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1. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:10 BST
or i should say, in an anti-diluvian world ?
look here what i have foundhttp://maps.google.com/maps?ll=41.023656,-73.216528&z=12&...3 lines of walls-roads
i dont know if that is a modern submarine work for any reason, OR ar road-walls-harbour channel to let ships come in, before the area was fulfilled by waters (it's inside a gulf, in the direction of the EXIT of it)
every line is about 10 km long, and less than 1 thick (the 2 big ones)
apparently (i measured with google earth, not maps) those roads are 4-5 meters higher than the roads inside (the empty spaces)
i have found this 1 hour ago
(see it as a New Yorkean BIMINI wall)
2. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:11 BST
This is the oddest topic I have ever seen.
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3. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:12 BST
and most important it's ONLY 30 meters on the floor of the water(while other imaginary lines, later known as Scentific Boats Scansm are 3-4000 meters on the floor of the ocean)
considering that is pretty certain that since the last Glaciacion Meltdown, the world waters rose up from 30 to 150 meters (maximum accepted)
4. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:13 BST
a part the oddity(oddest?) of the thread, is the find, odd ?
5. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:19 BST
The google maps picture isn't atlantis....
Well but I don't know why it shouldn't be real. Although I think it was just a rich and nice city that was on a cliff or something and an enormous landslide pushed it into the ocean or someting
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6. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:22 BST
I believe in Atlantis.I also believe in the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus.
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7. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:22 BST
Not really, but then we have explored so little of the ocean's. There could be something down below, maybe.
8. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:24 BST
yes i do it is in a deep trench
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9. Posted: Tue 1st Sep 2009 23:24 BST
if we mean the European Atlantis (by Plato) probably it isntif we mean the civilizations who lived on the coasts of North America (NY area) during the last Glacial Age
if that is a wall/road or Harbour (old at least 8.000 years, for the water levels) , wheater its Atlantis, or ChicaChica(random name) its secondary, but such find in such location is terribly huge actually north america history is made of indians, mounds, mounds and indians
imho this can be the very same situation of the BIMINI WALL-ROAD down to Bahamas
but NY is sensational
Edited on Tue 1st September, 2009 @ 23:28 by mauzii
10. Posted: Wed 2nd Sep 2009 00:23 BST
I've actually read a few books now whereby they make a good case for Atlantis being Antartica before the Ice Age. Maps have been found (search Maps of the ancient sea gods or Charles Hapgood) that were made of Antartica before it was covered in Ice and these match up perfectly with recent sonar scans done by the navy.The maps have been proven not to be fake but historians don't like it as it throws their historical time lines out the window. They reckon a sea faring race exsisted well before the Eygytians and mapped a lot of the world.They also knew the earth wasn't flat. They probably got wiped out in the ice age and subsequent floods but maybe some made it through carrying the tales of 'Atlantis' with them. I have seen the under water walls you speak of and they are very intresting too. I genuienly believe that an advanced race exsisted before Egypt because in historical terms Egypt just sprang up out of nowwhere ,where did the technology come from? Same in South America with their pyramids.One theory is that the survivors of Atlantis found there way to new lands bringing with them knowledge.These figures would have appeared almost Godlike to the natives and prehaps thats where tales like Noah's Ark originate from the floods as every continent has an almost exact same story regarding a great flood and an ark. It's really intresting stuff.
Edited on Wed 2nd September, 2009 @ 00:25 by OldBoy
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11. Posted: Wed 2nd Sep 2009 00:26 BST
Do you mean the legendary super advanced city of atlantis or just a city that sunk from an earthquake the latter is posable but the former seems unlikely.
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12. Posted: Wed 2nd Sep 2009 00:33 BST
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13. Posted: Wed 2nd Sep 2009 00:54 BST
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14. Posted: Wed 2nd Sep 2009 03:00 BST
I for one absolutely love the Disney movie Atlantis the Lost Empire! I watched it for fun just a few days ago!
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15. Posted: Thu 3rd Sep 2009 01:28 BST
Yeah, Atlantis is smack dab between Connecticut and New York. rolleyes
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16. Posted: Thu 3rd Sep 2009 06:42 BST
I believe in Atlantis. Of course, I also think that the world is flat, Chuck Norris really is God, and that the Tooth Fairy stole my socks.
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17. Posted: Thu 3rd Sep 2009 14:40 BST
I believe in Atlantis. Of course, I also think that the world is flat.
Why oh why do people love their own ignorance so much? Many peoples (ancient ones) knew the Earth was not flat. You may want to look into it, much history has been undisclosed in the indoctrination centers of our western world.
And yeah, Atlantis really was the pre-Flood world, when the area we now know as the continent Antarctica was a nice warm, temperate place to live, ferns and all...
The global flood legends are global because there was a global Flood event.
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18. Posted: Fri 4th Sep 2009 00:39 BST
I don't believe in a super advanced civilization, maybe for that time period but not advanced by today's standards. There were some ancient cities that had flushing toilets and the like. It really is fascinating, but for super advanced (compared to he present), possibly alien civilization? No.
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19. Posted: Fri 4th Sep 2009 06:21 BST
Blue+Protoman wrote:I believe in Atlantis. Of course, I also think that the world is flat.Why oh why do people love their own ignorance so much? Many peoples (ancient ones) knew the Earth was not flat. You may want to look into it, much history has been undisclosed in the indoctrination centers of our western world.And yeah, Atlantis really was the pre-Flood world, when the area we now know as the continent Antarctica was a nice warm, temperate place to live, ferns and all...The global flood legends are global because there was a global Flood event.
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20. Posted: Fri 4th Sep 2009 08:21 BST
You and I explored quite a bit of the ocean the other night. How could you forget so quickly?
Also, this thread is easily throwing up some of my favourite posts of recent times. Keep them coming, everyone.
PS No I do not believe in Atlantis.
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