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“Seid Creek: Green asked what is expected as the outcome on this issue. Robertson said nothing has occurred. NOAA previously said they were going to do a site inspection in March. Follow-ups have gone unanswered. Robertson asked if a letter from the Board would be effective. He explained that this is a construction site that has been filling debris above wetlands. Last year, a lot of it slid down into the wetlands. DSL has turned away from any enforcement action and the Corps never investigated. Robertson said it appears that Seid Creek is a watershed similar to Thompson Creek. Green asked for Robertson to continue making calls rather than the Board writing a letter just yet.”
Originally posted by poet1b
I saw this last week, and it was definaty presented as a scientific finding that the US military was tryin to cover up. Parts that were fictionalized possible events of the past were identified as such, while the finding of the body from the shark was presented as fact.
It this possible? I would think so, but I am not sure why the military would seek to cover this up. If these sea creatures exist, do they build structures under the oceans?
Originally posted by soloharmony
i absolutley loved this show it really got me thinking. i liked the interviews with fishermen finding spears in the fish they catch the best. i however did not like the theory about evolution thru the apes going into the water!