Does the Bimini Road Lead to the Lost City of Atlantis?

Published 09/03/2019

The Syqwest Team, utilizing the StrataboxHD, the latest in CHIRP sediment profiling technology, is trying to find out where the Bimini road leads.  We have been invited to an on the set filming of Discovery Channel's "Expedition Unknown".   Electronics professionals Mark Girouard and Timothy Morel used a 10kHz Strata Box HD Chirp sediment imaging profiler off the coast of Bimini Island, Bahamas. The team helped uncover the mysteries behind varying rock formations along the "Bimini Road", and also helped experts better understand whether these formations are natural geological occurrences or man made.


More images and digital media coming later in 2019.



The main story  

An structure rests along the ocean floor directly off of the coast of Bimini in The Bahamas. Local legend claims it is a remnant of the ancient city of Atlantis.

The long flat stones found at the site have been studied by divers and archaeologists alike for several years.  Together, all of the stones are known as The Bimini Road.  Many have attempted to discern whether the stones are a natural phenomenon, or evidence of an ancient civilization.

Expedition Unknown and the Syqwest Team are here to find the bottom of this sea-floor mystery.  Conventional geologists have performed core sampling and claim the stones are natural.  The StrataBoxHD will either confirm or deny this.



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Our Syqwest Engineers utilizing the StrataboxHD CHIRP system to analyze the rock layers beneath the sediment to see what they can uncover.  With 16  bit Full Spectrum CHIRP signal processing, the data will be very high resolution.








The Bimini Road is an underwater rock formation located just off the coast of the Bahamian island of North Bimini, which can be seen here.








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