Retraction: September 3, 2018 – The coordinates for the artifact pictured below (75° 0’46.98″S 0° 4’52.71″E) matches Kohnen-Station which is a German summer research facility in Antarctica that opened on January 11, 2001. It can accommodate up to 20 people and according to Wikipedia, “it is supplied by a convoy of 6 towing vehicles, which carry up to 20 tones each and 17 sledges.” Therefore, it is more than likely that the artifact spotted by Google Earth which shows a total of 22 objects protruding about the ice (see picture), and which have led to much internet speculation (see here and here) are nothing more than logistical equipment covered by snow left behind for future scientific missions.
For that reason, I can no longer support the conclusions reached in my prior analysis of the artifact in the picture and am henceforth withdrawing the article from circulation.
Apologies for the error.
Michael Salla, Ph.D.
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What are you retracting? What did you say about it that now requires retraction? I did not see previous post on it. Thank you
What are you retracting if you would not mind sharing? I did not see previous post. Thank you.