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Jimm78

1.7 Million year old bridge

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the article is rather short on actual evidence that's it's manmade, isn't it? "it's unique curvature and composition", it says. ok, so what is unique? and how does that indicate "manmade". not a single answer from the article, of course.

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Hello,

Found this a while back but honestly never paid it any attention, it has come again and am wondering if any one can give further news on the subjects authenticity.... Cheers...

http://www.whydontyo...ade-bridge.html

The article is nonsens but here is yr bridge : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam%27s_Bridge

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This is from 2007-

Adam's Bridge is not a man made structure rather it's a geological phenomenon, according to N. Ramanujam, Head, Post Graduate Department of Geology and Research Centre, V.O. Chidambaram College, here.

http://www.hindu.com...31713280200.htm

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Previous thread on Adam's Bridge.

Wiki on Adam's Bridge:

Studies have variously described the structure as a chain of shoals, coral reefs, a ridge formed in the region owing to thinning of the earth's crust, a double tombolo, a sandspit, or barrier islands. It has been reported that this bridge was formerly the world's largest tombolo before it was split into a chain of shoals by the rise in mean sea level a few thousand years ago.

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Well yea... In the same time maya is saying that we are the third and last generation of humans on earth. There were two previous ones.

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Considerable diversity of opinion and confusion exists about the nature and origin of this structure. In the 19th century, there were two prevalent theories explaining the structure. One considered it to be formed by a process of accretion and rising of the land, while the other surmised that it was formed by the breaking away of Sri Lanka from the Indian mainland.

http://en.wikipedia....i/Adam's_Bridge

Not man made, no mention of it ever being man made.

Edited by freetoroam

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