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Scientists Study Earth's Missing Crust

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« on: April 23, 2007, 07:01:24 am »

I'd love to scream "Hey It's Atlantis"  but if you read Plato's stats you can clearly see that 30 miles isn't long enough to match Plato's descriptions.  30 miles only equals 260.42 stades.  Although it could be only a small portion of the missing continent, it seems like it'd be hard to explain why all the missing continent isn't showing up as this questionable mantle.  Gives us something more to speculate.   Grin
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