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  1. cf-apps7865
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    A few of my South Pacific videos.
    The Strange Ruins Of Rapa Iti
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdjZ4-bHSyM

    The Big Ancient Mystery Of Palau, Micronesia
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piSJbpEQPnI&t=1167s

    The Strange Stone Statues Of Nuku Hiva
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvpB73RbX9A&t=45s

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  2. Jeff Krasulak
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Thank you, first video we have seen by you, and we are subscribed!

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  3. Janet Cameron
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Thanks cf.

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  4. Victor Valencik
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Mind blown.
    Thanks again brother.
    No doubt the higher elevations in this part of the world were all exposed before sea levels rose. I would assume these multiple higher elevations would make traversing this part of the globe much easier for our ancient ancestors. It’s all very fascinating.
    I’ve got to get myself a time machine
    Thank you for this video.
    Peace and blessings

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  5. EC Marks
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    C'mon you show the Wkipedia page but you didn't mention that archaeologists have studied the ruins which are similar to other structures in the area which indicate the possibility of early cohabitation by polynesians. Nor did you mention that a rail track had been laid by the guano diggers as well as building a docking pier. Granted little is known about earlier inhabitants but not overtly mysterious.

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  6. Designs By Dai
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Found in Peru. -20.4132320, -66.9996245

    Please consider taking a look at this salt bed anomaly.

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  7. Curtis Walker
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Lost, but not forgotten. Thank you.

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  8. SDaniel
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Malden Island and all the other islands in the oceans were bigger in the past because of rise of the water levels world wide… That's why there are (sunken) cities all over the world next to present coastal area's!

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  9. Karthi
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    13000 yrs ago it must have been far larger

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  10. ᛗᚨᚱᛄ ᛊ
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    forever embedded in ancient boomer humour https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5v0vmo?start=683

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  11. WhiskeyTango Sierra
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Now, this place is really mysterious. Especially since it is so low lying, and waterless for most purposes. Thanks.

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  12. Sasquatch
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Wow! You find some uber-cool stuff sometimes. Please keep up the good work.

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  13. Gene Hasenbuhler
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Definatly an ancient Starbucks foundation there, complete with parking lot and main entrance!

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  14. peter lawler
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    There are legends, how true they are is debated of the equal of holy islands where they were used for particular ceremonial gatherings by the holy men or the equal in Polynesian and Melanesian society. These islands were not lived on but were the centre of gatherings by the group of witch doctors ( poor choice of word but for the life of me can not remember the correct term ) on a regular periodic gathering. Some of the stone roads out to the sea may well be built later by the guano gatherers to load and unload ships. so a periodic gathering of groups to perform some form of ceremony over hundreds of years would create those older structures and even a small group to maintain/ keep sacred the island could be possible. Is pure speculation as there is some argument that the holy islands may have been a misinterpretation by later Europeans.

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  15. G Bro
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Thank you Chuck

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  16. Jay 'Ontario
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Vacay

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  17. Daniel Appleton
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Have you done anything on the Seychelles ? I understand that there have been some archeological finds there.

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  18. Rbee1
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    That was cool! Your links were very good, I had fun learning new stuff! Keep on keepin on! Glad I am not a quano digge,r but I would like to have seen their sailing train.

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  19. 420OREGREEN
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    this place is obviously a central trade port.

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  20. Ken Klakowich
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    What would the size of the island be with the sea level 100 metres lower????? Has any underwater work been done????? On goggle earth it looks like it is one of several mountain tops in the are. Very flat???? That doesn't make sense to me to be a natural formation. Not many mountains are that flat on top.

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  21. Ian Dalziel
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    I would imagine that the lagoon is a caldera – as those archipelagoes are all coral reefs on top of chains of submerged volcano tops – as you can see with google earth, formed over hot spots – it's not part of the Ring of Fire for nothing.

    While the UK H-bomb tests were high altitude – it isn't far (in island hopping terms) from The Marshall Islands where the USA has a left a toxic legacy from their nuclear testing as well – huge amounts of highly radioactive slow decaying material under a deteriorating concrete dome – which like all those islands will soon be severely compromised by encroaching sea levels.
    God forbid that's what those old rectangular marae are too – imagine some future archaeologist digging into that 'mysterious dome'…
    https://www.latimes.com/projects/marshall-islands-nuclear-testing-sea-level-rise/

    You probably saw these sites – but just in case:
    https://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/geography/Indonesia-to-Mongolia/Kiribati.html
    and
    https://books.google.co.nz/books?id=qa41DwAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=On+the+Road+of+the+Winds:+An+Archaeological+History+of+the+Pacific+Islands+…&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwic-dno0s3oAhX14jgGHbzCBcwQ6AEIMTAB#v=onepage&q=On%20the%20Road%20of%20the%20Winds%3A%20An%20Archaeological%20History%20of%20the%20Pacific%20Islands%20…&f=false

    and as Scott Bulgrin said earlier – Kirabati is pronounced 'kir-a-bass'
    https://dictionary.cambridge.org/pronunciation/english/kiribati

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  22. Joseph R Smith
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    And where are the bats hiding ?

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  23. 1111xyz
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Funny! Maybe it was a Starbucks stop off for ancient world wide travelers so long ago when stone was used as a main building material for it's abundance & longevity.

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  24. Yann Biron
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Strange ruins are hard to explain but the real mystery here is the damn Starbuck nearby…
    Seriously, very intriguing to say the least, maybe neolithic but not really "mega"lithic, still quite mysterious. Another fascinating report, thank you Chuck.👊

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  25. Scott Bulgrin
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    The nation of Kiribati is actually pronounced KIRIBAS. But the story goes that when a European explorer in the 19th century typed infomation from his visit to the islands, the typewriter that he used had some keys stuck together and it came out as Kiribati, sounds crazy I know!

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  26. PapaKryptoss
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    How could there be stuff left if they nuked. Strange

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  27. Dok Torwhy
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    this may by a link to this island https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rf_inGOubEg

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  28. will Simpkins
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Never heard of it and I thought I knew everything that's really cool man that's why I watch your Channel

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  29. bassmaster1953
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    With the past scattered with ice ages, this island was most likely much, much larger. Leading to the possibility of fresh water and shorter distances between land masses. Randal Carlson is my go to guy for these things.

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  30. Ron Haskell--ELE of AIR
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    It was Nuked!

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  31. Gerard Johnson
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Very interesting. That appears to be a quay extending out into the ocean. BUT! No harbor, no boat or raft materials. Bring your own boat. Not a nice place to moor a water craft during a blow.

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  32. Craig Wilson
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Thank you great video!

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  33. Bestowic Primer
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Have u seen island 30m?

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  34. CrackSabbath
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Are there caves there? Guano?

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  35. R.A. Zekauskas
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    Hey Chuck, Hope you are good my friend? Just a quick comment here. I bet you're relieved…lol. I think that whole dang island maybe man made? I think we are going to find, as minds in the orthodox Historical and Archeological community continue to open up, that large areas all over the place are man built constructs? Was it an old video of yours where the narrator, using google maps, goes around the Italian coastline and points out all the huge man-made harbors? Anyway…that island's relatively straight coastlines and its unusual triangular shape, with no volcano, might indicate that its artificial?

    Just a thought,

    R.A.Z.

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  36. Project Redfoot
    April 6, 2020 @ 5:19 am

    I would be curious about any ruins under the nearby water

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