Wasn't really sure where to put this one but figured it to be a grey area. Found it
here and it links to a youtube video.
Very strange structure found in the middle of the ocean on earth. It’s roughly 4800 meters high from the seabed and 220 meter below sea level. Also
there is a hole going into the ground for about 3000 meter.
Very strange if you ask me, doesn’t look like a natural formation, way to pointy or sharp. Things in the sea should erode pretty quick.
Also I remember something on the moon that had the same characteristics.
What makes me wonder is how somebody is able to find something like this in the middle of the ocean... Except for what this could be of course,
although I think it is just a natural formation of some sorts.. Anyway, wanted to share it here
it will more than likely be volcanic in its origin , as it appears to be located on what looks to be a fault line.
I doubt that very much, these are 4800 meters tall, that is nearly 5 kilometres, over 3 miles high, volcano would not be able to create such a high
straight spike, there would be a roll off of magma creating the more typical pyramid shape of a volcano.
I have a feeling its just a mapping glitch in the data, but if real it is very very unusual
Uploader’s comment: Very strange structure found in the middle of the ocean on earth. It’s roughly 4800 meters high from the seabed and 220 meter
below sea level. Also there is a hole going into the ground for about 3000 meter.
And in the video its self, I am not saying this is a spike under the sea, a i said I feel it is most likely a mapping/software glitch, however if it
is real then it is very unusual
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