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Originally posted by Byrd
No updates since early 2002, which in itself usually means that they went down there and didn't find any buildings.
Paul Weinzweig, Partner with Paulina Zelitsky, Advanced Digital Communications International, Inc., Havana, Cuba: "We're still very interested and excited about the initial finds that we made in cooperation with Dr. Iturralde. He's taken a respectable conservative, but intelligent, approach: 'We don't know what it is, but it doesn't look like geology to us.'
Btw, if there is any confussion, these structures, if they are that, are located on a piece of shelf that broke of some time in the past. Kinda like what some people are afraid will happen to California at some time or another
Perhaps you should look your London town plan first and then the rest ones:
These maps are based on predictions generated from a model of glaciation-induced sea-level change and so there will be a certain degree of inaccuracy that will vary from location to location
You should try harder, this time...
The maps were generated by subtracting predictions of ancient sea levels from the heights given in a global data set of present-day topography. The result is an estimate of the Earth's topography at the time the sea-level predictions relate to. The accuracy of the maps therefore depends on the veracity of the sea-level predictions as well as that of the adopted topography data set. We used the 5 minute Terrain Base elevation data set available from the National Geophysical Data Center . Go to this web site for more information on the accuracy of this data set. The sea-level model is based on a number of input parameters, some of which are better known than others. The largest error will result from uncertainties in the adopted ice model that drives the sea-level change, and the viscosity profile of the adopted earth model. The predictions from which the maps were derived are based on a revised version of the ICE-3G deglaciation history [Tushingham and Peltier, 1991] . The original ICE-3G model was revised to produce a good fit to the Barbados record and to include a glaciation phase [see, for example, Milne et al., 2002]. Details of the adopted earth model can also be obtained from the Milne et al. article. The earth model viscosity structure was chosen to be broadly consistent with a number of recent inferences. It is important to note that the sea-level model does not account for tectonic or sedimentary processes and so care should be taken when applying the maps in regions where these processes have a significant effect on sea-level change.
Marduk is out
two points for Dragonlike
From that mistake, dear Marduk, me the gullible believer, take the chance to look from a different perspective... so what's wrong since science is never 100% accurate?
all my girlfriends say I'm cheap
from a first look it looks like roads... just from a first glance