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    lost city found

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/wor...00/1697038.stm

    holy shit
    this really makes u think

    who knows how many other 'lost cities' are still out there

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    Atlantis?

    It does'nt mention atlantis but i'm sure that what they are thinking.

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    I thought Atlantis was from mediterranean lore. People in that area wouldn't have known of the existence of what is now Cuba. However, no matter what you call it, this is freakin cool.

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    http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/wor...00/1697038.stm

    holy shit
    this really makes u think

    who knows how many other 'lost cities' are still out there
    Agreed. This a very interesting article/discovery. I am quite interested in the robot they are using. Hmmm...I love robots. I am not very interested in space robots. I think there is so much more to learn about our oceans and what is in them. I wish I could find a job that allowed me to come into close contact with aquatic robots. Man, my life would be fun (or so I would hope, anyway)!

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    I would read it if the site was working. It sounds pretty interesting though.

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    Too cool,

    I am following some of the other lost city links in the sidebar.
    Pretty facinating stuff. Makes me want to grab my scuba gear and go exploring. Too bad I gotta work for a living :-/

    --glenn

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    http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/wor...00/1697038.stm

    holy shit
    this really makes u think

    who knows how many other 'lost cities' are still out there
    Big deal. I found my lost toenail clippers. Twice.

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    Itīs probably not artificial. Remember the Cydonia face?

    They have found things like this before. A couple of years ago they found something they thought were a stone road in the Caribian (or was it outside Bahamas? hmm..). It turned out to be stones which had been carved like that by the water.

    "Oh, look! A UFO!"
    "Umm.. No, actually thatīs Venus. Duh *: "

    Nature is often more fascinating than most people think. It would surprise me if this turns out to be manmade. It would be cool though.

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    Fascinating, all right. The followups will be even better, i'll bet.

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    Agreed. This a very interesting article/discovery. I am quite interested in the robot they are using. Hmmm...I love robots. I am not very interested in space robots. I think there is so much more to learn about our oceans and what is in them. I wish I could find a job that allowed me to come into close contact with aquatic robots. Man, my life would be fun (or so I would hope, anyway)!
    I am interested in both space exploration and deep sea exploration using robots. In both cases, it is cheaper, faster and safer than sending people. Generally, the science is better too, which is really what it is all about.

    I think it will really be something when we find out if there are oceans under the ice on Europa. If there are, they could be teaming with life.

    There could yet turn out to be life on Mars if there are hot springs, and some recent evidence suggests there may be.

    Ops, I am way of topic. Sorry.

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