posted on Feb, 5 2012 @ 12:52 AM
reply to post by GalacticAtlantis
Coincidence is often just that.
Further, regardless the number of years treasure hunters have been combing any part of any seabed anywhere in the world, new stuff is always going to
be found using new technologies, and also as sediments move, shift, and change.
A number of fossils on land are found this way, where rain. for instance, erodes a hillside to reveal a treasure trove of dinosaur, or some other
natural mechanism that uncovers or moves earth around, even when fossil/treasure hunters and such have been over that ground already.
This sonar scan may have pinged many times before as well. It's just not til recently that anyone has made anything of it.
I recommend waiting to see what the divers reveal when they go down in that sub. Most likely it's just a geological formation with
misleading/misinterpreted drag marks.
Don't get excited. If you do, a few more years of disappointment will turn you into a proper skeptic.