This next mission will be taking it around the block a few times.
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Your superstitious bullshit is dying, along with the rest of your stupid middle East campfire yarns.
You submitted this when referring to an ice self holding the oceans in from spilling over the flat edge. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-6BgIpiNkv_A/Vp5CT3FIHBI/AAAAAAAACV8/6Xiug7tEp50/w426-h336/FullSizeRender%2B%252818%2529.jpg
This is a 1929 picture of Antarctica from an airplane at altitude. http://www.acad.carleton.edu/campus/archives/exhibit/Gould/ImagesII/reachingrocks3.jpg
This is a documented video of a flight over Antarctica, with airplane coordinates of longitude and latitude clearly displayed. Not to mention the view of the continent.
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During the final mission of the A380’s 2006 technical route proving campaign, this next-generation jetliner flies from Johannesburg, South Africa to Sydney, Australia via the South Pole. The crew takes in spectacular views of Antarctica while collecting data on this test flight. http://videos.airbus.com/video/iLyROoafIlXu.html
Treaty, expeditions, history, and land claims made by countries of the continent of Antarctica.
Recent team that made it to the south pole.
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