An Unidentified Mass Has Been ‘Discovered’ Near Antarctica
In case you missed it in all the palaver over the snow, aliens
have crash landed on Earth over the weekend. No, really. Well, internet really.
According to online alien hunters, there is an alien spacecraft that you can find on Google Earth, close to the South Georgia Island in the very south Atlantic Ocean.
Fortunately, only 20 people live on South Georgia Island, although that number is likely shrinking rapidly as they are evaporated by alien heat rays.
The crash landed 'ship' (I don't know which bit of that to put in ironic quotation marks) was spotted by alien web experts Secureteam10, who discovered the craft near Mount Paget on the island using Google Earth.
They published their findings on YouTube on Saturday and, since then, they have been viewed more than 150,000 times.
In the video, they focus in on something in the snowy expanses of South Georgia Island, which is one of the closest land masses to Antartica, well beyond Argentina. They zoom into an object that has a trail behind it, which is 1,000 metres long and leads to a nearby mountain.
They go on to claim that the object crashed into the mountain and then came to a slow halt in the snow.
Scientific opinion is split on whether the grainy Google Earth images are a downed spaceship or just a glacial rock that has been moved.
It does look a fair bit like it just collapsed in a glacial shift and slid down the hill for a while before coming to a stop, but I'm not an online alien expert or a scientist, so nobody cares what I think.
Let's ask some YouTube commenters instead.
"Umm that's when Superman crashed into that mountain in the 1st Snyder Superman movie," wrote one sceptical YouTube commenter.
"It's Santa's sleigh," wrote another, which is probably as plausible a theory as the one presented as fact.
Secureteam10 have 165,000 likes on Facebook, which clearly makes them more important than, y'know, scientists, and claim that their goal is "exposing the alien cover up, one leak at a time".
Furthermore, they call themselves "the fastest growing research outlet and source for data" regarding the extra-terrestrial, UFOs, aliens and the like.
Featured Image Credit: Google Earth