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Hey Elon, How About Flying Beyond the Poles to Admiral Byrd’s Greatest Discovery?

img courtesy (pdf download): polarjournal.ch-Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd The Highflyer

Although it is said that Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd is the second Columbus, the famous expedition of Byrd of both North and South Poles is not listed in the top 100 great explorations of the last century. I wonder why that is?

Could it have something to do with coal, oil, uranium, food and seed storage and perhaps a whole new world that unravels the fictional earth map everyone is spoon fed since kindergarten?

“Lieutenant (later Admiral) Richard E. Byrd reputedly was the first man (along with crew member Floyd Bennett) to fly over the North Pole on May 9, 1926. Some experts dispute that Byrd actually reached the North Pole, but at the time his claim was universally accepted. No one doubts that he and his crew were the first men to fly over the South Pole on November 28–29, 1929.” https://virginiahistory.org/learn/richard-e-byrd

“On November 28, 1929, the first flight to the South Pole and back was launched. Byrd, along with pilot Bernt Balchen, co pilot/radio operator Harold June and photographer Ashley McKinley, flew the plane to the South Pole and back in 18 hours and 41 minutes. They had difficulty gaining enough altitude, and they had to jettison empty gas tanks as well as their emergency supplies to reach the height of the polar plateau, but ultimately, they were successful.” (Photo: Ohio State University Archives) https://polarjournal.ch/en/2021/09/21/admiral-richard-evelyn-byrd-the-highflyer/

“During his Arctic flight of 1,700 miles beyond the North Pole he reported by radio that he saw below him, not ice and snow, but land areas consisting of mountains, forests, green vegetation, lakes and rivers, and in the underbrush saw a strange animal resembling the mammoth found frozen in Arctic ice. Evidently he had entered a warmer region than the icebound Territory that extends from the Pole to Siberia.” Dr. Raymond Bernard A.B., M.A. Ph.D, The Greatest Geographical Discovery in History Made by Admiral Richard E. Byrd in the Mysterious Land Beyond the Poles 1964, https://www.scribd.com/document/53853713/The-Hollow-Earth-by-Raymond-Bernard

Whaddaya say Mr. Musk, any chance you can fly into what Admiral Byrd declares as “that enchanted continent in the sky, land of everlasting mystery,” considered one of the greatest discoveries in the history of mankind?

Just a thought… I wonder how many people have bunkers setup there? A bit cold for my taste until you get in those crystal caves. Imagine, living beyond the South Pole, where no one can get to you besides a military deployment. Must be a safe and secure location living amongst the Yeti, to do pretty much…anything you want.


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