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Sunken Continents versus Continental Drift

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Mario Dantas
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« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2008, 06:24:25 pm »

Dear Carolyn Silver,


So either it was a piece that slid north like Greenland, or it was a piece that just plain SUNK.  During the 1950s, they discovered a sunken block of continent in the Mid Atlantic, so my money would be put on "sunk."

One of the main questions is where did the equivalent amount of magma go? If a cup is full and you throw a stone in it, the stone will sink but some of the liquid will drop out of the cup, likewise in the case of Atlantis i again ask where would the exceeding matter go? There would have to be quite substantial evidences , as a matter of fact equally substantial to the Volume of the large Island proving that!

On the contrary it is "contra natura" that such thing ever happened.

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