Telegraph Thinks Sea Level Has Risen 18,000 Feet In The Last 9,000 years

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/

I only see a couple of minor problems with this idea.

  1. The roads are spaced eight miles apart
  2. Their city is under more than three miles of water.

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13 Responses to Telegraph Thinks Sea Level Has Risen 18,000 Feet In The Last 9,000 years

  1. Latitude says:

    There’s also the sunken “roads” in Bimini, and some supposed sunken city 2000ft deep off Cuba……..

  2. bruce says:

    its a giant squid maze

  3. Allan says:

    I spotted this months ago. If you look directly to the east there is another more vast grid pattern.

  4. Al Gored says:

    “Their city is under more than three miles of water.”

    Clearly this just shows just how fast and catastrophic sea level rise will be if we don’t pay more taxes. It is no laughing matter.

  5. D. King says:

    Maybe this guy did it!

    http://tinyurl.com/yb3zwkk

    You just never know.

    http://tinyurl.com/6yp5zn

  6. AlarmistNot says:

    Probably just artifacts of the methods used to define the sea floor topography. Imagine trying to make a contour map of the USA with in-line data samples at a very close spacing yet cross line sampling at 10s and 20s of miles.

  7. Juergen says:

    The IPCC says:
    Global sea level rose by about 120 m during the several millennia that followed the end of the last ice age (approximately 21,000 years ago), and stabilised between 3,000 and 2,000 years ago.

    3 miles is a lot more than 120 m. It’s not possible that this is Atlantis unless the IPCC is wrong.

    • Latitude says:

      It’s not possible that this is Atlantis unless the IPCC is wrong.
      ==========================
      I’m not sure if that’s an oxymoron or not

  8. Dave N says:

    Refraction?

  9. John Silver says:

    Sonar artifacts.

  10. SOYLENT GREEN says:

    Speaking of artifacts, Steve. Did you get so curious search engine queries today?
    If you did, I may have part of the…explanation.

    http://cbullitt.wordpress.com/2011/02/12/im-thinking-something-might-be-getting-lost-in-translation/

    An apology may, or may not, be in order. πŸ™‚

  11. Gurgeh says:

    This was explained when this story first broke a year or so ago. It’s lines caused by the sweep pattern of the survey vessel.

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