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Scientists Study Earth's Missing Crust

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« on: April 24, 2007, 03:38:58 am »

Hi Cleasterwood,

I'm fairly certain that those measurements are a little off. Take the measurements of Plato's flat plain, for instance - no large level place measures that big anywhere in the world.  I don't think that a continent could actually sink anyway (at least there is no evidence that one ever has), however, there is ample evidence that islands sink all the time. I'd say that Atlantis was a good-sized island that sank somewhere along the super volcanic Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
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