Surprising findings from the depths
Space may be the last frontier, but on Earth there is still plenty of unknown. In addition to the impenetrable rain forests, dangerous mountain peaks and a considerable part of the Antarctic tundra, the vast majority of Terra incognita hidden water. What awaits us there? No one knows. See what amazing discoveries made deep divers in our enlightened age, and yet still have to explore a lot.
In 2010, a group of divers plunged into the Baltic Sea. The researchers were looking for a downed World War II aircraft, and accidentally stumbled on a real ghost ship. If we believe the analysis, it was built in the XVII century, and probably (judging by circumstantial evidence) belonged to the Dutch. However, it is not clear that the Dutch ship made in those waters, and how has managed to sink.
Sunken City Heraklion
Discovered in 2000 by Frank Goddio, Heraklion (also known as Tony's) is located on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt, just north of Alexandria. The town has long been considered a mythical since sunk about 1200 years ago. Divers lifted from the bottom of a truly unique artifacts - gold coins, stone statues, bronze plaques, and 60 ships standing, apparently, in the harbor. How could sink ships? Why locals do not use them? More questions than answers.
Beautiful trees flank the shore of the real underwater river flowing at the bottom of the Mexican cave. The fact that the river water is much denser than the surrounding. Similar rivers have in the Black Sea and in the Amazon.
Another example of man-made structures at depth. Formation of rectangular limestone rocks known today as the Bimini Road. In 1978, researchers conducted radiouglevodny plates analysis, which found that the age of 3,500 years. It is likely that the Bimini Road is just fine freak of nature, but there is another version. Researchers at George. Manson Valentine, Jacques Mayol and Robert Angov (they discovered strange stones in 1958) believe that stumbled upon the remains of Atlantis itself!
In 1987, a diver Kihachiro Arataki, sought sharks descended into the water on the southern coast of Japan. Instead of predatory fish startled diver discovered the majestic monolithic slab, clearly of human origin. The study of deep-sea monument is now engaged in a group of researchers from the University of Ryukyusa. Team Leader, Masaaki Kimura, already put forward some pretty bold assumptions, according to which Yonaguni stones were built half a million years ago. But by whom?
The anomaly of the Baltic Sea
"The anomaly of the Baltic Sea" was opened in June 2011, the Swedish Ocean X. command inside the main circle (which, let's face it, looks exactly like the spaceship from the fantastic saga) is something like the stairs leading into the depths. Scientists are still trying to find a logical explanation for this strange formation, but so far none of the speculation has not been confirmed.
Chi Cheng, known as the "Lion City", was once the center of politics and commerce in east China's Zhejiang Province. However, in 1959 China's growth and attempts at modernization were so great that the government has decided that in the area need to hydroelectric power. Artificial lake flooded the ancient city, which is now under the water column. Surprisingly, over 58 years of information about the existence of the Lion City has been completely lost, and only recently, local divers were surprised to come across the majestic underwater ruins.