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Author Topic: HIGHLIGHTS IN EARLY ATLANTOLOGY  (Read 1195 times)
Tom Hebert
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« Reply #15 on: July 03, 2007, 11:37:36 am »

Dear BlueHue,

We have explained this to you before.  Georgeos has nothing to do with Dr. Jacques Collina-Girard.  Collina-Girard is an internationally recognized scientist.  Goergeos is a pseudoscientist.  The following article explains the difference:

Greetings Caroline Silver,
"Didn't you know that Georgeos invented Atlantology, Tom??" LOL...I am sure Tom is aware of that! In fact, I'd bet just about everybody who ever posted on AR was made tediously aware of that... ROFLAMAO!!!

Did 'GEORGEOS' "invent ( modern-)Atlantology ??

Not that I knew of, or it must be a proverbial overstatement,
but I do know that in 2003 'GEORGEOS 'Spartel Mudshoal HOAXopublication and his game of Claims with Paleo-Oceanographist Collinna Girard, from the Univ.du midi in France,( of whom no-one had ever heard before, ) did start the Atlantishype, because it could not be a mere coincidence,  every Science magazine in the World 'GEORGEOS 'certainly put Atlantology on the Map albeit with a falsh Location theory.     Sincerely " BlueHue "
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