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10,000 year old structure found in Canadian lake

Posted on Wednesday, 19 March, 2008 | Comment icon 7 comments | News tip by: Alex Zelaya

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"In the world of history, thanks to Darwin's theory of evolution, the accepted cradle of civilization is commonly cited by scholars as being the continent of Africa."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Wookietim on 19 March, 2008, 12:29
Yes - because there is no possible way that one rock could be piled on top of another two rocks naturally - especially when they are in the water with shifting tides....That was sarcasm, by the way.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Shuriken on 19 March, 2008, 13:01
my thoughts exactly...
Comment icon #3 Posted by FairyJosie23 on 19 March, 2008, 18:35
In response to the two previous comments, here's part of the full article that wasn't quoted in the OP:The discovery of this mystery rock formation (an assembly of now seven rocks) were thought to be compound perched erratics (found in northern North America), where 2 or even 3 rocks happened to land on top of each other, leaving behind a natural structure. However, when geologists and archaeologists saw images of the object - a 1,000 pound, elongated and south pointing rock sitting on baseball-sized stones at each end, which in turn, were resting on a massive, several thousand pound... [More]
Comment icon #4 Posted by louie on 19 March, 2008, 18:51
It looks suprisingly like a Dolmen.
Comment icon #5 Posted by abadon19464 on 19 March, 2008, 19:10
Comment icon #6 Posted by www375 on 19 March, 2008, 22:06
Canada has been around for 10,000 years????? lol
Comment icon #7 Posted by MysteryVy on 20 March, 2008, 5:00
these claims aren't made by typical people like you or me (unless ur a scientist of some sort)come now, have some faith in geologists and archeologists, they're not all r******s...the rocks are just interesting, but some people on these forums should at least read and comprehend carefully-me being dogmatic

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