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Old 05-06-2010, 12:42 AM   #1
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As a species, we've traveled to the moon, sent probes to Mars and beyond and sent back precise and detailed pictures of other planets.

Yet we haven't fully explored the depths of our own oceans? What is down there exactly and why hasn't it been revealed? It's not like they don't posses the technology to do it. The only reason we got pictures of the Titanic was because James Cameron wanted to make a movie about it and needed to see pictures of the wreckage! So he started his own expedition and had the money from 20th Century Fox to do it!

Yet our own science and gov't wont explore and show us precise and detailed pictures of our own ocean depths, when they're more than capable of doing that. Don't people find this odd? Why doesn't anyone question this stuff?

Why does the gov't want to explore it's surroundings of the galaxy, but don't want to have anything to do with exploring and declassifying what's underneath our own feet? Obviously they have the ability but wont do it, so what's down there?
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Old 05-06-2010, 12:53 AM   #2
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Entire working, submerged cities and bases I'd presume of human and possibly non human origin. The worldwide USO phenomenon attests to something being down there. Its quite scary really when you stop to ponder the implications of it all. Scary from it being of the 'unknown' and scary in the fact that these entities and bases seem to date back to pre-history according to various accounts from throughout the world, most notably that of the 'Rephaim' which in biblical times were always, usually associated with deep water 'abysses'/oceans.

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Old 05-06-2010, 01:31 AM   #3
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It's just stuff that like this that makes me more rigid in my belief we're being seriously fucked with on a massive scale. I mean, I just gave a logical argument about not exploring the depths of the ocean and no one seems interested in why our own gov't doesn't even entertain the possiblity of exploring and documenting the depths of our planet? What is the alternative viewpoint from pro-gov't people as to why this is?

Why is it they also cannot explain why every single monolithic structure on the planet, no matter which country has it, is on a perfectly symetrical grid system of the earth? This stuff has been documented and proven, it's on the internet...so what is the pro-gov't explanation for these so called primitive and separate cultures coordinating their projects to such a massive degree? These points also happen to be energy grids, where certain things happen around them that don't happen in any other place, such as the dissapearance of planes.
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One of the reasons is the govts don't want people seeing all these underwater cities, of which there are plenty. It would start all kinds of questions and that is something they can do without.

They would rather Atlantis and Lemuria be confined to the realms of fantasy fiction.
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It's just stuff that like this that makes me more rigid in my belief we're being seriously fucked with on a massive scale. I mean, I just gave a logical argument about not exploring the depths of the ocean and no one seems interested in why our own gov't doesn't even entertain the possiblity of exploring and documenting the depths of our planet? What is the alternative viewpoint from pro-gov't people as to why this is?

Why is it they also cannot explain why every single monolithic structure on the planet, no matter which country has it, is on a perfectly symetrical grid system of the earth? This stuff has been documented and proven, it's on the internet...so what is the pro-gov't explanation for these so called primitive and separate cultures coordinating their projects to such a massive degree? These points also happen to be energy grids, where certain things happen around them that don't happen in any other place, such as the dissapearance of planes.

Mysterious places such as the Dragons Triangle (Asia) and the Bermuda Triangle (Strangely enough if you were to draw a line straight through Earth these two locales align together perfectly) are actually Worm holes/vortexes of some sort. As Einstein proposed that there were points in the universe were time and space bent creating what he called 'worm holes', where time travel/interdimensional travel etc.. may be possible, perhaps these particular locales in the ocean are just that

Ive also heard it put forth that maybe there is some kind of beam being radiated from below these waters from some kind of controlled mechanism that disables the power in planes/vehicles that coast over these particular regions in the Ocean. A deep underwater base of some sort would probably have the capabilities to pull something like this off, for what reason and to what effect, I honestly don't know.

I seriously doubt any transparency or 'truth' about these matters coming from any of the mainstream sources, or academic establishments though. We still can't get them to even consider for a moment that their was possibly an Atlantean civilization in the 'golden age'. Maybe TPTB are just waiting for the right time to reveal some of these long hidden secrets.
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Old 07-06-2010, 12:57 PM   #6
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If you just type in 'Deep Ocean Research' into google you will get a chance to view any of the 2 million pages indicating the research currently being undertaken to monitor, explore & understand our deep sea environment. A lot of this research is also government funded, because it makes sense for us to know how ocean currents behave and what the topography of the sea bed is.

Sending stuff into space is easy - we know what's there, we can see where we're headed and all we have to do is find the cash & escape our gravitational pull.

The main obstacle to sending probes to the ocean floor is that we have no clue what's there, we can't see where we're going and the pressures involved are so massive you have to spend an absolute fortune on the equipment to make sure it won't get crushed & you may never get an answer. This is why Cameron had to supply his own funding - why should the government pay for a vanity project?

We apparently have never explored the ocean depths, and yet various authors (who have also never been there) are convinced there are things there. Let's see the photographs. Apparently all you have to do is raise your own cash & get down there it's so simple.
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well as far as the michael anglelo painting depicts venus on a shell in the ocean... venus meaning the planet .. the shell meaning a craft of type and the ocean is the atlantic , for someone to paint a picture of that magnituide there must be a theory behind there was a craft form venus that crashed into the atlantic plus isnt there some deep wholes of the carribean island some where there could be hidden secrets
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well as far as the michael anglelo painting depicts venus on a shell in the ocean... venus meaning the planet .. the shell meaning a craft of type and the ocean is the atlantic , for someone to paint a picture of that magnituide there must be a theory behind there was a craft form venus that crashed into the atlantic plus isnt there some deep wholes of the carribean island some where there could be hidden secrets

From my understanding Venus the planet was once a very watery one. An episode resulting in the great flood which we've all heard of was the result of Venus coming too close to earth and as such the gravity of the earth caused the water from Venus to be pulled thus creating great oceans when before we had only shallow seas.

Wikipedia says that Venus 'may' have lost its water as a result of it being closer to the sun. So michaelangelo may be teasing us with the truth of where our oceans came from in one way or another.


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As a species, we've traveled to the moon, sent probes to Mars and beyond and sent back precise and detailed pictures of other planets.

Yet we haven't fully explored the depths of our own oceans? What is down there exactly and why hasn't it been revealed? It's not like they don't posses the technology to do it. The only reason we got pictures of the Titanic was because James Cameron wanted to make a movie about it and needed to see pictures of the wreckage! So he started his own expedition and had the money from 20th Century Fox to do it!

Yet our own science and gov't wont explore and show us precise and detailed pictures of our own ocean depths, when they're more than capable of doing that. Don't people find this odd? Why doesn't anyone question this stuff?

Why does the gov't want to explore it's surroundings of the galaxy, but don't want to have anything to do with exploring and declassifying what's underneath our own feet? Obviously they have the ability but wont do it, so what's down there?
So just because they dont have a complete inventory of everything that could exist under the ocean then their must be a cover up? that is retarded. How do you know what ability they have? when the Kursk went down the Russians didnt even have the equipment to rescue their own guys.

Just because the answer to every possible question is not available on the internet it does not mean there is a cover up
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So just because they dont have a complete inventory of everything that could exist under the ocean then their must be a cover up?
Who says they don't have a complete inventory? I said it hasn't been revealed to us. This world is controlled by an elite that firewalls off certain information that would benefit us, you'd have to be totally blind and ignorant not to believe that, and I'm baffled anyone who thought this way would be on this forum to begin with. Maybe they've explored the oceans, maybe they haven't, I don't know. But they've done and continue to do things in secret. The point is, the fact that this avenue of exploration isn't even being discussed in the public arena is just another wake up call for Joe Six-pack that he should turn off the television.
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Sending stuff into space is easy
So easy we haven't been back to the moon in 38 years...let alone begun to prepare a moon base for an eventual manned mission to Mars.

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Ever heard of sonar? How do you think subs navigate the ocean? We've had this technology since 1914, nearly 100 years. This is not a valid excuse.
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So easy we haven't been back to the moon in 38 years...let alone begun to prepare a moon base for an eventual manned mission to Mars.



Ever heard of sonar? How do you think subs navigate the ocean? We've had this technology since 1914, nearly 100 years. This is not a valid excuse.
"Excuse"?? lol

Sonar only works if it can hit the bottom, and drawing a picture of the seabed is not the same as detailed information as to what's underneath it.

Subs use a variety of means to navigate not just sonar. Exploring the ocean depths needs a lot more than a ping machine.

Going to the moon is easy. What it isn't is cheap. That's why we haven't been back, and that's why we haven't sent anyone to Mars.
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"Excuse"?? lol

Sonar only works if it can hit the bottom, and drawing a picture of the seabed is not the same as detailed information as to what's underneath it.
But it's not impossible. The fact that something is challenging doesn't negate it from being attempted. We didn't know how the hell to get to the moon before they figured it out.


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Going to the moon is easy. What it isn't is cheap. That's why we haven't been back, and that's why we haven't sent anyone to Mars.
Money is irrelevant when you have a gov't spending $500 for a hammer and saying they've misplaced $2.3 trillion, woops! (). Money simply goes where the government's attention flows.

You can make all the excuses in the world for your gov't (why are you on this board?), but at the end of the day they're merely excuses, and not valid explanations for why it hasn't been done.

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I This stuff has been documented and proven, it's on the internet...
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anyhoo, there's lots of research on the ocean, and it's much more fascinating than any goofy conspiracy theories.
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As a species, we've traveled to the moon, sent probes to Mars and beyond and sent back precise and detailed pictures of other planets.

Yet we haven't fully explored the depths of our own oceans? What is down there exactly and why hasn't it been revealed? It's not like they don't posses the technology to do it. The only reason we got pictures of the Titanic was because James Cameron wanted to make a movie about it and needed to see pictures of the wreckage! So he started his own expedition and had the money from 20th Century Fox to do it!

Yet our own science and gov't wont explore and show us precise and detailed pictures of our own ocean depths, when they're more than capable of doing that. Don't people find this odd? Why doesn't anyone question this stuff?

Why does the gov't want to explore it's surroundings of the galaxy, but don't want to have anything to do with exploring and declassifying what's underneath our own feet? Obviously they have the ability but wont do it, so what's down there?
Who knows? alot I think to be discovered. They find a new species every few dives, some of them are just too weird. Like they don't possess earth qualities as we know it. Alot of the life down there is micro, living in communities.

I suppose why they don't have it all scoped out is because its just too dark. It takes months and months to cover an area that you can detail in a few hours above the surface.

And dont forget the abyss, they just keep going and the caves. So we're along way off, it'll take another 50 years for the taxonomy of all deep ocean dwelling species. If not longer?
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the us are hidding a pyramid underneath wake islands main lagoon.. inside that pyramid is mr horus.. he's gona pop out of there when nibiru hit earth awakening him. you want the truth, there you go..
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Maybe there's mer-people. Aquatic humans, basically. Sort of like the traditional mermaid. I mean there's been so many spottings of mermaids reported, even way back when a lot of people were pirates. All the spottings explain the same kind of creature seen by sailors, and none of those sailors knew each other. There's no way it could all be made up, considering from every part of the world people were seeing mermaids. Maybe there's also water dragons. There's a lot of parts of the world that hasn't been explored and looked at, maybe there are "mythical" creatures after all. Besides so many people go by the bible, and in it there are mentions of unicorns. I think people are over obsessing over UFOs. We all know they are real. Think about mythical creatures too. Reason I believe in so many of them is because I've seen them. The only reason so many people cant see them anymore is because we have been programmed to not believe in them. Its already been proven through hypnosis that if you don't believe something is there, with all your heart and mind, that you wont see it.
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"Excuse"?? lol

Sonar only works if it can hit the bottom, and drawing a picture of the seabed is not the same as detailed information as to what's underneath it.

Subs use a variety of means to navigate not just sonar. Exploring the ocean depths needs a lot more than a ping machine.

Going to the moon is easy. What it isn't is cheap. That's why we haven't been back, and that's why we haven't sent anyone to Mars.
If mankind wasn't so messed up we wouldn't even be using money. Besides, the United States by themselves have way too much money. Problem is, the governments of the world are greedy. They wont give up their precious money. Money is stupid, we cant take it with us when we die anyways. I think people are too ignorant.
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