In what appears to be a ground-breaking discovery, a video promotion of an upcoming show on Discovery Communications-owned Science Channel claims that Ram Setu bridge was not a natural formation but is man-made. Citing images from a Nasa satellite, the show claims that investigators have found a line of rocks 30 miles long between Sri Lanka and India. The 7,000-year-old rocks are sitting on sand that is 4,000-years-old. The stones in the image are sitting on a ‘sandbar’, which occurs in areas with shallow water.
In fact, geologist Dr Alan Lester believes that the stones were brought from afar and set atop the sandbar island chain. The discovery will be aired on a TV show on the Science Channel called What on Earth with the episode called Ancient Land Bridge. (source: TOI, FP)
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