reply to post by Manhater
Here is a reply that I made on one of the other threads. Your reply made me want to post it here. Tell me what you think.
My original post starts here.
I have been doing a little bit of research into this.
I think that people are overlooking one major fact. What was the region like before it was a "sea".
I think that this could have been possibly man made by ancients just like stonehenge or something.
I looked up the baltic sea region and when it formed.
The Baltic Sea somewhat resembles a riverbed, with two tributaries, the Gulf of Finland and Gulf of Bothnia. Geological surveys show that before
the Pleistocene instead of the Baltic Sea, there was a wide plain around a big river called the Eridanos. Several glaciation episodes during the
Pleistocene scooped out the river bed into the sea basin. By the time of the last, or Eemian Stage (MIS 5e), the Eemian sea was in place. Instead of a
true sea, the Baltic can even today also be understood as the common estuary of all rivers flowing into it.
Then I clicked on the Pleistocene era.
The Pleistocene ( /ˈplaɪstəsiːn/) (symbol PS) is the geological epoch which lasted from about 2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago, spanning the
world's recent period of repeated glaciations. The name Pleistocene is derived from the Greek πλεῖστος (pleistos "most") and καινός
I believe that it is possible for man to have made this on a river way about the time of an ice age when water levels were lower. We all know from
easter island, the pyramids and such that ancient man was capable of building some pretty bizarre "things".
I know that everybody wants it to be "aliens", but I am leaning more to ancient terestrial man making another "monument" for reasons that we do
not know of.
One has to think logical and go back into geological history to try to figure out and understand what is going on.
Not just a picture and a slogan.
I for one believe this more than an unknown alien entity.
If the object is what it appears then we need to focus and use logic. Not Holywood television producers.
13,000 plus years ago man could have built this, which explains the soot on the rocks, fire on dry land, by a riverbed. Mother nature's natural wrath
takes over and floods the area into what is now a large sea, instead of a riverbed and a small sea.
Think about it. I for one am surprised that none has thought of this.
edit on 28-6-2012 by liejunkie01 because: spelling