks that have tiny little gears and only need the energy that humidity changes produce using valve diaphrams that open and close.

      But, they are huge just like computers...I didn't say specifically but the Pyramids and Teohituhacan are part of a water computer system. Check out a youtube video showing basic water computers with logic gates doing math. It works.

      Can you image the mechanism that powers the forever clocks built into a mechanism that was actually the size of Oklahoma.

      That's what we are dealing with people.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        The story Gulliver's Travels resonates with me. It was an exaggeration of real experiences. What else is a nordic man that is over 6 foot tall going to react to aborigines. They are a tiny people. Every society back then was basically a separate little experiment that resulted in some groups expressing greater and greater differences in physical attributes. And yet, we have no example, seemingly, of a group that goes all in on manipulating the shape of their offspring proactively on a societal level. Just imagine what a society would look like if they had? Probably like the myths and legends of Gods and Demigods.

        And, as we are imaging? Let's also dispel with the notion that neuralinking up to a computer means these frozen machine gods beyond the wall are in some kind of matrix. They would feel as an extension of the buildings and entire society itself. Like you imagine a ghost can be or not be anywhere in actual physical space, there are electromagnetic wavelengths beyond our capacity to perceive that they may be able to enter and exist in.

  73. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    I hadn't refreshed this thread in a couple days and I wanted to post about how I thought this whole thing was a larp simply because of the stark absence of deboonker shills. This thread was way too comfy. But now, here they are, in all their fake and gay glory.

    I had a feeling that they were called away to canvas the Trump case verdict threads on /misc/. I guess I was right.

    >glowgay shill mission: failed
    >Ice Wall Anon: legitimized
    >FE schizo image that I don't understand: posted
    >thread: bumped

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Almost quints.

  74. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    bump

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      What's beyond this thread?

      You will never know because this gay keeps bumping it.

      • 1 week ago
        Anonymous

        The only way you'd know if I'd bumped the thread more than once was if you were one of the pedo-enabling mods in this shithole of a site. So tell us, do mods get paid extra to shill?

        Also BUMP from page 9

        • 1 week ago
          Anonymous

          They do not get an extra bump for shilling. The ones that do it are power tripping troony douche bags

  75. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    THERE IS NO ICE WALL YOU STUPID homosexual LET THIS GLOW ASS PSYOP THREAD FRICKING DIE THE REAL SECRETS ARE IN THE OCEAN AND IN SPACE YOU FRICKING IGNORANT BABOON

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      >THE REAL SECRETS ARE IN THE OCEAN AND IN SPACE
      Close anon! but space isn't real and the earth is hollow 🙂

    • 1 week ago
      Anonymous

      Frick off globe shill. Space is faker than your mother's virtue.

  76. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    If they built that wall it’s for their safekeeping. Not ours. They are far more worthy of protection from us than us from them.

  77. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine homosexuals believing this shit is real:

    Your tax dollars going to "satellites" to track literal penguin shit because muh global warming. ffs they're not even trying anymore.

  78. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    What they don't want you to see.

  79. 1 week ago
    Anonymous

    you noclip out of reality

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