Topographic Anomalies: Area 1- Bermuda and the Triangle
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The Bermuda triangle area is home to more than odd disappearances, it is also a haven for topographic, linear features that exist on the topographic map available via Google Earth, provided by NASA. The lines are all about the same width, approximately 5 miles wide and they continue on the map for many hundreds of miles. It is uncertain if the features are data glitches or if they are a part of the underwater landscape.
The length of Site 1 below is over 30 miles and the width of the blips is approximately 3 miles:
The red arrow below points to a linear feature in the Atlantic Ocean that continues to the North for over 700 miles. The width of the lines all seem to be about the same size of 5 miles:
The line below extending North of the Bermuda Island is over 5 miles wide, continues on to the North for 400 miles and is truncated by another line. Line appears to be raised instead of a depression due to the shadows that can be seen from the ancient volcano underneath Bermuda. The shadows fall in the same direction:
Another line that continues on for over 400 miles:
Theories of the Linear features:
- Signals caused by ship radar transmitting along the shipping routes.
- Unknown Fault lines.
- Data Anomalies.
- Pollution from large oil tanker vessels.
- A Gigantic transportation system for the Lemurians.
- Submarines getting too close to the bottom of the ocean.
Google Earth has recently been updated to a newer version that includes updated topographic image data. Many of the features have disappeared as a result of this update which implies the anomalies are more than likely data anomalies.
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This looks typical of an undersea volcanoe. As the ocean floor moves in one direction the source of lava remains constant resulting in this "trace" of the movement of the plate!
Is this related to great wall of china made in ancient time now sumerged into the ocean ?
"Line appears to be raised instead of a depression due to the shadows that can be seen from the ancient volcano"
it is depression - not lava trace
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