A well-known geologist has discovered what might be the most significant evidence of humanity’s existence millions of years ago.
Dr. K Vijaya Bhat, the chairman of India’s Geological Survey, claims to have uncovered ruins of an ancient built bridge, implying that our race was capable of designing structures that survived natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis before they were ever conceived!
The bridge spans an ocean and is a stunning structure. The 10:1 ratio matches to real measurements taken today, with the alleged visible facility spanning a large area from India to Sri Lanka in length and breadth.
It’s tough to believe that a million years ago, our forebears created bridges with equal proportions. One such example is the K R (I-Pronoun) Bridge, which was constructed over ten thousand years before construction on the present project started!
The Hindu god Rama, according to Hinduism, created the fabled bridge. K R is said to be the founder and spiritual leader of Sт D, one of the world’s oldest religions.
The bridge is sometimes referred to as the Rama Setu, however, it is most often known to as Adams Bridge. Many times throughout India’s epic Ramayana–which tells of how Prince Ravendev’s incarnation found a land bridge between Sri Lanka and India that became his coronation seat after vanquishing an evil demon king named Mahiravana with the help of Hanuman The Monkey God who helped him build this structure during one chapter in particular–the phrase “Rava Adi” or easily crossing over can be heard many times throughout its pages. Although these terms seem to be the same at first glance, they have quite different meanings!
Many people are fascinated with human history’s prehistory. Dr. S Badrinarayanan – former director and coordinator for geological survey at NIOOT – identified an undiscovered structure in ocean layers off the coast using carbon dating methods he created, implying that people have been on Earth for considerably longer than we’ve been taught.
After studying core samples from the bridge, he is certain that we are dealing with a manufactured structure created more than a million years ago, not a natural creation, as some experts have suggested.
Dr. Badrinarayanan and his colleagues dug ten boreholes along Adam’s Bridge’s course, uncovering astonishing findings at 6 meters below ground level: an equal layer of calcareous sandstone dominated by corals and boulder-like items.
When the divers uncovered an even deeper strata with more stones, they were taken aback. This revealed that they had crossed the causeway bridge from both sides! There is more evidence of the previous quarrying in these areas, according to Dr. Badrinarayanan.
In a Rediff discussion board, Dr. Badrinarayanan said that he thinks the causeway was built by humans rather than nature. He said, “It is artificial; there is evidence of human manipulation in its top half.”
“You must first study a few things in order to grasp what I’m saying from a geological position.”
“Once upon a time, Adam’s Bridge served as a natural grade separation between the Bay of Bengal from the Indian Ocean to the south.” As a consequence, geological characteristics on both sides vary.”
Dr. Badrinarayanan continued, ”
“On top of the sea sands, we uncovered a diverse collection of corals, calcareous sandstones, and boulder-like materials.”
“Unexpectedly, we discovered loose sand up to 4–5 meters (13–16 feet) below that, followed by hard formations.”
“We’re getting loose sand beneath the corals and rocks, which indicates it’s not natural,” says the researcher.
The Ramayana bridge is said to have been built on top of a rocky outcropping covered in both large and small stones. They can not only utilize these rocks since they float in water, but they can also use them to construct their foundation on!
Suvrat Kher is not among those who oppose Dr. Badrinarayanan! The geologist, who specializes in marine formations, is certain that the alleged bridge was constructed gradually over time by nature, a process he calls “sedimentation.”
The bridge, according to Dr. Kher, is as follows:
“Glacier building and melting generated tens of meters of sea-level fluctuation throughout the Pleistocene ice age, providing the framework for multiple cycles of coral reef and sand shoal formation.”
“During times of significant sea-level drops in the Pleistocene, there would have been a land connection between India and Sri Lanka.”
“However, once the last Wisconsin glacier melted, global sea levels started to rise.”