Mysterious B.C. stone circle a result of natural forces: scientists
On a remote, windswept ridge high above the treeline in the Coast Mountains of southwestern B.C., the dull hues of a brownish-green plateau suddenly give way to a bright-white, 50-metre-wide circle of stone.
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#1 Feb 15, 2012
Sorry I don't believe that it wasn't created by man. There is an interested you tube video about underwater structures off of the coast of Japan that National Geographic did a documentary on, and scientist refuse to acknowledge man kinds hand in building these structures because scientists would have to reevaluate human history, and that would mean stepping on the toes of evolution theories.
#2 Aug 27, 2012
I have just read the article whereby two scientists state their opinions that the mysterious British Columbia, Canada stone circle is the result of only natural forces. Actually, I believe a second set of scientists should study that stone circle so we can have a second opinion. Perhaps the stone circle is partly the result of natural forces and partly the result of ancient Indians who took advantage of the situation and we are seeing the completed job. Maybe Canadian Indian tribes can help fill us in on more information as to the origin of the massive stone circle. What do their ancient legends and stories say on this matter?
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