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For Atlantis, turn right at Cyprus

  1. Ivan Seeking

    Ivan Seeking 12,521
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    http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/news/story/0,11711,1051220,00.html
     
  2. jcsd
  3. My opinion is that Atlantis originated exclusively in the imagination of a certain Greek person, during an inexplicable bout of confabulation, or hallucination in what was otherwise a sober and realistic mind.

    It seems that I hear about a new discovery of what could have been Atlantis once or twice a year. I really don't believe there was an Atlantis.
     
  4. If he's pinpointed the location, where's the proof? If I think I'm on the brink of a monumentual discovery like this, I'd go the extra mile and get proof. Pictures, sonar graphs, undeniable proof. THEN I publish my results. Almost only counts in horshoes and hand grenades
     
  5. megashawn

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    Hey, its the 21st century. Nukes work too.
     
  6. If Atlantis existed, I think it was in the Atlantic (duh). Here maybe?:
    http://www.earthfiles.com
    (I've not been there in a while, so it may take some searching, it was right on top last time, about Cuba and underwater structures)
     
  7. Yes, that's what I meant!
     
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