The Baltic Sea Anomaly Stranger Than a UFO

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Re: The Baltic Sea Anomaly Stranger Than a UFO

Postby Super Hans » 22 Jul 2012, 21:51

Fox wrote:Kill Joy!

What's to be made of these giant steps found in Ireland.They contain a staircase like appearance with many right angles? This naturally occurring formation was the result of naturally occurring giants who fell foul of naturally occurring leprechauns.


Hexagons don't have right angles, you dimwit.

Anyway, hexagons occur because it is the shape formed most naturally under pressure and within a contained area.
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Re: The Baltic Sea Anomaly Stranger Than a UFO

Postby trubadour » 22 Jul 2012, 22:17

can I laugh out loud here??
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Re: The Baltic Sea Anomaly Stranger Than a UFO

Postby Zla'od » 24 Jul 2012, 08:58

Hexagons don't have right angles, you dimwit.


In the fourth dimension they do!

Seriously, this type of story pops up regularly--e.g. the sunken "cities" off Bimini, Japan, and Dwarka--and conveniently ignores conventional natural / geological explanations in favor of...something that isn't even an explanation, really. In Serbia the government is promoting tourism to the ancient pyramids of Serbia, which some unenlightened archeologists accuse of merely being hills. Maybe Taiwan should profess to discover the ancient underground cities and mass sacrificial pits mentioned in the writings of Psalmanazar.
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Re: The Baltic Sea Anomaly Stranger Than a UFO

Postby Super Hans » 24 Jul 2012, 13:09

Well, the is some evidence of civilisation under the sea, and artifacts have indeed been found which are not of wrecks but of times before ocean travel. But artifacts which have been discovered belong only to sites of mere settlements, and man made monoliths are the same as those found on land - because they are one and the same. Rising sea levels after the last ice age undoubtedly covered up a lot of archaeological sites, but lost cities and vast UFO landing strips are certainly results of an overactive imagination, of wanting to believe and of media hysteria.
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Re: The Baltic Sea Anomaly Stranger Than a UFO

Postby Fox » 25 Jul 2012, 15:14

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