The faster we accept that we do not really know what happened to some ancient civilisations, the better we will learn about them. You cannot learn if you are not ready to accept that you do not know...
There's too many perfect right angles for this to be natural...i mean come on, how ignorant can you be? And where are all the boulders and rocks that would have fallen off if this was made by nature? That's what i thought.
"many see it as plain evidence"... Of course you do.
I'm sorry, but this site has clearly been formed by nature.
"Skeptics dismiss Yonaguni as just a natural rock formation"
No, SCIENTISTS, and ARCHEOLOGISTS, dismiss it.
Skeptics dismiss Yonaguni
as just a natural rock formation,
but many see it as plain evidence
of an ancient seafaring culture
the lost civilization of Atlantis..
The site has been
roughly dated as being
3,000 to 10,000 years old
as the most recent the
was above sea level
was at the end of
the last Ice Age
around 8000 BC
Underwater photographs by Santh Faiia
This is man made. I wonder if there's any hidden treasures. That would confirm things.
If you're a paleolithic society with the ability to align huge stone structures to the cardinal compass points, you'd probably make your "steps" UNIFORM, don't you think? Skepticism. Pass it on.
Ancient civilization what such finds !!
Probably just fractured bits of sedimentary rock.
It's easy to call it man made when you don't understand the underlying geological processes.
Just like how it's easy to call electricity "magic" when you don't understand it.
Pseudo-archaeology. The rocks around Yonaguni are a natural geological formation.
Am I the only one who can't see a face there?
From the page: "Skeptics dismiss Yonaguni
as just a natural rock formation, " because that's what it is.
Definitely intelligently designed.