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« Reply #60 on: October 03, 2010, 08:49:05 pm »

Antarctica subsided under ice... Wink

Cute, Ostanes. That's a perversion of the word "subsided."  Embarrassed I don't know of any definition of the word that would fit your usage. And where is there a shoal of mud in or around Antartica, covered by ice? I doubt anyone would know there was frozen mud underneath all that ice. I sincerely doubt any ancient Egyptian or Greek travelers would've made it that far south.

And Antarctica does not face Gadira (Cadiz, Spain). Plato drew a pretty clear picture of the location of Atlantis. If the large island (NOT continent, please!) existed, this would've been the perfect place for it -- right along a tectonic plate boundary. Over 90% of all mountains are formed near tectonic plate boundaries, as are numerous islands, like the Philippines, where I currently live. You might want to check out my video on "Why the Philippines will Not be the Next Atlantis." And if you want sources and more details, check out the article on "Geology of Atlantis," on the same website.

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