13.06 No Man's Land

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In order to prevent explores and tourists from accidentally re-discovering Greenland, a buffer zone known as “No Man’s Land” encircles Greenland in northern Canada and Russia, the two largest countries on Earth. No Man’s Land is defined in part as land that is unoccupied, while the Terra nullius is a Latin expression derived from Roman law which means "land belonging to no one". No Man’s Land in northern Canada is protected to the south by the Distant Early Warning Line, a string of continental defense radar installations stretching from Alaska to Greenland which has since morphed into the North Warning System (NWS). No Man’s Land itself is protected by Greenland’s autonomous drones which fly sorties 24-hours a day, seeking out and destroying any potential threats. No Man’s Land is also home to the Great Wall of Greenland which encircles Greenland in the shape of an Omega symbol (i.e., “Ω”). The massive wall protected Greenland from discovery and invasion prior to the invention of aerial machines, radar and satellites. The term "Defense" was derived from Great Wall of Greenland which is in essence the "Day Fence", blocking the underworld from the 24/7 daylight of Earth’s second moon which is located above Greenland. No Man’s Land is evidently depicted in Zephaniah 2:5, which states, “Woe unto the inhabitants of the sea coast, the nation of the Cherethites! The word of the Lord is against you; O Canaan, the land of the Philistines, I will even destroy thee, that there shall be no inhabitant.” The term Canaan is code word for Greenland in the Holy Bible, the allegorical and metaphorical history book of the Greco-Roman Empire.