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Fleetwood

Something we don't have to worry about hitting

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It was a Kraken, having a particularly long snooze...

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Nice article, thanks for sharing.

 

On a related topic, some people have great jobs.........

 

 

"This dispersed all the continental fragments in the area, which subsided and [went] below sea level," Dr Seton, who docked in Brisbane on Monday, said.

"We went to find those fragments of our country," she said.

The team collected 197 different rock samples, more than 6800 km of marine geophysical data and mapped over 14,000 square kilometres of the ocean floor.

They also recovered limestone, which forms from near surface coral reefs, from a depth of three kilometres.

"That means we've had this massive drowning of the area. That's was a surprising discovery," said Dr Seton.

 

Read more: http://www.smh.com.a...l#ixzz2CupZyLsF

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That's really strange. Wonder how that happened. And it got a name and everything.

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It's still there, you just can't see it because the aliens put an invisbility force field around it. Thats where thier base is.

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it moved outside the environment for political reasons

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yep, it was obviously towed outside of the environment...

 

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I like her shoes. . .

 

 

And, French territorial waters? ". . . - the invisible island would sit within French territorial waters if it existed -"

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