This interesting project, borne from MIT's Media Labs, juxtaposes two images from Google Streetview, and asks subjective questions such as "which place looks safer?" and "which place looks more upper-class?" But why does MIT want to know?
Over the years, erosion revealed what lay beneath the Antarctic mountains. Scientists dubbed them "habitation discs," and they were all that remained of was was once a teeming city within these frozen peaks.
It was like a haunted factory, with its massive electrical generators rising up like armored fists next what was once modest farmhouse. The locals saw how it seemed to bring down lightning during storms, and they never knew why.