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Weirdness on the Ocean Floor

Wednesday, 28th January 2009 by

There’s some odd sightings on the ocean floor, thanks to the much-improved ocean surface depth images that were added to Google Earth and Maps last week! Reader aliosha was browsing the atlantic and discovered a bizarre grid pattern in the deep. About 150 km square, it presumably isn’t a natural occurrence, but what else could create such a pattern it what must be extremely-deep water? Even more bizarre, off the…

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