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Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC

 
MojoNixon
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11/22/2012 12:59 PM
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The island is not just missing; the undersea mountain claerly observable is also missing.

Per the BBC article:
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Scientist Maria Seton, who was on the ship, said that the team was expecting land, not 1,400m (4,620ft) of deep ocean.

"We wanted to check it out because the navigation charts on board the ship showed a water depth of 1,400m in that area - very deep," Dr Seton, from the University of Sydney, told the AFP news agency after the 25-day voyage."
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There used to be an undersea mountain, where the peak extended above sea level making the island, and now the complete undersea mountain is gone leaving a depth of 4,620' to the sea bed?

Funny how the article neglects this and instead chooses to publish some bogus story to cover it up......
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11/22/2012 01:29 PM
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Well, if a pole shift is underway and the tectonic plates are breaking up, parts of the ocean floor are sinking, others are rising, it's all going to start in the area/areas where the crust is the weakest. Seems the S. Pacific and the Indian Ocean areas are going first...?
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Just being reported today on BBC.

What has happened to the island?
If Google Earth had images of it, how could that have been a human error?
Bizarre.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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11/22/2012 02:16 PM
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so when does japan sink into the pacific and cali cracks down the san andreas fault?
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I have been saying the same thing for a long while. We are not the lucky,unlucky or privileged to witness or experience any bills due or gene altering life changing event. The Sun is the I'm your huckleberry moment and that's the worry right there . Sunscreen, tinfoil hats,granite roofs,pyramids and k y jelly will save billions and mankinds existence and the taxes, mortgage and car payments. hiding
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11/22/2012 02:42 PM
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The billionaire owner has cloaked it to avoid visits from unwanted guests.
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11/22/2012 02:50 PM
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"Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC"


No trace of Big Black Cock????
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11/22/2012 03:06 PM

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First i've heard.... just checked if it exsisted on USGS map. Yes it's still there but probably outdated copy of google maps in the first place. If you look at the seismic activity in this region then there is the answer. It has went down due to tectonic plate shift.
Just my humble opinion.
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11/22/2012 03:13 PM
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Five pages of a thread and no satisfactory answer to this mystery?

Clearly, it was a cartographic error. How many more mistakes exist in maps?
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11/22/2012 03:17 PM
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It was in the middle of the ocean, maybe it got washed over.
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11/22/2012 03:19 PM
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It was in the middle of the ocean, maybe it got washed over.
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No, the water where it should be is 46oo feet deep. It was never there.
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11/22/2012 03:39 PM
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We're not in Kansas anymore, folks.
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chucklechucklechuckle ah nice, I literally can hear the creepy Kansas slang. Git R Done.

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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
Well, if a pole shift is underway and the tectonic plates are breaking up, parts of the ocean floor are sinking, others are rising, it's all going to start in the area/areas where the crust is the weakest. Seems the S. Pacific and the Indian Ocean areas are going first...?
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Dude, you have no idea what you're talking about.

Just stop....
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11/22/2012 03:52 PM
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11/22/2012 04:18 PM
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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
the earths inner core is broken from al the magma movements
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11/22/2012 04:19 PM
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It's the current breeding camp for MKULTRA soldiers as well as sex slaves bred and trained to sexually service the masterminds of the NWO at an extremely young age. They either cloaked the island by surrounding it with the latest instance of classified light manipulation tech, or they could have even crudely cloaked it by surrounding its coastlines with extremely tall and perfectly vertical mirrors. All approaching vessels would see nothing but water.
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are there any indications of where this is or was?

missed those threads I guess
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See thread:
Thread: Dutch govt scraps 'weed pass' for coffee shops
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11/22/2012 04:32 PM
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Let's say it was a cartographer error or a copyright trap. By the ocean around the blacked out area one would assume they did take a satellite picture of the area. Why did they black out the area where the "island" was suppose to be? If they took a satellite photo and there was no island there then what is there to hide?
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11/22/2012 04:41 PM

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This must be some sort of "viral stuff" for the release of the game Far Cry 3
bsflag

Actually soon they'll give us some info about it, I'm prett sure it'll be something lame...
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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
the earths inner core is broken from al the magma movements
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What the fuck are you talking about?
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11/22/2012 04:58 PM
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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
Sandy Island clearly shown in a 2006 map (Ile de Sable, left side of the map):
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11/22/2012 05:20 PM
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the earths inner core is broken from al the magma movements
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What the fuck are you talking about?
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the sand fall in the broken core . ever thhought that magma could be sand after a prozess ?

There could be a hole in the "undiscovered" sea where water goes in, and comes out in the mountains (clear water) and volcanos (dirt garbage) like a cleaning process of mother nature earth ;)
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11/22/2012 08:17 PM
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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
SANDY ISLAND.....HURRICANE SANDY...HMMMMMM
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11/23/2012 01:18 AM

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"Of course, the island isn’t just on Google Maps, it has appeared on a large number of charts since at least 2000. Though it is unclear why it’s non-existence wasn’t flagged from satellite photos."


[link to news.nationalpost.com]
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11/23/2012 01:24 AM
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If I am not mistaken after the quake in Haiti i thought i seen a program where a tree that was once on land being in the ocean (basically some land went under)?
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11/23/2012 01:57 AM
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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
The island is not just missing; the undersea mountain claerly observable is also missing.

Per the BBC article:
-------------------
Scientist Maria Seton, who was on the ship, said that the team was expecting land, not 1,400m (4,620ft) of deep ocean.

"We wanted to check it out because the navigation charts on board the ship showed a water depth of 1,400m in that area - very deep," Dr Seton, from the University of Sydney, told the AFP news agency after the 25-day voyage."
------------------
There used to be an undersea mountain, where the peak extended above sea level making the island, and now the complete undersea mountain is gone leaving a depth of 4,620' to the sea bed?

Funny how the article neglects this and instead chooses to publish some bogus story to cover it up......
 Quoting: MojoNixon 19299882


Absolutely Mojo.....

You make a very, very interesting and obvious point many of us are missing...an island is not just a floating piece of land now maybe under the sea....it is the tip of a mountain and if all these researchers can find is deep water, it would suggest a very, very large piece of mass rising from the depths of the ocean has gone missing including the very tip - Sandy Island.

Assuming it was there in the first place of course, which does seem the case.
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11/23/2012 01:59 AM

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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
Just being reported today on BBC.

What has happened to the island?
If Google Earth had images of it, how could that have been a human error?
Bizarre.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
 Quoting: Cultivator 27990287


Alien base.


georgio2
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methbro
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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
Five pages of a thread and no satisfactory answer to this mystery?

Clearly, it was a cartographic error. How many more mistakes exist in maps?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28265672


Erm...don't think so. I googled it tonight and viewed three colour photographs of it on the first link i clicked on. So clearly it was there once!
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11/23/2012 05:09 PM

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Re: Pacific Island Vanishes. Scientists find no trace BBC
Just being reported today on BBC.

What has happened to the island?
If Google Earth had images of it, how could that have been a human error?
Bizarre.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
 Quoting: Cultivator 27990287


Alien base.


georgio2
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methbro
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