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Underwater Pyramids Found In The Bermuda Triangle?


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So, while talking to a good friend of mine he brought up this news story, so I thought to post/report on the subject, I hope you enjoy it.
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Bermuda Triangle Underwater Pyramids
These strange underwater pyramid structures have been found at a depth of two thousand meters and have been identified due to the help of a sonar, according to oceanographer Dr. Verlag Meyer. Studies of other structures like Yonaguni in modern day Japan have already allowed scientists to determine that the two giant pyramids, apparently made of something like a thick glass, and are really impressive - each of them is larger than the pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. If you can't picture the sear size of them look at the picture before, as you will see compared to a whale they tower over it and the ones in Egypt.

Bermuda Triangle Underwater Pyramids Newspaper
Recently American and French scientists as well as other countries that are conducting surveys in areas of the seabed of the Bermuda Triangle, Have claimed to have found a pyramid standing upright on the seabed which until now has never been discovered. The length of the base of this pyramid reached 300 meters, 200 meters height, and distance from base to the tip of the pyramid is about 100 meters above the sea floor. Preliminary results show this structure to be made of glass or a glass-like (crystal?) material, as it is entirely smooth and partially translucent.
When talking about size, this newly re-discovered pyramid is larger in scale than the pyramids of ancient Egypt. On top of the pyramid there are two very large holes this allows sea water at high speeds to move through the second hole, and therefore the raging waves roll by forming a giant vortex which results in the waters around it to cause a massive surge of waves and mist on the sea surface. This new discovery has made scientists wonder if this is having an affect on passing boats and planes and could be the reason for all the mystery surrounding the area.
(The picture below shows a computer simulation of the how the water inside the glass pyramids)

Bermuda Triangle Underwater Pyramids Vortex Simulation
There are several Western scholars who argue that the pyramid on the seabed may have been initially made on the mainland, after which a devastating earthquake struck and changed the landscape completely but at the same time other scientists have argued that a few hundred years ago the waters of the Bermuda Triangle area may have been as one of the cornerstone activities of the people of Atlantis, and Pyramids on the sea floor may be a supply warehouse for them. Some people also think that it Perhaps it is connected to the underwater race of humanoids discovered in Washington State in 2004 - the so called “aquatic ape” beings? but that's a whole different story :P

Bermuda Triangle Underwater Pyramids Vortex
A more detailed study over time will give results that are difficult to imagine. Scientists have processed all of the data and concluded that the surface is perfectly smooth for it to look like glass or ice. The size of the pyramids are nearly three times the size of the pyramids of Cheops. This news was sensational, and was discussed at a conference in Florida and even reported to local Florida newspapers.. Some of the journalists present in it, have a lot of pictures and high resolution computerized data, that show three-dimensional pyramids perfectly smooth, without being covered with a surface free of debris or algae or cracks.
There is also a suspicion that the Bermuda triangle and the area where this pyramid was supposedly located may be some sort of “holy grounds” and is being protected by the fabled Atlanteans - that whatever crosses over the location is considered an offering…
If you are wondering where they are located the picture below shows the location:

Bermuda Triangle Underwater Pyramids Locations


Think what you might but i'm extremely interested by stories like this and the Bermuda Triangle.
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Thank you for reading, any questions feel free to comment below and i'll do my best to answer them were possible :)
- G.M

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Posted: 2012-07-06 17:09:03

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  • JonnymusPrime - replied 2012-07-06 18:08:38
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    i find this fascinating but still...

    sceptical - underwater pyramids found in the bermuda triangle.
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    • Turtlestlker - replied 2012-07-06 18:23:50
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      This.
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  • Jozzoh - replied 2012-07-07 04:34:00
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    qmylu - underwater pyramids found in the bermuda triangle.
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  • Logos385 - replied 2012-07-07 17:11:33
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    Erm, I posted here a few hours ago, yet my comment is gone. Strange.

    Anywho, too lazy to rewrite the whole thing, but basically:
    Nearly this entire post is copied and pasted from an unsourced website article (http://www.apparentlyapparel.com/2/post/2012/03/pyramids-of-glass-submerged-in-the-bermuda-triangle.html), and all of it doesn't align with basic physics principles. The pressure of over 114,000,000 cubic feet of water on anything like glass... not good for the glass. Also, with currents/underwater fluid flow, there would be erosion on the surface- uneven erosion. There would also be numerous scratches on anything hanging out down there. Very simply, this isn't a thing.

    Just wanted to explain my negative rating : /.

    PS. If anyone knows what would have happened to my original post, let me know. Thanks!
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    • MalverdeAl100 - replied 2012-07-07 17:15:23
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      I'm guessing GangsterMonkey deleted it. I don't see why any other mod would. He had a reason to, seeing how you basically said he didn't make this post.

      And also, interesting.
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      • Logos385 - replied 2012-07-07 17:26:46
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        Oh, I see. That seems... questionable. If I was offensive or anything GangsterMonkey, let me know. If it was you who deleted it.

        And thanks Malverde!
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        • MalverdeAl100 - replied 2012-07-07 17:42:22
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          Well he kinda made it seem like he researched it and stuff, and i went to the link you posted and he just copy-pasted the parts that seemed interesting. Nobody likes to be called out on a lie. That's probably why.


          You're welcome Logos!
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          • GangsterMonkey - replied 2012-07-07 19:10:45
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            Congrats.. if i were claiming it as my own, i would of put OC in the title.
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            • MalverdeAl100 - replied 2012-07-07 19:14:11
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              "I heard about this from a friend so thought i do some research for you all and make on big report, enjoy!"

              Don't bother me, watching Weeds.
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              • GangsterMonkey - replied 2012-07-07 19:22:59
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                Yeah well done... People make Pic-dumps?
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                • MalverdeAl100 - replied 2012-07-07 19:29:11
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                  So copy-pasting is doing research now? Should've said this to my professors in college. Why not just give out the link or post it at the end like you do with all your other posts? Why delete Logos initial comment saying that you just copy-pasted this?

                  P.S. Oh God, you think i care about points. Lol.
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                  • Logos385 - replied 2012-07-07 21:20:32
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                    He changed the OP, btw. Lolz.
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                  • castlewarsisawsome - replied 2012-07-07 21:47:45
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                    Just wondering why do you always make a mini shit storm out of everything?
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                    • MalverdeAl100 - replied 2012-07-08 13:46:12
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                      Examples?
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                • Logos385 - replied 2012-07-07 21:14:02
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                  The only reason I posted on this was because it was being presented as factual. It's simply not sourced enough to be so, and seems to not be possible at all.

                  I would love to see this sourced or where your research came from. However, like I said, it seems like it's just copy/pasted from some random site. Like I said, I in no way meant to offend, just state my opinion, or, "share" it on Sharenator. I'm pretty sure that's what this site is for. All I ever do (did, really) on here is (was) debate, so that's my go-to comment. And I have never had a post deleted on me, which is why I was so confused.

                  Did you delete the post? I don't quite get it.
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                  • GangsterMonkey - replied 2012-07-08 06:32:04
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                    Why are you having a go when i take some parts of an article many users on this website take whole pages of posts of other website and then dump them on here... I don't see you have a b*tch fit on them...? Interesting.
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                    • Logos385 - replied 2012-07-08 08:08:19
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                      My original comment about it being copy/pasted wasn't about the article's enjoyment factor or your right to post it- it spoke simply to the reliability of the information. And was explained much better. If that post hadn't been deleted, I wouldn't have posted back here at all.

                      However, on this site I've gotten in my fair share of heated debates, much more heated than this one, but never had any post deleted. This is one of the few forums where censorship simply wasn't an issue. When I saw my post deleted with no notification or explanation, I had to find out what happened. That's the main reason I'm still posting here.

                      So, I still have questions: did you delete the post?
                      If you deleted the post, how is that ethical in an open forum?
                      And if you were never trying to claim that you researched the article yourself, why was that exact claim in the OP?

                      Thanks.
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                    • Ertrov - replied 2012-07-08 06:35:18
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                      Assuming that other people doing something wrong and getting away with it excuses one's own actions when caught = logical fallacy.
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                    • GangsterMonkey - replied 2012-07-08 06:37:43
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                      I don't think I've done anything wrong, the article isn't taken from the website! many of the pictures etc aren't from the website.
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                    • Logos385 - replied 2012-09-21 10:22:39
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                      I'm still very troubled by my original post's deletion, and you still haven't addressed it.
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    • shadewraith - replied 2013-03-27 10:01:13
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      hmm i read something interesting before where it mentioned that glass is the only substance that becomes harder the longer its exposed to water, so yes its probable that this article is utter bull, but one does wonder if an underwater glass structure is possible
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      • Logos385 - replied 2013-03-27 10:50:46
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        There is some merit to the idea that a current flow dissolves superficial microcracks, but that process reverses fairly quickly with further erosion.
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  • castlewarsisawsome - replied 2012-07-07 21:04:44
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    Whether its true or not it was still very interesting.
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    • Logos385 - replied 2012-07-07 21:11:15
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      I'm not sure I see how that is I guess. Then it just becomes fiction that doesn't agree with reality. But to each their own I guess!
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