posted on Mar, 20 2013 @ 06:14 AM
Wow, now thats interesting....
Just to be clear, do they measure changes in the actual sea floor level, or the water between the sea floor and the water surface, or the distance
with which the buoys move up and down on the surface of the water? I alwasy though it was the last one.
Because if it is the first, and those buoys measured the changes in the sea floor the whole day, which would be weird because see floors dont usually
move much appart from near the plates, then I can only come to one conclusion. A number of very large bodies were passing through the water underneath
Which brings me to my last question, and OP please dont think I'm derailing your thread, would a large USO passing through water cause the buoy to
register that the seafloor suddenly rises and falls or would it register a change in the water surface level? Or both, for that matter?
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