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The largest wide-array man made (or at least non natural) structure in the world is in fact an ancient terra formed systems of agricultural-aquaculture canals in Northwestern Botswana and Northeastern Namibia, north of the Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa. Obviously quite ancient, the canal systems no longer provide free flowing water throughout its 105,000 mile array, but many sections show obvious intention to provide cross sectional irrigation.

These canals are too evenly spaced over too large an area to be any kind of natural formation. Based on entry and exit points, it is readily apparent this system is a very large, controlled agronomy array and/or aquaculture system. Its age is defined by the overgrown nature of the canals, as well as some areas that are covered over with drift and sand erosion.

The entire complex covers an area about equal in size to the State of Arizona in the USA. The system is about 350 miles in width and about 300 miles in depth, at least for the remnants still visible.

This system represents roughly 67 MILLION acres of sustainable agriculture. Given the sophistication of design, it is entirely plausible to assume an above average yield, i.e. feeding well over 90 persons per acre on an annual basis. The system may or may not have provided a sustainable aquaculture (marine farming) environment. I have no reason to suspect that it did not. Given the size and scope of this complex, (canals are about 1 mile apart on average) and collectively are roughly 350 X 300 miles in a rough rectangular format. (At least the observable parts) There could be, and probably is, much more to this complex than what is visible to the naked eye. Right now, we can identify ancient cultivation of roughly 105,000 square miles.

One square mile = 27,878,400 square feet, or 640 acres, so the entire complex had a sustained producing land mass of (640 acres x 105,000 square miles) or > 67,200,000 acres. (That is 67 MILLION acres) One linear mile of canal had (750' width x + >12' depth x 5,280') = 47,520,000 cubic feet of water per linear mile.

Entire canal length (105,000 miles x 47.5 million cubic ft per mile) = 5 TRILLION cubic feet of water in the canals. It would be an incredible waste of time and effort to irrigate >105,000 square miles of sustainable agriculture land, and not use the water circulating in the canals for aquaculture farming.

Courtesy of NASA. Google Earth Coordinates: 18°35'28.54"S, 21°22'22.66"E. Set 'Historical Imagery' to 12/30/2008

Different estimates of the numbers of people this sustainable system would supply varies widely, though it is generally accepted that a system like this, if properly managed would provide a complete annual diet for somewhere between 60 to 120 people per acre.

Which means this system was in fact providing food for an average of somewhere up to about 5 Billion people. This array is in fact the largest non-natural artifact on the planet. It can be clearly viewed unaided from the International Space Station at roughly 230 miles up, which cannot be said for any other non-natural feature on Earth. I would suggest that depth of canal(s) must have been significant to compensate for general slight variations in elevation. There seems to be an average elevation variation of about 60', sometime more, and sometimes less.
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The largest wide-array man made (or at least non natural) structure in the world is in fact an ancient terra formed systems of agricultural-aquaculture canals in Northwestern Botswana and Northeastern Namibia, north of the Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa. Obviously quite ancient, the canal systems no longer provide free flowing water throughout its 105,000 mile array, but many sections show obvious intention to provide cross sectional irrigation.

These canals are too evenly spaced over too large an area to be any kind of natural formation. Based on entry and exit points, it is readily apparent this system is a very large, controlled agronomy array and/or aquaculture system. Its age is defined by the overgrown nature of the canals, as well as some areas that are covered over with drift and sand erosion.

The entire complex covers an area about equal in size to the State of Arizona in the USA. The system is about 350 miles in width and about 300 miles in depth, at least for the remnants still visible.

This system represents roughly 67 MILLION acres of sustainable agriculture. Given the sophistication of design, it is entirely plausible to assume an above average yield, i.e. feeding well over 90 persons per acre on an annual basis. The system may or may not have provided a sustainable aquaculture (marine farming) environment. I have no reason to suspect that it did not. Given the size and scope of this complex, (canals are about 1 mile apart on average) and collectively are roughly 350 X 300 miles in a rough rectangular format. (At least the observable parts) There could be, and probably is, much more to this complex than what is visible to the naked eye. Right now, we can identify ancient cultivation of roughly 105,000 square miles.

One square mile = 27,878,400 square feet, or 640 acres, so the entire complex had a sustained producing land mass of (640 acres x 105,000 square miles) or > 67,200,000 acres. (That is 67 MILLION acres) One linear mile of canal had (750' width x + >12' depth x 5,280') = 47,520,000 cubic feet of water per linear mile.

Entire canal length (105,000 miles x 47.5 million cubic ft per mile) = 5 TRILLION cubic feet of water in the canals. It would be an incredible waste of time and effort to irrigate >105,000 square miles of sustainable agriculture land, and not use the water circulating in the canals for aquaculture farming.

Courtesy of NASA. Google Earth Coordinates: 18°35'28.54"S, 21°22'22.66"E. Set 'Historical Imagery' to 12/30/2008

Different estimates of the numbers of people this sustainable system would supply varies widely, though it is generally accepted that a system like this, if properly managed would provide a complete annual diet for somewhere between 60 to 120 people per acre.

Which means this system was in fact providing food for an average of somewhere up to about 5 Billion people. This array is in fact the largest non-natural artifact on the planet. It can be clearly viewed unaided from the International Space Station at roughly 230 miles up, which cannot be said for any other non-natural feature on Earth. I would suggest that depth of canal(s) must have been significant to compensate for general slight variations in elevation. There seems to be an average elevation variation of about 60', sometime more, and sometimes less.
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maybe they waz kangs?
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They waz still in the Congo, this is South Africa.
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Yeah it dried up because most of them moved to america and the ones that stayed are more about killing whites and raping anything with a pulse rather than figuring out how to live like a normal free society
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maybe they waz kangs?
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They waz still in the Congo, this is South Africa.
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it's Botswana/Namibia, not South Africa. Look at the area on Google Earth. Looks like someone ran over the area with a giant comb.

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Looks like it was just ancient sand dunes. Not ancient canals.

Lake Makgadikgadi



Approximately 3 million years ago, strong easterly winds formed long dunes which ran from east to west across the middle of the Kalahari Desert. During wetter times, these dunes channeled the great rivers of the area, the Okavango, Chobe, and Zambezi, eastwards with the Limpopo River into the Indian Ocean.
Approximately 2 million years ago, the fault known as the Kalahari-Zimbabwe axis (which runs from Harare through Bulawayo and ends in the east side of the Kalahari) formed and created an enormous basin and forced these rivers to flow into and fill up the basin. Lake Makgadikgadi was thus created.
As the millennia passed, the lake filled to capacity and began to overflow. About 20,000 years ago, as a result, it began to drain northwards and then eastwards. This caused the middle and lower Zambezi Rivers to connect, forming the Victoria Falls. With the water now able to flow out of the basin, Lake Makgadikgadi drained partially and its average level decreased.
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Pretty awesome! Too bad there's no one left there who could maintain it.
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Three million years ago, there was no man, but only monkeys up the trees.

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Amazing!

I wonder if the constructs are that large because there were giants way back when.
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The largest wide-array man made (or at least non natural) structure in the world is in fact an ancient terra formed systems of agricultural-aquaculture canals in Northwestern Botswana and Northeastern Namibia, north of the Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa. Obviously quite ancient, the canal systems no longer provide free flowing water throughout its 105,000 mile array, but many sections show obvious intention to provide cross sectional irrigation.

These canals are too evenly spaced over too large an area to be any kind of natural formation. Based on entry and exit points, it is readily apparent this system is a very large, controlled agronomy array and/or aquaculture system. Its age is defined by the overgrown nature of the canals, as well as some areas that are covered over with drift and sand erosion.

The entire complex covers an area about equal in size to the State of Arizona in the USA. The system is about 350 miles in width and about 300 miles in depth, at least for the remnants still visible.

This system represents roughly 67 MILLION acres of sustainable agriculture. Given the sophistication of design, it is entirely plausible to assume an above average yield, i.e. feeding well over 90 persons per acre on an annual basis. The system may or may not have provided a sustainable aquaculture (marine farming) environment. I have no reason to suspect that it did not. Given the size and scope of this complex, (canals are about 1 mile apart on average) and collectively are roughly 350 X 300 miles in a rough rectangular format. (At least the observable parts) There could be, and probably is, much more to this complex than what is visible to the naked eye. Right now, we can identify ancient cultivation of roughly 105,000 square miles.

One square mile = 27,878,400 square feet, or 640 acres, so the entire complex had a sustained producing land mass of (640 acres x 105,000 square miles) or > 67,200,000 acres. (That is 67 MILLION acres) One linear mile of canal had (750' width x + >12' depth x 5,280') = 47,520,000 cubic feet of water per linear mile.

Entire canal length (105,000 miles x 47.5 million cubic ft per mile) = 5 TRILLION cubic feet of water in the canals. It would be an incredible waste of time and effort to irrigate >105,000 square miles of sustainable agriculture land, and not use the water circulating in the canals for aquaculture farming.

Courtesy of NASA. Google Earth Coordinates: 18°35'28.54"S, 21°22'22.66"E. Set 'Historical Imagery' to 12/30/2008

Different estimates of the numbers of people this sustainable system would supply varies widely, though it is generally accepted that a system like this, if properly managed would provide a complete annual diet for somewhere between 60 to 120 people per acre.

Which means this system was in fact providing food for an average of somewhere up to about 5 Billion people. This array is in fact the largest non-natural artifact on the planet. It can be clearly viewed unaided from the International Space Station at roughly 230 miles up, which cannot be said for any other non-natural feature on Earth. I would suggest that depth of canal(s) must have been significant to compensate for general slight variations in elevation. There seems to be an average elevation variation of about 60', sometime more, and sometimes less.
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Amazing!

I wonder if the constructs are that large because there were giants way back when.
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Most of the ancient technologies are far superior to what modern humans have. Those ancient technologies utilize higher maths that most humans can't even fathom anymore. You know ancient maths that include 1+1=2.

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Looks like it was just ancient sand dunes. Not ancient canals.

Lake Makgadikgadi



Approximately 3 million years ago, strong easterly winds formed long dunes which ran from east to west across the middle of the Kalahari Desert. During wetter times, these dunes channeled the great rivers of the area, the Okavango, Chobe, and Zambezi, eastwards with the Limpopo River into the Indian Ocean.
Approximately 2 million years ago, the fault known as the Kalahari-Zimbabwe axis (which runs from Harare through Bulawayo and ends in the east side of the Kalahari) formed and created an enormous basin and forced these rivers to flow into and fill up the basin. Lake Makgadikgadi was thus created.
As the millennia passed, the lake filled to capacity and began to overflow. About 20,000 years ago, as a result, it began to drain northwards and then eastwards. This caused the middle and lower Zambezi Rivers to connect, forming the Victoria Falls. With the water now able to flow out of the basin, Lake Makgadikgadi drained partially and its average level decreased.
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look at Google Earth, zoom in on the northwestern corner of Botswana. (west of Okavango Delta.) That looks like ancient sand dunes to you?
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Definitely man made, way too regular to be dunes - but 75' seems kind of wide for an irrigation canal - maybe if you had barges with a 30ft beam passing each other.
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Looks like it was just ancient sand dunes. Not ancient canals.

Lake Makgadikgadi



Approximately 3 million years ago, strong easterly winds formed long dunes which ran from east to west across the middle of the Kalahari Desert. During wetter times, these dunes channeled the great rivers of the area, the Okavango, Chobe, and Zambezi, eastwards with the Limpopo River into the Indian Ocean.
Approximately 2 million years ago, the fault known as the Kalahari-Zimbabwe axis (which runs from Harare through Bulawayo and ends in the east side of the Kalahari) formed and created an enormous basin and forced these rivers to flow into and fill up the basin. Lake Makgadikgadi was thus created.
As the millennia passed, the lake filled to capacity and began to overflow. About 20,000 years ago, as a result, it began to drain northwards and then eastwards. This caused the middle and lower Zambezi Rivers to connect, forming the Victoria Falls. With the water now able to flow out of the basin, Lake Makgadikgadi drained partially and its average level decreased.
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go ahead and believe the BS meant to make you think humanity is much you get than it is. i for one, do not. there is enough evidence out there to prove we are much older than we are told. civilization lost, but we were once far more technologically advanced than we are today.
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Definitely man made, way too regular to be dunes - but 75' seems kind of wide for an irrigation canal - maybe if you had barges with a 30ft beam passing each other.
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i reckon they made them too big so the water
would last during the dry season. they wouldnt make them
big for no reason/miscalculating
they were smart. they must been an extraordinary people

also big scale fish farming----stocking thousands of verieties of fish--big sharks, tunas etc
so when the waterlevel goes down in the summer theres still plenty for the fish

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Definitely man made, way too regular to be dunes - but 75' seems kind of wide for an irrigation canal - maybe if you had barges with a 30ft beam passing each other.
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Canals reported as 750 feet wide, one mile apart.
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Pretty awesome! Too bad there's no one left there who could maintain it.
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Yep, the whites were chased out of the area, and now the blacks scratch their head wondering what to do, while begging for the USA to send food
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This hill is close there were old rock art was found, but according to the link they are quite recent (2000 years ago)

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That's wild!

Thanks, OP.

Again, we don't know half of what we think we know.

Very interesting.
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How many nogs with sand buckets and little shovels would it take to dig a rut 750 feet wide and a 100,000 miles long?
They wuz all kangs, who done the diggin?
This takes the cake for out-of-Africa fantasies.
If these grooves are real they must have some natural cause.
Nobody but nobody needs a canal 750 feet wide, a mile from another one just like it.
How stupid is the author?
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some more photos of the area
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i learned this info 2 days ago through seeing this vid

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its a report about massive snow fall that covered a lot of south africa.
the guy said that a massive tsunami that was thousands of
feet/metres high travelled 100's of kilometres inland and
destroyed everything

its a very good vid --- it also informs you of the approaching mini ice age
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If you add agriculture and water to South Africa it would turn ghetto over night.The run by spear chuckings would sky rocket and inner city mud hut windows would be outfitted with wooden bars held together with dung.
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A lot of thought and work had to have been put into this, so we known who couldn't have build that...

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Looks like it was just ancient sand dunes. Not ancient canals.

Lake Makgadikgadi



Approximately 3 million years ago, strong easterly winds formed long dunes which ran from east to west across the middle of the Kalahari Desert. During wetter times, these dunes channeled the great rivers of the area, the Okavango, Chobe, and Zambezi, eastwards with the Limpopo River into the Indian Ocean.
Approximately 2 million years ago, the fault known as the Kalahari-Zimbabwe axis (which runs from Harare through Bulawayo and ends in the east side of the Kalahari) formed and created an enormous basin and forced these rivers to flow into and fill up the basin. Lake Makgadikgadi was thus created.
As the millennia passed, the lake filled to capacity and began to overflow. About 20,000 years ago, as a result, it began to drain northwards and then eastwards. This caused the middle and lower Zambezi Rivers to connect, forming the Victoria Falls. With the water now able to flow out of the basin, Lake Makgadikgadi drained partially and its average level decreased.
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look at Google Earth, zoom in on the northwestern corner of Botswana. (west of Okavango Delta.) That looks like ancient sand dunes to you?
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indeed, look around at Caprivi game Park, Kwando or Mangetti Park and will see has NOTHINGBURGER to do with Makgadikgadi "dunes"...

great find from 2016 OP!
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old news, that vimeo post is 5 years old.





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