Originally posted by vind21
Such as all the ones located at this link: Man made stuff
Eh.. I was HOPING that Yoniguni wouldn't be on that list and therefore taint my perception of the other 'natural' monuments but it was. Sure as ..
sunshine. Even on your list there, it isn't conclusively proven to be nature-made as one of the biggest arguments against such creation are the lack
of rock-eschew at the base of the various structures. If the ocean was picking up and cracking off sheets of Yoniguni, you'd think there would be a
debris field at its base or at least 'nearby' if it was the 'strong currents' that carried it away.
That being said.. OoooOoOOo at the OP. Interesting find..
and I don't think it's been mentioned yet, but although I can't agree 100% that I
think it's man-made, the argument of a 'covered' pyramid could be very relevant to this case.
Qin Shi Huang in China had a magnificent burial mound/temple/pyramid/mausoleum built for himself that looked like just another random lump in the
landscape, covered in trees etc etc.. much like the OP claims.