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ATLANTIS & the Atlantic Ocean

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« Reply #105 on: January 03, 2008, 12:35:48 am »

Firstly Desiree basically says that you can't say Atlantis doesn't exist in the Atlantic just because it hasn't been found there yet.  I agree with that ,but then she says that a huge landmass can't sink.  Why can't a huge landmass sink ?  Just because we haven't found out it happens yet ??

Hi Mark

Geologist William Hutton (a geology PhD for 60 years) has a theory which shows how major portions of the crust can downwarp during an axial poleshift. 


Also large masses can appear to "sink" when in truth they were inundated or flooded by rising sea levels at the close of the Pleistocene ice age.  It's well known that huge tracts of land -ancient islands and coastlines such as the Grand Bahama Bank, the Campeche Bank around the Yucatan and the Florida Shelf- were swallowed up by 100-300 ft. of water during this period.

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