questionmark Posted September 25, 2013 #26 Share Posted September 25, 2013 Assumptions aside, since I'll wait to see if anything pans out regarding this, the bigger question IMO is why doesn't an area that's alleged to be only 100 meters below sea level show up on any bathymetric maps in or around this location? The highest point between Terceira and Sao Miguel is the Dom Joao de Castro Reef and it's still 1400+ feet below sea level. cormac Additionally Terceira is of volcanic origin wit most of its coast formed just ~15,000 years ago over the Terceira rift dating from ongoing eruptions that lasted about 14,000 years. It is highly improbable that anything was built around the same period there unless the builders had a very strong death wish. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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