Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by kmguru, Oct 13, 2002.
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Off Rota, Chipiona, Huelva, Tarifa, Ys, Helgoland, Lixus, Malta, Platigiali, Astakos, Abdera, Elaphanisos, Yarmuta, Sidon, Menouthis, Herakleion, Syrene, Gulf of Kutch, Gulf of Cambay, off Sri Lanka, off Okinawa, and many other places.
Wow some of those look amazing, especially Okinawa.
Yes, those were built by the Jomon, there are ruins onshore which look similar.
And there are stone circles down there, with the ceremonial tiered plazas.
If you google around, you can find pictures or remote sensing results showing the various sites. And there are some excellent descriptions of some of the sites from divers. You have to dig, but the info's out there.
With regard to "18,000 BP," I was referring to the last glacial maximum rather than the "end of the ice age." I should have been more clear. But it would have been at this point that the sea levels would have been the lowest and the climate the driest.
With regard to "submerged megaliths," there are many submerged rocks around the world. Very few are man-made, however. If you're suggesting any of the places you mentioned are, then you'll need to supply some sort of evidence in the way of citations for these claims to have any validity. Otherwise, you're just spouting the nonsense of mystery-mongers and significance-junkies that believe in poppycock pulp published by the likes of Graham Hancock, who doesn't have evidence to support the more fantastic of his claims to begin with.
The bridge may be natural, but modern human may have originated there....
I dont think its manmade.If it is man made it would have been straight connecting the two extreme corners of both the lands,and thus decreasing the distance..But here it is built too long and in a curved manner.NASA says that the stones are "formed" approx.10,00,000 lakh years ago,and "not the bridge".This point must be concerned.Even if we take according to ramayana,at the end of the legend,it is said that Lord Rama had destroyed the bridge.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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These photos are really so great ,I don’t have exact words to describe these extrordinary photos,its really a proudness for us to have seen these marvellous views created in those days when Sri Ramchandraji has stepped on this earth.
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