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The Sun's newspaper front page story (20/02/2009) is taken from a Google Ocean picture of the sea bed off the Canary Islands. It might show the spot of the fabled sunken city of Atlantis, it claims.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2255989.ece

Cool!!!

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they should send some deep sea hardware down there and have a good look
The answer is 'no'. On authority of Google Inc, the story has been rescinded, and explained as the after effects of a recent sonar sweep of that area. According to Google, what you are seeing is the search pattern of navy ships as they chart the seabed in that area while the pictures are being made.

Must be my layman self that has a hard time understanding how sonar (=sound waves) can create an effect like that on an optic (=light waves) medium.

Thoughts anyone? Any engineers in the house?
I was so excited about this...

Rinichan said:
lol.....it was not just a city, but a big chunk of land that went under the water that connected north America to the Europe area. People in certain coast parts of France (maybe Spain) consider themselves descendants of people of Atlantis, however they were about twice the height of people today. Also, at the same time a big chunk of land in the Pacific went under. I think the people of Mu are more related to us, but it could be both.

Rinichan is right, Atlantis wasn't just a single city, it was an entire continent of it's own, similar to the legends of Lemuria/Mu.

I find it fascinating that alot of things are being unearthed at the moment, if what they found is part of Atlantis, then that will coincide with the reports of UFO's on the rise, the fact that we 'may' be fast-approaching another pole shift, and also that we are nearing alignment with the center of our galaxy in 3 years time.

Wake up people, it's happening, and it's far from fantasy or dreams, this is real-life; from here on in, we're going to experience a hell-of-a-ride on the way to 2012...

...so bring it on I say!

Who's with me?
sounds like the old weather balloon swamp gas exuse to me and everyone is buying it ????????????????????
kosi said:
sounds like the old weather balloon swamp gas exuse to me and everyone is buying it ????????????????????

:) Kosi you're right! The Sun is worldly known for the extreme reliability of its sources, thoroughly researched subjects and razor sharp analysis.
Dear iDom,

Of course "The Sun" is the least reliable newspaper on the planet, but the image was there in Google Earth (that's my bit of research before posting ;) ) and I thought it was a cool article! No?

iDom said:
kosi said:
sounds like the old weather balloon swamp gas exuse to me and everyone is buying it ????????????????????

:) Kosi you're right! The Sun is worldly known for the extreme reliability of its sources, thoroughly researched subjects and razor sharp analysis.
Simmy said:
Dear iDom,
Of course "The Sun" is the least reliable newspaper on the planet, but the image was there in Google Earth (that's my bit of research before posting ;) ) and I thought it was a cool article! No?

Well, let's see… Actually a cool article would have been one on Prince Harry's (not Potter) underwear brand. Now THAT would have been fun, at least! Ha! :D
Hehehe...cleary our idea of "cool" is quite different! Anyway...the article on Prince's Harry underwear wasn't available when I posted this article. :)

iDom said:
Simmy said:
Dear iDom,
Of course "The Sun" is the least reliable newspaper on the planet, but the image was there in Google Earth (that's my bit of research before posting ;) ) and I thought it was a cool article! No?

Well, let's see… Actually a cool article would have been one on Prince Harry's (not Potter) underwear brand. Now THAT would have been fun, at least! Ha! :D

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