(MSNBC.com) “Undersea archaeologists claim they have found the ruins of an ancient city on the bottom of the Caribbean Sea, and these same researchers claim that it is the fabled and lost city of Atlantis. The satellite photos do show something that could be a city, and the researchers believe that what they’ve found would predate the pyramids of Egypt. Indeed they claim to be able to make out a pyramid and other city-like structures from the satellite photos.
The archaeologists have so far refused to divulge their identities or the location in the Caribbean. They say they are raising money for an expedition to confirm their findings.”
At least one of the photos shown in the video below look to me like a side-scan sonar image (much different than a satellite photo) and several researchers I’ve heard from suspect this is a hoax. One person also points out that the video’s commentator grossly misuses the phrase “20,000 leagues under the sea” since that would be more than 15 times the radius of the earth! However, this same commentator asks a question I’ve been asking here since the beginning of this blog: How can the “science” of archaeology claim to “know” the history of mankind when they’ve only explored a fraction of the planet? You be the judge: