posted on Aug, 12 2007 @ 02:10 AM
I will check it out ... I spent some time scouring the ocean floor myself.
To the east of the united states, there are a lot of straight, intersecting lines. Almost as major pathways. They lead to islands.
I would think it would be quite logical to suppose that when the glaciers covered most of the continents, that continental shelf was exposed, as well
as many more islands. I think this is where all the real 'meat and potatoes' of ancient civilization and technology exists, and will be found if we
learn how to operate better underwater, or if global warming manages to throw us into an ice age again. The warming is real, no matter what you think
the cause is, I hope I don't hear a rebuttal, the global temperature is rising ... when temperatures rise, it gets warmer ... a 'warming'. This
shuts down the ocean when enough ice melts, and, then we get a polar freezing. Though, I think we have an awful lot going on in the next decade or
so. The sun is acting up, possible pole reversal, who knows what else.
Thanks for sharing the find. It will never be proved (or disproved) until we can fully learn how to search underwater with efficiency and
I do have a doubt though ... it's location seems to be way off. Wasn't it suppose to be relatively close to Europe? That could mean the north
atlantic, or even the indian ocean ... just throwing that out there.