Would hot magma create these symmetrical eroded structural mountains?
Sure magma creates columnar basal rock layers but not 4 sided symmetrical pyramidal peaks.
Notice the fault or folded mountains vs the pyramids structures in Antarctica.
Do any of them look as if they’re remotely close to the structures in Antarctica?
Not a snowball’s chance in hell.
It’s not just 1, it’s multiple locations with pyramidal formed structures in the same area!
This completely shatters the coincidental card because now we arrive at patterns of non natural means.
The most disturbing occurrences, claimed by one military personnel who wished to remain unnamed claimed that several researchers have gone missing in the past and it was his belief that they had “made contact with the aliens”. Whether or not that is true is food for speculation. But the pyramid structures are definitely there.
Are There Pyramids In Antarctica? Ancient Antarctica Was A Rainforest That Can House A Civilization
Gulbranson and his colleagues embarked onto the adventure into the cold frozen depths of hell of Antarctica.
He journeyed to the Trans-Antarctic mountains and discovered some Ol’ school vegetation life.
They’ve returned home with 13 fossilized tree fragments.
Some of these trees are over 260 million years old.
Gulbranson said that the fossil forests looked different than forests today. During the Permian Period, forests were a potentially low diversity assemblage of different plant types with specific functions that affected how the entire forest responded to environmental change. This is contrast to modern high-latitude forests that display greater plant diversity.
“This plant group must have been capable of surviving and thriving in a variety of environments,” Gulbranson said. “It’s extremely rare, even today, for a group to appear across nearly an entire hemisphere of the globe.”
It was humans or some alien entity. There are no other options.
Some won’t like the idea that humans built them or some don’t like the fact that aliens did it.
If the structures are as old as the time as the Permian timeline when Antarctica contained a rainforest, then it can point to alien entities.
Human evolution doesn’t go far back, according to mainstream history.
If humans built them, then it would suggest missing timeline of human history which is very possible.
There’s been cycles of destruction and reformation on Earth that could have wiped out entire civilizations with little to 0 fossil records.
The earliest hominoid footprints go back 6.5 million years as we know of.
And speculated footprints that date back even further to 230 million years ago.
Are There Pyramids In Antarctica? What Do The Critics Say?
Eric Rignoc, a professor of earth science, tried to compare it to Ellsworth mountains which is NO comparison.
Eric Rignoc, Professor of Earth System Science at UC Irvine, who plainly said, “This is just a mountain that looks like a pyramid.” He cited a particular peak in Ellsworth Mountains, first discovered by aviator Lincoln Ellsworth on November 23, 1935, along an Antarctic mountain range called Heritage Range. The area is known for its Cambrian-period fossils from 500 million years ago.
Comparing the Ellsworth mountains to these structures is a poor attempt at a scientific explanation.
Ellsworth mountains aren’t even light years close compared to these structures.
Again, the Ellsworth mountains don’t even come close or fall in one of those categories above which completely refutes his flawed unresearched biased opinion.
The base of these structures are equally apart.
Some of the pyramids as we show 8 sides to, just like the pyramids of Giza
The surface on the side of the structures are more or less leveled out (Which is impossible for natural formation)
So the other reaching for straw theory is the Freeze-thaw.
He compares 2 vastly different structures which were nowhere in the same ballpark.
Mauri Pelto, Professor of Environmental Science at Nichols College in Dudley, Massachusetts, goes on to explain the “freeze-thaw erosion” that can lead to a distinctive, pyramidal mountain shape. Freeze-thaw erosion “happens when snow or water fills up cracks within a mountain during the day. When night falls and temperatures drop, the snow freezes and expands, turning into ice. The expanding ice causes the cracks to grow.” When this happens again and again, larger cracks can cause entire sections of rock to break off. If a mountain looks uniform on all four sides, “You don’t have any rock layers that are harder to erode.” Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps is a well-known example of this phenomenon.