CHAPTER 13 – GIGANTIC POLAR HOLES
This chapter considers attempts by Reed and Gardner to prove the existence
of large Polar Holes, particularly the controversial sledging speeds of
Commander Peary in his trek to reach the North Pole.
It also analyzes many photographs of the Earth taken by satellites trying to
find visual evidence of Polar Holes.
My conclusion is really not surprising at all. The Reader probably came to
this conclusion even before reading this chapter. But, there is one
difference. I was open-minded enough to examine this strange possibility in
detail before rejecting it. And that, I believe, is a better and more
scientific approach than just rejecting the concept out of hand. I cannot
find one ounce of credible evidence to suggest the existence of:
gigantic Polar Holes here on Earth
(b) The existence of a small
exactly at the geographic North Pole (or even South Pole for that matter)
Marshall Gardner and others said that the North Pole did not exist.
According to them it was merely a mythical place in the middle of a hole
centered on the geographical North Pole.
I may be gullible, but I also do want decent answers to my questions – no
matter how stupid they may appear to others. As open-minded and gullible as
I am, I truly think we can lay the gigantic holes idea to rest, at least as
regards the Earth. A fool can ask more questions than a wise man can answer.
But, I’m not just asking strange questions to try to befuddle the wise men.
I have what I believe are valid reasons for asking these questions. Some
good has come from all this nonsense of mine. We found ATS III images which
nobody knew existed, and they were repatriated back to Goddard Space Flight
centre. We also discovered the proper explanation for the mysterious feature
seen in the ATS III images. We can also lay to rest all the nonsense
produced by the NASA winter montages and show that NASA wasn’t hiding
anything from anyone – at least not on these occasions.
This exercise, along with the astronomical observations mentioned earlier
should demonstrate to people that we need to be more aware of the images
which come back from space. We should pay more attention to detail.
Important facts may be staring us in the face. The strangest and most
interesting results however will never reach us because the computers will
be automatically removing data which is believed to be erroneous. This
raises the serious possibility that satellite probes also have their own
short-comings. Currently, satellite data is always considered to be superior
to telescopic data. However, since the satellites are designed with a
built-in myopia, they only record things within the ranges expected of them.
This raises the interesting possibility that certain telescopic observations
might actually be more objective and closer to reality than the satellite
data which is currently regarded as holy writ.
Having set ourselves free of the invalid ideas of the past regarding
gigantic Polar Holes on Earth, let us now re-consider the problem of
Holes from other angles. Dr. Walter’s testimony does not exclude the
existence of small Polar Holes existing beyond the Arctic and