13 Februari 1947, Antarctica vegetation seen by Byrd

strange (1)This means that there is vegetation on Antarctic something that is still denied.

Byrd's expedition discovered two large bays, separated from the open sea by great ice barriers. The bays border a 2000-meter-high plateau, which probably extends to the South Pole. There was also an oasis, with green-fringed water, possibly related to hot springs.

30 July 1973, Antarctica, ice desert with enigmatic oasis

strange (1)Still today not much is published about the Antarctic oases.

A biologist from the University of South Dakota collects water samples containing antarctic protozoa in a pool oasis located in the middle of the pack ice.

( photos: National Science Foundation).

6 June 1887, Work Aristotle discovered

strange (1)Work about the firmament by Aristotle.

From Vienna it is reported to the Times that a Greek scholar, Petros Papageorgin, at Philippopolis, discovered an ancient manuscript with some fragments of Aristotle's works. The manuscript probably dates from the fourteenth century and is 180 pages long.

18 December 1941, German South Pole expedition 1938

strange (1)The German south pole expedition that claimed New Swabia on Antarctica.

In the winter of 1938 a German expedition, equipped with the most modern instruments for scientific research, left for the endless ice area of ​​the South Pole. She was led by the pole explorer Alfred Ritscher, who wrote an extensive account of the preparations and the results of the trip, from which we derive the following.

3 July 1908, Tunguska comet seen before impact

strange (1)Dutchman reports low flying comet over Netherlands  just before Tunguska explosion.

One of our readers wrote to us: Yesterday evening on the West side of Leeuwarden standing on the Marsumer road, looking at the Northern sky, which at that time was bright and purple colored. I saw a beautiful sky phenomenon, namely a fiery ball with tail, it moved fairly fast from West to East.

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