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    Re: Perusing The Ocean Floor

    editing
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    Re: Perusing The Ocean Floor

    Well Zorgon, if yer ever up in the PNW area here, how about a fresh seafood dinner? Our treat.
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    Big difference in Mediterranean.

    I dont see any straight line grid there. It all looks like more natural peaks.

    On the world map, it looks like some grids strung between Cairo and Athens, but same area on the Med Map looks more natural ie random peaks and trenches .

    The magnification feature is cool

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    It reminds me of curf cutting a piece of wood to allow for bending, or possibly like expansion relief cuts in rubber products.
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    Re: Perusing The Ocean Floor

    Quote Originally Posted by Norval View Post
    It reminds me of curf cutting a piece of wood to allow for bending, or possibly like expansion relief cuts in rubber products.
    yes it do
    do you think we are looking at differences in elevation?

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    two ideas

    one: it was formed for varying elevations for agricultural climate variety

    another: we are looking at past mining operations

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    lots of unnatural geometry, squares, rectangles, and half circles all over the place

    pangea has always made me wonder on the cosmic collision hypothesis
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    This don't look like anything a collision would make. IMHO
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    Re: Perusing The Ocean Floor

    Quote Originally Posted by unipax View Post
    two ideas

    one: it was formed for varying elevations for agricultural climate variety

    another: we are looking at past mining operations
    Or three,
    We are looking at markings from the original making of Earth preserved underwater.
    From the level of technology to make crater chains and do the destruction that we see in our Sol system then it isn’t a far stretch of ones imagination to the making of planets and moons.
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    Re: Perusing The Ocean Floor

    not at all

    was it Hoagland that reported on a NASA mission that essentially banged on the moon, and the results indicated it is more hollow than solid ?

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