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Scientists Claim Existence of Drowned Pacific Ocean Continent

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posted on Feb, 18 2017 @ 10:06 PM
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a reply to: Snarl

I don't see how this is a claim. At one point there was more land and land bridges around.




posted on Feb, 18 2017 @ 10:31 PM
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a reply to: markosity1973

The housing bubble will long kill you before the fault lines move 10 feet most likely. Rich Chinese buying up porperties is not new. Was watching something online about it some months ago. Even in Canada they gave them free reighn because they thought it would stimulate the economy some what.

Turns out they just bought up all the houses and properties that looked like would sell for a pretty penny latter on. Ultimately the only thing it achieved is pushing out Canadians and them not being able to afford the prices on the houses they built. It was ridiculous, they could not even aford to live in there own towns anymore.

New Zealand is not the only land not for the people who were born there. But hey cant blame rich Chinese alone, there buying up properties here in the US also but not only Canada, also Europe, Africa, Australia, etc and pretty much everywhere else as well. But after all there only a small part of the problem. In fact ineffective and plain stupid government policies are more to blame. Sometimes you look at them and you think.

"Really you thought this would stimulate the economy? Are you joking or serious?" I mean nobody is that stupid? Right? Off course I am right. It is all for the most part by design from the real estate sellers to the banks to the middle men and women. Everybody is just looking to cash out. And well this is what happens. You would have to be blind, and stupid to not see it. So yes, it is by design. And unspoken agreed upon design.

And well, things did not bode well for those who actually have to life in one spot when the banks started becoming above and beyond bankruptcy and even the supply and demand game. So ya! The housing bubble will likely kill ya all, long before the tectonic plates or global warming will, in some cases by millions of years in fact.

The whole thing about the immigrant investor program and the housing bubbles in Canada start at around 15:00.


And well. Banking systems will be banking systems no matter which land our language they speak, money is after all the universal language. Whats the saying? Money speaks? Or something like that.



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 02:12 AM
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a reply to: windword

Your thoughts are right yes it was established long ago, only there are some people who like to keep us in the dark. Maybe the locals knew about it but the Europeans? We didnt know about Australia and few hundred years back America. Amazing how little we know about our own planet. Its like as if we we just arrived and those who were here had hardly any memory.



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 02:35 AM
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a reply to: Snarl

Makes me laugh that we still ignore what is obvious, there are planty of sites in the area. Not to mention what must be under the sea.



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 04:17 AM
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originally posted by: Marduk

originally posted by: namelesss

originally posted by: Snarl
Scientists Claim Existence of Drowned Pacific Ocean Continent

I'm waiting for them to find cities... *__-


60 million year old cities ?

All things being equal, and pulling tongue partly from cheek (so I can answer you), I am finding, quite often, that one or two discoveries can unravel many assumptions that were taken for granted.
Science's list of replaced Truths is long!
Wasn't there a recent article about some fossil, perhaps an egg, that was much older than thought possible?
Theories will adapt, or vanish.
The Truths of Aristotle were proven obsolete by the Reality exposed by quantum mechanics...
So, again, perhaps only half of tongue was in cheek.
I have no expectations (previous theories), thus, am often pleasantly surprised.
After all, what is 'evolution' in a Holistic Reality?
It makes sense that as evidence accumulates, the deeper nature of Reality will be exposed as new basic theories describe it, and new cars run on it! *__-



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 05:17 AM
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a reply to: Marduk

Are you saying that 60 million year old cities are not possible? How about fossilized cities?



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 06:08 AM
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originally posted by: Snarl
I don't know whether to believe it or not, but it doesn't seem so farfetched. It would seem there would have to be a lot more water stored in ice somewhere.

Not necessarily.
It's been known for some time that the area around Australia and Indonesia has been pulled under the sea several times by an ancient subduction zone the Indo-Astralian plate is drifting over.


Lithgow-Bertelloni’s global model of the mantle, which incorporated the history of subduction, suggested that Indonesia is sucked down more than any other region in the world because it lies at the intersection of enormous, present-day subduction systems in the Pacific and Indian oceans. And as Indonesia sinks, it pulls Australia down with it. Today Indonesia is a vast submerged continent—only its highest mountain peaks protrude above sea level.

These ancient subduction zones are created by continental chunks falling down into the mantle.
You can read all about it in this decade-old Scientific American Special edition: link

Harte



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 06:15 AM
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originally posted by: windword
a reply to: Snarl

I thought the Lost Continent of Mu has long since been established!


Ancient Drawings of Where Mu Was Supposed To Be


You thought wrong.
"Mu" (originally spelled "Moo") was a mistranslation from a Mayan codex (the Madrid Codex) by Charles Étienne Brasseur de Bourbourg and was glommed onto by Augustus Le Plongeon and later re-glommed onto by James Churchward.

The Madrid codex primarily contains almanacs and horoscopes used by Mayan priests for their rituals and says absolutely nothing whatsoever about any ancient continent.

Harte



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 08:38 AM
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originally posted by: ancientthunder
a reply to: Marduk

Are you saying that 60 million year old cities are not possible? How about fossilized cities?

Are you saying that the Flintstones was a documentary ?



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 08:49 AM
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there are a lot of ancient lands below the ocean..



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 09:03 AM
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I think it's more likely that when Gondwana broke up...& the Australia/NZ landmass drifted away from the much larger piece of that ancient super-continent...

that parts of the Australia/NZ dry landmass sunk into the ocean/seabed

the info being passed around at this moment gives one the impression that a huge area of lands which made up a African sized landmass of arid land (Antarctica-Australia-NZ) was a living habitat for billions-of-years...

that is not the reality of the processes creating the NZ lands separate from Australia & Antarctica... which also separated itself from the Africa & Arabia lands



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 09:14 AM
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originally posted by: Harte


The Madrid codex primarily contains almanacs and horoscopes used by Mayan priests for their rituals and says absolutely nothing whatsoever about any ancient continent.

Harte


The next question, the answer is going to be Philip Sclater's 1864 article "The Mammals of Madagascar"



posted on Feb, 19 2017 @ 09:57 AM
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a reply to: Marduk

Flintsones was a mockumentary, you wriggled yourself out of that one very well Marduk. I will give you a flag on the next OP you do, just for that. besos.





posted on Feb, 20 2017 @ 02:42 PM
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a reply to: TobyFlenderson

All mythology & legends are just that until they are academically verified. Sociologists & Archeologists, by nature of their fields of study, are the first to "believe" mythology & hypothesize the location of evidence of the true nature of the myth or legend. It is the "job" of sociologists & archeologists to surmise the lifestyle of ancient sites based on archeological finds. There is hard science involved from basic carbon dating to new technologies like LIDAR. However, less "hard science" things like how or if pottery was made & decorated, burials & funereal inclusions, signs or symbols of deities, etc... is also very important in deciphering how they lived their lives & perhaps from where they came. The thing is how the available artifacts are interpreted. Sociology & archaeology do alot of "surmising" based on prior evidence, education, mythology, etc... There's alot of guesswork. Think about how long "they" "surmised" dinosaurs had either scales or amphibian like skin but just a few weeks ago, it was fairly definitively found that some were, in fact, feathered. It seems to me that an archeologist would be more inclined to "believe" in oral tradition, mythology & legend than, say, a chemist.



posted on Feb, 21 2017 @ 05:03 AM
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originally posted by: LittleBurgh
a reply to: TobyFlenderson

All mythology & legends are just that until they are academically verified. Sociologists & Archeologists, by nature of their fields of study, are the first to "believe" mythology & hypothesize the location of evidence of the true nature of the myth or legend.

SNIP

It seems to me that an archeologist would be more inclined to "believe" in oral tradition, mythology & legend than, say, a chemist.

Archeologists have to look for places to dig. One consideration (of many) must be mythology and legend.
The decision of "where to look" has to be made somehow.

Harte




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