Oh man, this is big

NaturalPhilosopher

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Very interesting NP (y):D..
What was the source of all that info, or will you as usual remain reticent again ;)?

The "Giant Impact Theory" is a generally accepted theory that the Moon was created 4.6 billion years ago, when the Earth collided with a planet sized object called THEIA...The Pacific Ocean Basin is thought to be the most likely place where the Moon separated from the Earth, after that huge collision..

The Trieste bathysphere collected rock samples from the Pacific Ocean Basin in the early 1960s...Could those rocks have been saved and used by the US as the means for saying they were, "collected on the Moon surface from the 1969 Moon Landing, that was clearly faked?...
then why is the pacific seabed only 70 to 100 million years old when the continents are 4 billion?
little weird.
 

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then why is the pacific seabed only 70 to 100 million years old when the continents are 4 billion?
little weird.
You were lied to at school about 70 to 100 million years old...Are you still keeping silent as to where you got that info from that I asked you about? :D..
 
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Atlantis at Bimini? Point 18 on the grid.
The so-called "Bimini Road" only formed a couple of thousand years ago. It's a natural concretion of sand and shells that broke along the lines you see. Similar formations are found all over the planet - most of them above sea level now.
It's called "beach rock" if you want to google it.

Harte
 

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The so-called "Bimini Road" only formed a couple of thousand years ago. It's a natural concretion of sand and shells that broke along the lines you see. Similar formations are found all over the planet - most of them above sea level now.
It's called "beach rock" if you want to google it.

Harte
except for all the anchor stones all around it with clearly drilled holes.
by law in the bahamas no coral encrusted rock can be cleaned up or permanently removed.
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