Did the Russians ever ‘land’ on the Arctic seabed?

August 10, 2007 at 2:12 pm Leave a comment

ArcticThe Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet states that the Russian state media used photos from film “Titanic” claiming they showed the bottom of the seabed under the arctic ice.  What next will follow, the story that the ‘Arctic landing’ never happened?  That only rings a bell about the ‘fake Moon landing’ by the USA. 

It seems that the only way to check if the Russian flag is there is to send an international expedition to the seabed.  If the Russians landed there once, they can do it again, but this time with inspectors.  I am sure the Canadians, Norwegians, Danes and Americans would love to participate in this.

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Entry filed under: Movies, Northern Europe, Politics, Russia, USA.

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