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Originally posted by Ladysophiaofsandoz
Maybe they found the drain plug. Nobody touch it.
Originally posted by heineken
Originally posted by speculativeoptimist
Reminds of one of those archeological finds of an ancient village. Some of them were constructed in a circular formation. Considering the 'natural' formation, this has me stumped:
See how the above and below cuts seem to match?
On the question if this could be a sink bomb from the first world wat
Originally posted by MidnightTide
So why havn't they sent something down to check it out in closer detail?
Originally posted by cyberslammer69
If I see a bunch of Swedes chasing a Husky in a helicopter on the beach I'm bailing.
Originally posted by Ross 54
At 60 meters diameter, close to 200 feet, this is too large, by far, to be the Novgorod, Russian circular ironclad ship, even if it had been in the Baltic Sea. This seems remarkably large, too, for the foundations of a bridge, so old as to have been forgotten about. Given something as notably circular as this, a meteor crater doesn't seem too unreasonable a possibility. To me, it looks more like a shallow hole than a built-up object. The newspaper is a tabloid, tending toward the sensational. I've not been able to find a single other journalistic account of the discovery, not even a copy or summary of the original article. Ross