dark energy :lol: that goes for n e thing else they cant explain 2
Your picture doesn't make sense. How do we see the other stars, then? Because if the earth is flat, and it moved upside down so we could see the other stars, we'd all fall off!
They have a large blanket over it.Its impossible to see.
tbh there are enough sonar bouys in the sea to spot any ship that gets within 1000 km of it easy, and there are also enough radar sites that can do the same.and you wouldn't need to send someone there to kill them, just a cruise missile. the new range of destroyers can give you a firing solution on a tennis ball going at mach 5 afterall.
here is what it looked like millions of years ago
Wait, can you REALLY not provide me ANY tangible evidence of this huge wall of ice?
It must suck living in Richmond.
You can decrease it further by giving them snowmobiles and having them ride between waypoints.
Strategically locate some helicopter pads (on the wall or floating) and you can have heavy armament on the scene in thirty minutes. Assuming an Apache helicopter can fly 150 mph, in that time they could fly 75 miles, so we would need to place pads every 150 miles, requiring 521 pads. Obviously, if you don't insist on thirty-minute response time, you can do with fewer. Don't forget that the watchmen can see 15 miles away from the wall, so thirty minutes should be more than enough to intercept any boat that tries to approach, snap pictures, and sail to safety.Of course, this is all assuming that the only means our governments have of detecting trespassers is by looking with their eyes. We're neglecting radar and high-altitude spyplanes, probably with infrared cameras.
Considering this goes back to the romans and maybe even earlier, can you explain to me where romans got all this technology from and, if they actually had it, why is there no remain of this so technologically advanced society besides stone ruins?