Remote Entrance to an Unknown Underground World?

Remote Entrance to an Unknown Underground World? (Google Maps)
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In the Namib Desert in southwest Angola, this, whatever it is, is so many miles from nowhere you could be one of the very first human beings in the history of the world to see it should you venture out there to investigate exactly what the heck it is. (If you do go, please report back here, okay?!)
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AKpilotEMT picture
@ 2006-01-18 08:59:07
Wait a minute... that's probably the remains of a crashed alien spacecraft.
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@ 2006-01-18 13:33:40
And within 5 miles in a direct line (almost like a debris field?) to the South-Southeast there appears to be two more visible pieces, one very tiny, maybe the size of a city bus, and the other a few hundred feet long.

If anyone would like to pay for an expedition to investigate this, I'm ready to leave immediately.
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Anonymous
@ 2006-05-19 13:17:45
or a rock.
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@ 2006-05-19 13:41:49
a rock? HAA!

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@ 2006-09-20 13:57:00
it looks like water, pedro