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December 23, 2004

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Sithkitten

http://www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn6253
Atlantic ridge reveals underwater wonders
17:37 06 August 2004
NewScientist.com news service
Will Knight

"At a depth of 2000 metres, along the seabed that marks the peak of the ridge on the seamount north of the Azores, the researchers also discovered a puzzling set of straight tracks, resembling burrows roughly 5 cm apart. They confess to having no idea how and by what the tracks were made.
The MAR-ECO study is one component of Census of Marine Life (CoML), a 10-year, $1billion programme of exploration in the Atlantic. More than 110 scientists from 16 different nations are involved in this collaborative effort."

This could lead to some promising discoveries regarding Atlantis. We have the East ~ Azores, and we have the West ~ Bimini.

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