reply to post by notreallyalive
are you really ?
Well ... Here we go !
- What stroke me in the first moment, when I saw this figure, was it's size : more than the whole Canariy archipel itself ...
You say 104 miles long ? agreed : if it's a City, it's really a HUGE one !
But who told a City ? I spoke of ROADS, not "Streets".
- But ... think of it : it's this size which brings down Google's explanation !
On board of these ships, echosounding the bottom of the sea, there are OF COURSE monitors and computers, giving in real time, the result of this
So, you think really that during several days, along about 2500 miles of sea-cruising at low speed, the reason is :
In this case, the soundings produced by a ship are also about 1% deeper than the data we have in surrounding areas — likely an error — making the
tracks stand out more.
"Likely an error" is certainly possible on a small area, but it seems really doubtfull that it is on a 10 thousand square miles area !
The man in front of the monitor didn't sleep severall days long ...
- Also, in the same Google's article, you can see
You can see all of the soundings that produced this particular pattern with this KMZ file.
Some traces fit (I showed some in red), but most not at all
Furthermore, the explanation of the result beeing a rectangle lacks ...
So, unlike you, I don't buy this explanation.
Looks to me as a deception.
It's so easy to give a "scientific" explanation which closes any further inquiry !
It's a fact : any evidence which should proove to us that there was some thousand years ago, advanced civilizations, has to be destroyed or
discredited in order to protect the interests of powerfull lobbies.
I'm still waiting some GOOD explanation to that feature.
[edit on 8/11/2009 by orkson]