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reply to post by CosmicDude
I read your link. That is an awesome find. Something just didn't sit with me quite right though. You know that old saying "..if it looks to good to be true.."? Maybe my lack of knowledge, but I would think that all of those artifacts being underwater for 1500+ years would have some sort of 'Mother Nature' growing on them.
The bird's eye view of the statues and what appears to be a section of wall on the barge deck. I'm assuming the wall failed at some point, so how did they retrieve that large of a section without breaking the mortar joints? Very clean mortar joints I might add.
The gylphs on that wall underwater. It looks like a scholar had just chiseled them out yesterday.
Also, the gold pan, gold was worth as much then, as it is now. Were they in a hurry to leave and couldn't return?
Your link looks to be a good source for information but it all looks too staged to me.
One last thing while I'm being so critical, I could have very well missed it but "Where's the '..History Changing..' part that's mentioned in the topic's title?
reply to post by 1Providence1
I did a preliminary search around Easter Island, and in fact there is strange things on the floor. Kind of bubbles,
with perfectly rounded bases, got my attention. But there is more,i'll look it in deep. I wish Google give us more resolution in the near future. If satellite imagery can spot a knife in the ground, why Google give us so poor resolutionedit on 7-12-2013 by angkory13 because: (no reason given)
Homer was also prone to writing fiction. Yet we found out that the city of Troy was not a myth as once believed. Who knows if Atlantis is anything more than a myth itself. But the possibility is always there that it wasn't.