Abramelin Posted July 26, 2010 #76 Share Posted July 26, 2010 (edited) Interesting Abramelin... sorry you lost your info! ( My link works for me.. maybe it's because it was downloaded on this computer ? ... It was a rather large file/image over 500kb. First time i've tried using the My link thingy.) Anyway.. your info says the deep end of the porcupine seabright is 3000 metres deep .. and whether the features are Ravines or Ancient rivers they would have been formed on dry land ! right? Which means,at that spot, sea levels have risen 3000 meters.. or the land has sunk 3000 meters.. or a combination of both. Which seems to blow conventional thinking on seal level changes out of the water? No, they would not have to be formed on dry land. That was what I have been trying to explain in earlier posts. And the Porcupine Seabight is ancient. It's not that it just sunk around 1500 AD.... Add like 3 or more zero's, change AD in BC, and you're there. You yourself posted a map of "Zealandia", the plateau on which New Zealnd is located. It was above sea level once, yes, but like 26 millions of years ago. And it was not because of rising sea levels that it sank. . Edited July 26, 2010 by Abramelin Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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