Antarctica is the 5th largest continent in the world, however the existence of the Antarctic continent was not discovered until 1820. Recently scientists have conducted an excavation of a human cosmic treasure Aliens are hiding under this frozen area thanks to AI artificial intelligence.

Dutch scientists used to map alien treasures in Antarctica. (Photo: Summary)

Did this discovery show the existence of aliens?
The existence of aliens has been a subject of debate for centuries.

The more modern science and technology develops, the more people pay attention to this issue.

Recently, Scott C. Waring – a famous alien hunter announced that he had found an alien in Antarctica.

An AI has been used by Dutch scientists to map the alien treasure trove of Antarctica, which is believed to have 300,000 hidden objects from space.

A famous alien hunter claims to have found an alien in Antarctica. (Artwork: Pixabay)

According to Dr. Veronica Tollenaar from Delft University of Technology (Netherlands), artificial intelligence (AI) will help them create a “treasure map” with more than 80% accuracy and this opens a new direction. New exploits for future expeditions.

The map is created by calculating and balancing many parameters to identify areas where meteorites can be found with high probability. The dataset includes satellite observations of temperature, ice flow rate, surface cover, and ice geometry, helping to predict the meteorite-rich region with quite a bit of accuracy.

Many alien treasure meteorites have been discovered in Antarctica
According to researchers, Antarctica is a harsh and challenging place to explore, although the study of meteorites is not new. in other parts of the world. Therefore this navigation map can help avoid the most dangers which can aid in easier mining.

Fortunately, many of these treasure meteorite mines are located near the location of the research stations that scientists built many years before. Research also helps calculate that there are more than 300,000 alien treasures still lurking across the frozen continent.

Map of “hot spots” to collect meteorites. (Photo: Delft University of Technology)

The meteorite that landed in Antarctica may not lie still but be moved by the glacier, so the AI ​​tool of Dutch scientists also relies on these factors to determine where the glacier’s meteorites are concentrated.

The Antarctic meteorites may also offer the world’s best, by being preserved in a “cold desert” environment, thus remaining clean and free from animal disturbances.

Glaciers crash into mountains and bring meteors to the surface in some special spots like the Transantarctic Mountains, which is where scientists can go to collect them in bulk.

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