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Columbus' Anchor found?

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Hmm.... Seems like a stretch to me. Sure it is an early anchor but, as they were hard to produce and expensive, might have been in use well into the following century before being lost. Unless there is a log stating that an anchor of that size was lost in that location by one of Columbus' ships, I remain sceptical!

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Rediculouse assumptions and what is with this outrageous "I can see shipwrecks from low earth orbit" nonsense? Science got us pretty far, and the space program represents a milestone in human achievement that shouldn't be sullied by allowing dingbat nonsense to ride its coat tails into something like legitimacy. Shame on anyone promoting this nonsense masquerading as nautical archeology.




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