page three of the high resolution images from the
On December 7 2001 , Michael Posner of the Canadian Globe & Mail reported that in January 2002, the ADC expedition team would be returning to the site of the megalithic complex they discovered in July 2000, though this time with the first deep-water mobile excavator equipped with functions needed for on-site archæological evaluation, including the ability to blow sand off stone. In an interview with Dr Paul Weinzweig of ADC, Posner quoted Dr Weinzweig as saying:
"Some structures within the complex may be as long as 400 metres wide and as high as 40 metres ... Some are sitting on top of each other. They show very distinct shapes and symmetrical designs of
an ADC crew member helps to retrieve the GeoPulse Sidescan Sonar from the sea after an expedition
The cameras on board the ROV confirmed the earlier findings, showing large granite-like blocks between
" ... we were only able to survey the perimeter of the site. Based on initial explorations, we think it's much larger than even our sonar projections show. It may extend for several kilometres."
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