William B Stoecker on Mar 25 2008, 02:43 AM, said:
However, after the Ice Age, the Earth, from 10,000 to 6,000 BP, was much warmer than now, and perhaps there could have been farms and cities in southern coastal Greenland, now destroyed by the ice. In fact, when the Vikings settled there, during the Medieval Warm Period, it was somewhat milder than today. And what of interglacial periods before the last Ice Age? This is only speculation, but there might have been civilizations there or in other cold regions. William B Stoecker
Well considering we are finding soooo many underwater settlements/cities from other races like the neanderthals and such, why would it be such a suprise to discover the actual atlantis? Its proof, we found underwater cities of great sizes, like Alexandria, and cities of the like. When they do find Atlantis, i wont be suprised.