The Antarctic Circle does not and has never existed. However, the Arctic Circle does exist except that it is in actuality the Earth’s Equator, the halfway point between the top and bottom of the Earth. According to scientists from NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the true shape of the Earth approximates an oblate spheroid—a sphere flattened along the axis from pole to pole with a bulge around the Equator. It is here, at the bulge of the Earth (i.e., the Arctic Circle), that the atmosphere of the Earth is the thinnest, producing freezing temperatures nearly year-round due to the lack of sunlight induced by Earth’s wobble. Due to disc-like shape of Earth, beyond the Arctic lies the Northern Hemisphere, consisting of Greenland and northern parts of Canada and Russia. The outer most edges of the Earth (i.e., the rim) are depicted in the Equilateral arch found within Roman Catholic Churches worldwide. The architectural tribute was evidently named and shaped after Earth’s true Equator.
South Pole Exploration
The Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station is an American scientific research station which was allegedly built in 1956 at the Geographic South Pole, the southernmost place on the Earth. Considering that the station is located on the high plateau of Antarctica at an elevation of 2,835 meters (9301 feet) above sea level, it’s highly likely that the station is in fact upon a mountain range to the north somewhere in the Arctic Circle. In other words, the station cannot exist on Antarctica for the continent itself does not exist. There is also a Ceremonial South Pole which has been curiously set aside for photo opportunities at the South Pole Station. It is reportedly located a short distance from the Geographic South Pole, and consists of a metallic sphere on a plinth, surrounded by the flags of the Antarctic Treaty signatory states. This tourist trap was evidently created in order to sell the notion of the South Pole to the world via non-stop photos. Lastly, the “Aurora Australis” is an Australian icebreaker ship is the only icebreaker that travels to Antarctica. In 1998, the “Aurora Australis” became stranded in ice and was attempted to be rescued by the Japanese icebreaker “Shirase”. The rescue is telling because it is theorized that the 96 trips which the “Aurora Australis” has allegedly made to the South Pole have in fact been to the Arctic Circle which Japan coincidentally lies directly underneath. Also, the name of the ship is curious because the Aurora Borealis (i.e., the Northern Lights) are witnessed at the Arctic Circle while Terra Australis was the former name of Greenland. Therefore, it can be deduced that the icebreaker is actually traveling northward to the Arctic Circle rather than southward to the non-existent South Pole.
Earth’s Iron Core
Although Continental Drift has affected the location of the continents over time, the iron core of Earth has always remained at the center. Due to Earth’s disc-like shape, it has a V-shaped iron core, the top of which is Greenland (2) and the bottom of which is Ayers Rock (1) in Australia. Although geologists state that Ayers Rock is dominantly composed of coarse-grained arkose which is white and grey in color, Ayers Rock is unmistakably rust-colored which confirms that it is indeed iron based. This notion was confirmed, albeit in a de facto manner, by the Northern Territory Geological Survey (2002) which found that when relatively fresh, Ayers Rock has a grey color. However, due to weathering of the iron-bearing minerals via the process of oxidation, the outer surface layer of Ayers Rock exhibits a red-brown rusty color. Translation: Although Ayers Rock is not iron it oxidizes due to the iron-bearing minerals found within it. Needless to say, minerals cannot oxide if they are not iron. If Ayers Rock was not solid iron, the non-iron parts of the rock would clearly be evident as they would lack the rusty-like color due to lack of oxidation. This is not the case as the entire rock exhibits a uniform rust color indicative of iron. Despite differing greatly in size, Greenland and Ayers Rock exhibit the same general shape. Aside from confirming that the two are opposite ends of the same pole, it can be deduced that if Ayers Rock is iron, Greenland is as well.