Enormous Ancient Structure Discovered in Deep-Sea Bermuda Triangle
Like the film Abyss, the 1989 James Cameron movie, undersea, mini-sub explorers in the Bermuda Triangle have found something very interesting and very mysterious. The discovery happened as part of research for the Discovery Channel‘s docu-series Cooper’s Treasure, but apparently, it could be much more than the producers bargained for. According to explorer Darrell Miklos, his team has located what he believes is nothing less than physical evidence of an ancient extraterrestrial visit to Earth.
The late NASA astronaut Gordon Cooper made several maps of the Caribbean pointing to possible shipwrecks. Now Cooper’s associate, Miklos, is exploring sites identified by Cooper, and that project is the basis of the Discovery Channel series. The series has completed one season, but the new season will offer what could be a history-making find.
Miklos told the British newspaper the Daily Mail that, “I was trying to identify shipwreck material based on one of the anomaly readings on Gordon’s charts when I noticed something that stuck out, that shocked me.” What he thought could be an ancient shipwreck turned out to be a huge USO (unidentified submerged object) with 15,300-ft.-long obtrusions jutting from its sides. “It was a formation unlike anything I’ve ever seen related to shipwreck material; it was too big for that.” In one photo, a horizontal cylinder structure juts out from a large dome feature at the center of the site. Geophysicists on the team report that the heavy coral covering these structures appears to be more than 5,000 years old.
Certainly millions of viewers will be eagerly awaiting further details, hopefully forthcoming in future episodes of Cooper’s Treasure. Of course, the presence of lost technology beneath the waters of the Caribbean could point in directions other than interplanetary or interstellar space. The ancient—and lost—civilization of Atlantis, populated by humans from Earth, for instance, is believed by many to have once—before the end of the last ice age—ruled the region now dubbed the Bermuda Triangle, and was said by Edgar Cayce to have advanced technology not unlike what we know today.
Subglacial-Water Lake Found on Mars
The possibility of life on Mars—advanced or primitive—has always hinged on water. Although the surface we see today is barren and dry in the extreme, scientists have speculated that liquid water probably remains below the surface. Now a team of Italian scientists says they have found the first strong evidence for a lake of liquid water beneath the red planet’s south polar ice cap.
The investigators used the ground penetrating radar instruments of the European Space Agency’s Mars Express satellite. According to Roberto Orosei, planetary scientist at Italy’s National Institute for Astrophysics, radar data provided by Mars Express between May of 2012 and December of 2015 was collated to map a Martian aquifer. The 12-mile-diameter lake, a mile below the surface, is thought to be similar to hundreds of subglacial lakes found in Antarctica here on Earth.
While scientists are now willing to concede the existence of such underground water bodies on Mars, they continue to insist that there has been no significant surface water there for millions, even billions, of years. Some observers have pointed out, however, that many, clearly visible surface features indicating immense flows and bodies of water would long since have eroded away, and that with no new surface water, could not have been re-created. The many planet-wide dust storms like the one, it is said, recently ended the career of NASA’s Mars Opportunity Rover, would, it seems clear, in a matter of centuries, have obliterated most, if not all, traces of surface water flow. Instead, the fact that such water-carved features remain visible in great profusion and depth, points to a much more recent watery epoch than orthodox science is willing to admit. Could the same be said for life? Time will tell.