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Originally posted by Iamschist
Forgive me if this is horribly off topic, but can the same technology used to map the ocean floor be used to find these archaeological sites, that are sunken? Are they limited to radar on site only?
Originally posted by zedVSzardoz
reply to post by SLAYER69
Did you know that England had MUCH more land around the same time as this is supposed to have existed? It was actually connected to Europe they say....
Crazy... Makes you wonder if we will ever get some of that land back that the oceans swallowed up....or lose more..
Originally posted by SLAYER69
Largest part of the Maltese islands is today under water
I'd thought I would pop in and share this one with those of you who are interested in this subject. It seems that Malta apparently keeps getting a bit more interesting by the month. This time the story is that the Island once upon a time was much larger and as has been speculated large section of land were submerged as the ocean levels rose during the last ice age melt off.
I wonder what interesting finds are in store for us?