Antarctica, hollow Earth / hohle Erde, etc

… no, I am not believing in main-stream’s doctrins …

on en.wikipedia:

  • Operation Highjump officially titled The United States Navy Antarctic Developments Program, 1946–1947, was a United States Navy operation …;
  • Antarctica is Earth’s southernmost continent, containing the geographic South Pole …;
  • Unsolved Mysteries is an American television program, hosted by Robert Stack from 1987 to 2002 and later by Dennis Farina starting in 2008. The show was broadcast first as specials in 1987, then as a regular series on NBC (1988–1997), CBS (1997–1999), Lifetime (2001–2002) and Spike (2008–2010). Lifetime once again airs the revived version of the series, but only in reruns … for conjectures or open problems in various fields, see wikipedia’s disambiguation list Unsolved problems;

Antarctica’s Beauty:

Other Links:

Bank bailouts, monetary policy, and credit default risks in the Eurozone, on, by Marcel Fratzscher, Malte Rieth, Sept 6, 2015: In a response the Crisis, the ECB provided liquidity to banks on a massive scale and intervened in sovereign debt markets. This column argues that bank bailout policies and non-standard monetary policies by the ECB had a significant impact on default risks of sovereigns and banks in the Eurozone. The results, however, show that neither of the two policies was an unqualified success. Policies which are intended to reduce default risk can therefore have opposite effects if they are not properly designed …;

Deflation and money, on, by Hiroshi Yoshikawa, Hideaki Aoyama, Yoshi Fujiwara, Hiroshi Iyetomi, Sept 5, 2015;

The Revolving Door: Former US Secretary of Health and Human Services Joins Humacyte Board, on naked capitalism,by Lambert Strether, Sept 5, 2015;

Fearing Mohács: Orbán’s Recipe for Refugees, on Dissident Voice, by Binoy Kampmark, Sept 5, 2015;

The Islamic State Diary: A Chronicle of Life in Libyan Purgatory, on Spiegel Online International, Sept 4, 2015: For months, the Islamic State visited its reign of terror on the city of Derna, Libya — until it was stopped by an al-Qaida offshoot. Farrah Schennib describes the horrors of daily life under the IS in his diary;


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