Scientists have long followed the “yellow brick path” found in the depths of the Pacific Ocean.
An expedition to a deep-sea coral reef north of the Hawaiian Islands found an ancient dry lake that looked like a yellow brick road. The Nautilus research team, which is currently exploring the Lilio Ocalani Reef as part of the Papahanumokuwake Marine National Monument, encountered an unusual and somewhat strange sight.
By the way, the Papahanoumokuakia Marine National Monument is one of the largest marine protected areas in the world, the largest of all the national parks in the United States. So far, scientists have explored only three percent of the region’s beaches.
Researchers at the Ocean Exploration Trust are moving the boundaries of this desert more than 3,000 meters below the waves, and the best part is that everyone can see the research.
During the day, the researchers shared live recordings from the facility, and recently posted an interesting section on deep-sea driving on YouTube.
“This is the way to Atlantis, the yellow brick road,” the researcher could be heard screaming on the radio.
Although less than a thousand meters from the ocean, the lake found by the researchers appears to be remarkably dry. The earth looks almost like a ‘baked crust’ that can be peeled off.
In a small part, the volcanic rock erupted in the same way that the bricks erupted.
Following the brick path is an indication that we are moving in the right direction and we can learn more about the hidden geography of the earth.
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