Are these underwater structures intelligently designed?

“Intelligent Design” assumes we humans can distinguish between things which were “intelligently” designed and things which were not. Well, what about this?

This is from the website of Graham Hancock, an amateur marine archaeologist, journalist, and author of controversial books including Underworld: Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age and Fingerprints of the Gods. The picture shows “the stone circles, or ‘labyrinths’ of Kerama [about 30-40km west of Naha, the capital of Okinawa], at depths between 27 and 33 metres. It has not yet been determined whether these are natural phenomena or structures that were worked by some ancient people when this land was last above sea-level about 10,000 years ago.”

Even more noteworthy is the nearby “monument” at Yonaguni (Wikipedia), 100 feet underwater at the very southern tip of Okinawa near Taiwan. Some people think its ledges, circular openings, and “pathways” are the result of natural forces, while others see the capital of the fabled “Mu” civilization of yore.

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