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Sunken Continents versus Continental Drift

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Mario Dantas
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« Reply #30 on: August 08, 2008, 06:36:46 am »

Dear Arcturus,


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One of the most striking details is a large lake or crater on what was once the top of huge cliffs towering above the plateau below.The streams and rivers that fed it are still clearly defined.

And that raises one of the mysteries. Why did coastal erosion not obliterate all that detail as the sea slow rose over the land?

Could it mean that some cataclysmic event took place that allowed the sea to overwhelm the land before erosion could begin?


In this Geoid there are clear signs that something existed before not only at the spot mentioned by your article but in several other places too.

Although it could be argued that those were remnants of Atlantis, i am inclined to think that actually those were other Islands (as Critias states) or even that a greater UK existed in pre Historic times.

My theory of Atlantis in Greenland predicts that a sudden movement of the whole Island of Greenland took place in the Atlantic and slightly "crunched" the peripheral Continental plates of Africa, Europe and America while dislocating towards the North.

Anyway, it is a very interesting finding regarding our ancient Continental configuration. One way or the other it will inevitably lead to Greenland and Iceland, as the Geological "trailing" engine that changed the face of the Atlantic.

Regards,

M

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