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    This seems like an excellent source for information regarding early sites in both North and South America.
    http://www.andaman.org/BOOK/chapter54/text54.htm
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    Great Information.

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      Good link CMD.  Thanks.  I didn't have this one.
      My preferences are for sites that break the paradigm.  Mainstream archaeology is awfully stuck in the mud.  Controversial sites break the mould.
      How else can you explain some of these things?
      One of the things I am looking for now is more info on the submerged city off the west coast of Cuba in 2,200 ft of water.  How do you explain Yucatan type buildings at that depth from historian times?  If you can't then you have to look pre-historical and that gets you into the last Ice Age.
      I love it.
      Clovis first?  Clovis wasn't even in the middle.
      Historian

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      • #4
        Historian wrote:

        Good link CMD.  Thanks.  I didn't have this one.
        My preferences are for sites that break the paradigm.  Mainstream archaeology is awfully stuck in the mud.  Controversial sites break the mould.
        How else can you explain some of these things?
        One of the things I am looking for now is more info on the submerged city off the west coast of Cuba in 2,200 ft of water.  How do you explain Yucatan type buildings at that depth from historian times?  If you can't then you have to look pre-historical and that gets you into the last Ice Age.
        I love it.
        Clovis first?  Clovis wasn't even in the middle.
        Historian
        Yep, thinking outside the box is how new discoveries are made. It's been several years since I saw sonar imaging of the underwater structures off the west coast of Cuba. I don't know if they've ever been verified as manmade, however. As I recall it was a Canadian salvage company hired by the government of Cuba that claimed that discovery. Always hoped for followup reports, but have never seen any.
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        • #5
          Interesting site Charlie, thanks.
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          • #6
            Very interesting site Charlie, just added it to my favorites !
            Joe.

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            • #7
              Wow Charlie that is a lot of information!
              Thanks for sharing that
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              • #8
                Here is the first link for the You Tube video on the underwater city off the coast of Cuba.
                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klRbcEnLPbU
                Here is the second link.
                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hk6SWtumdK0
                There have been improvements made in the viewing technology since these were made including 3D models.
                The thing to remember here is that the people that lived here did not go hunting with a stone on the end of a stick.  This was an advanced culture.  Where did it come from and where did it go?
                Historian

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                • #9
                  I've read many articles on this underwater site and watched many videos. I saw where National Geographic reported on the discovery and had plans on assisting in further exploration. But that did not come to pass and I've seen nothing that convinces me that the area contains man made, as opposed to natural, formations. I need real proof and it just has not been reported to this date. It seems like after 2004 nothing further has been reported and I remain skeptical at this stage. It would overturn our understanding of the age of civilization in that area, and obviously, it has been latched onto by Atlantis enthusiasts, but proof is lacking at this point. A whole lot more needs to be done to make a case for an underwater man made complex/city in that location IMHO. Until then, despite the sonar, which does not prove anything, and the few scant images, which are just that, scant and indeterminate as to what those images show, not much can really be said that would prove the artificial nature of the "structures". I'm open to anything but I need alot more then has been offered to date. JMO.
                  http://s8int.com/water28.html
                  Here's how National Geographic announced the find in 2002. Unfortunately, I don't believe the proposed collaboration with the Russian scientist involved ever took place,
                  http://news.nationalgeographic.com/n...kencities.html
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                  • #10
                    I'm curious as to what the next expedition there will find.  Imaging techniques have improved quite a bit in the past decade.  Miniature subs can go to that depth too (one person vehicles).  It would be quite exciting to take a look around.  Imagine being the first to swim down Main Street in 10,000 years!  Now that would be something to write home about.
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