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Aquamundus: Introduction

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posted on May, 13 2011 @ 11:12 PM
70% of the earth is made up of water, an estimated 326 million trillion gallons. For a world so prominently covered in water, one would assume that it would play a larger role in our existence. The real question is how prominent is our world's ocean's and other larger bodies of water playing in the world that we don't see?

I took a screenshot from the google earth I pulled up including the coords. I know that the Dragon's Triangle has been covered in other posts, but its intriguing none the less, and I mainly wanted to use it as an example of what I meant by the above introduction.

Although we can't be certain of what lies beneath the water in the mysterious Dragon's Triangle, it goes to show you that something is definitely happening beneath the surface worth questioning.

I would also like to cover other topics related to the world of water, such as investigation into ways sea water can be used as an energy source

Sea Water Fuel

and possible cover ups and rare stories having to do with our world's water that go unnoticed to the greater public.

Underwater Bases

After all, when all eyes are looking up to the heavens with questions, the real stories are happening when no one is looking down below!

What do you think? Worth doing some articles on?


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