SHOCK CLAIM: Antarctica is a big nuclear launchpad from which scientists control weather
NUCLEAR weapons have been secretly launched from Antarctica and detonated in our atmosphere by scientists intent on controlling the Earth’s weather so they can tap into its untold natural resources, according to a shock new documentary. The Antarctic Continent constitutes almost 10% of the continental area of the planet, that is, 14,000,000 square kilometers, approximately the size of South America. About 98% of the Antarctic Continent is covered with ice and snow all year round, With an average thickness of 2,000 meters, which in some regions can exceed 4,800 meters. If all this ice melted, the sea level of the world would rise 60 meters. Twenty-six countries have scientific research bases in the continent: South Africa, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Spain, the United States, Finland, France, India, Italy, Japan , New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, United Kingdom, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine and Uruguay.
THIRD INTENTIONS By 2040,
the year in which the treaty is to be revised, any exploitation aimed at obtaining natural resources, such as the extraction of minerals and oil, is prohibited. This discussion should become more controversial in the future: in addition to being able to have oil underground, Antarctica also has a large reservoir of freshwater - a natural resource that is getting more and more precious.