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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
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.... my thoughts exactly...
Comment icon #3 Posted by FairyJosie23 on 19 March, 2008, 18:35
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. my thoughts exactly... 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 ge... [More]
Comment icon #4 Posted by louie on 19 March, 2008, 18:51
It looks suprisingly like a Dolmen. http://www.dochara.com/tips/dolmens.php
Comment icon #5 Posted by abadon19464 on 19 March, 2008, 19:10
The ocean ate the last of the land and poured into the smoking gulf, thereby giving up all it had ever conquered. From the new-flooded lands it flowed again, uncovering death and decay; and from its ancient and immemorial bed it trickled loathsomely, uncovering nighted secrets of the years when Time was young and the gods unborn. Above the waves rose weedy remembered spires. The moon laid pale lilies of light on dead London, and Paris stood up from its damp grave to be sanctified with star-dust. Then rose spires and monoliths that were weedy but not remembered; terrible spires and monoliths of... [More]
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
my thoughts exactly... 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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