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Could Atlantis be under Greenland's Ice?


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#481    Mario Dantas

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Posted 10 July 2013 - 11:24 PM

I have been reading Charles Darwin´s geological views (the voyage of the Beagle) on the island where i live (Santiago), but also his most famous book the Origin of species, on the evolution of nature. Darwin and Charles Lyell understood the existence of a completely new and different reality, back in 1830, on one hand that of the incredible amount of biological information and on the other, we came to know that the statigraphic elements in Lyell´s book Principles of Geology established rules that are still followed today, as is, by Geology.

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Principles of Geology (full title: Principles of Geology: being an attempt to explain the former changes of the Earth's surface, by reference to causes now in operation) is a book by the Scottishgeologist Charles Lyell. Published in three volumes in 1830–33, it established Lyell's credentials as an important geological theorist and popularised the doctrine of uniformitarianism (first suggested byJames Hutton). The central argument in Principles was that "the present is the key to the past": that geological remains from the distant past can, and should, be explained by reference to geological processes now in operation and thus directly observable.
Lyell's interpretation of geologic change as the steady accumulation of minute changes over enormously long spans of time was also a central theme in the Principles, and a powerful influence on the youngCharles Darwin, who was given Volume 1 of the first edition by Robert FitzRoy, captain of HMS Beagle, just before they set out on the voyage of the Beagle. On their first stop ashore at St Jago, Darwin found rock formations which -seen "through Lyell's eyes"- gave him a revolutionary insight into the geological history of the island, an insight he applied throughout his travels. While in South America, Darwin received Volume 2, which rejected the idea of organic evolution, proposing "Centres of Creation" to explain diversity and territory of species. Darwin's ideas gradually moved beyond this, but in geology he was very much Lyell's disciple and sent home extensive evidence and theorising supporting Lyell's uniformitarianism, including Darwin's ideas about the formation of atolls.
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It is all very well when time passes through, with minimum stress, in a orderly fashion. But, the crust of our planet and its hot molten magma supporting it, can act wildly, for lack of a better term. The earth´s thin crust can be disturbed in unimaginable ways. There cannot be a doubt that this is so. I strongly believe that a tectonic shift happened around 10.000 years ago. Pangea´s breakup could be hiding a different geological scenario, that is ignored. The spreading rate of continents could have been provoked by other causes, and at a completely different pace, that is, rapidly, in a short period of time and when forces ceased, continents continued to work, as normal plates again, as observed today.

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in like manner, in the account given to Solon by the Egyptian priests, of the submersion of the island of Atlantis under the waters of the ocean, after repeated shocks of an earthquake, we find that the event happened when Jupiter had seen the moral depravity of the inhabitants†

Lyell, Charles. 1830. Principles of geology, being an attempt to explain the former changes of the Earth's surface, by reference to causes now in operation. London: John Murray. Volume 1.

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 07:19 PM

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It's been called the most important scientific book ever. A stunning claim, but certainly Charles Lyell's Principles of Geology, published in 1830, shook prevailing views of how Earth had been formed. His book was an attack on the common belief among geologists and other Christians that unique catastrophes or supernatural events -- such as Noah's flood -- shaped Earth's surface. According to this view, a once-tumultuous period of change had slowed to today's calmer, more leisurely pace.
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Posted 12 July 2013 - 08:06 PM

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PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY,

BEING

AN ATTEMPT TO EXPLAIN THE FORMER CHANGES OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE,

BY REFERENCE TO CAUSES NOW IN OPERATION.

BY

CHARLES LYELL, ESQ., F.R.S.




It is not inconsistent with the Hindoo mythology to suppose, that Pythagoras might have found in the East not only the system of universal and violent catastrophes and periods of repose in endless succession, but also that of periodical revolutions, effected by the continued agency of ordinary causes. For Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva, the first, second, and third persons of the Hindoo triad, severally represented the Creative, the Preserving, and the Destroying powers of the Deity. The co-existence of these three attributes, all in simultaneous operation, might well accord with the notion of perpetual but partial alterations finally bringing about a complete change. But the fiction expressed in the verses before quoted from Menu, of eternal vicissitudes in the vigils and slumbers of the Infinite Being seems accommodated to the system of great general catastrophes followed by new creations and periods of repose.

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In the Egyptian and Eastern cosmogonies, and in the Greek version of them, no very definite meaning can, in general, be attached to the term "destruction of the world," for sometimes it would seem almost to imply the annihilation of our planetary system, and at others a mere revolution of the surface of the earth.

From the works now extant of Aristotle, and from the system of Pythagoras, as above exposed, we might certainly infer that these philosophers considered the agents of change now operating in Nature, as capable of bringing about in the lapse of ages a complete revolution; and the Stagyrite even considers occasional catastrophes, happening at distant intervals of time, as part of the regular and ordinary course of Nature. The deluge of Deucalion, he says, affected Greece only, and principally the part called Hellas, and it arose from great inundations of rivers during a rainy winter. But such extraordinary winters, he says, though after a certain period they return, do not always revisit the same places*. Censorinus quotes it as Aristotle's opinion, that there were general inundations of the globe, and that they alternated with conflagrations, and that the flood constituted the winter of the great year, or astronomical cycle, while the conflagration, or destruction by fire, is the summer or period of greatest heat†. If this passage, as Lipsius supposes, be an amplification by Censorinus, of what is written in " the Meteorics," it is a gross misrepresentation of the doctrine of the Stagyrite, for the general bearing of his reasoning in that treatise tends clearly in an opposite direction. He refers to many examples of changes now constantly going on, and insists emphatically on the great results which they must produce in the lapse of ages. He instances particular cases of lakes that had dried up, and deserts that had at length become watered by rivers and fertilized. He points to the growth of the Nilotic delta since the time of Homer, to the shallowing of the Palus Mæotis within sixty years from his own time, and although, in the same chapter, he says nothing of earthquakes, yet in others of the same treatise‡, he shews himself not unacquainted with their effects.

* Meteor. lib. i. cap. xii.
† De Die. Nat,
‡ Lib. ii. cap. 14, 15, and 16.
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He alludes, for example, to the upheaving of one of the Eolian islands, previous to a volcanic eruption. "The changes of the earth, he says, are so slow in comparison to the duration of our lives, that they are overlooked (?av?avei); and the migrations of people after great catastrophes, and their removal to other regions, cause the event to be forgotten*." When we consider the acquaintance displayed by Aristotle with the destroying and renovating powers of nature in his various works, the introductory and concluding passages of the twelfth chapter of his "Meteorics" are certainly very remarkable. In the first sentence he says, "the distribution of land and sea in particular regions does not endure throughout all time, but it becomes sea in those parts where it was land, and again it becomes land where it was sea, and there is reason for thinking that these changes take place according to a certain system, and within a certain period." The concluding observation is as follows: "As time never fails, and the universe is eternal, neither the Tanais, nor the Nile, can have flowed for ever. The places where they rise were once dry, and there is a limit to their operations, but there is none to time. So also of all other rivers, they spring up and they perish, and the sea also continually deserts some lands and invades others. The same tracts, therefore, of the earth are not some always sea, and others always continents, but every thing changes in the course of time."

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Posted 12 July 2013 - 08:32 PM

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Pythagoras, who resided for more than twenty years in Egypt, and, according to Cicero, had visited the East, and conversed with the Persian philosophers, introduced into his own country, on his return, the doctrine of the gradual deterioration of the human race from an original state of virtue and happiness; but if we are to judge of his theory concerning the destruction and renovation of the earth, from the sketch given by Ovid, we must concede it to have been far more philosophical than any known version of the cosmologies of Oriental or Egyptian sects. Although Pythagoras is introduced by the poet as delivering his doctrine in person, some of the illustrations are derived from natural events which happened after the death of the philosopher. But notwithstanding these anachronisms, we may regard the account as a true picture of the tenets of the Pythagorean school in the Augustan age; and although perhaps partially modified, it must have contained the substance of the original scheme. Thus considered, it is extremely curious and instructive; for we here find a comprehensive and masterly summary of almost all the great causes of change now in activity on the globe, and these adduced in confirmation of a principle of perpetual and gradual revolution inherent in the nature of our terrestrial system. These doctrines, it is true, are not directly applied to the explanation of geological phenomena; or, in other words, no attempt is made to estimate what may have been, in past ages, or what may hereafter be, the aggregate amount of change brought about by such never-ending fluctuations. Had this been the case, we might have been called upon to admire so extraordinary an anticipation with no less interest than astronomers, when they endeavour to divine by what means the Samian

*Aristophanes' Birds, 694.

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philosopher came to the knowledge of the Copernican theory. Let us now examine the celebrated passages to which we have been adverting*:—

"Nothing perishes in this world; but things merely vary and change their form. To be born, means simply that a thing begins to be something different from what it was before; and dying, is ceasing to be the same thing. Yet, although nothing retains long the same image, the sum of the whole remains constant." These general propositions are then confirmed by a series of examples, all derived from natural appearances, except the first, which refers to the golden age giving place to the age of iron. The illustrations are thus consecutively adduced.

1. Solid land has been converted into sea.
2. Sea has been changed into land. Marine shells lie far distant from the deep, and the anchor has been found on the summit of hills.
3. Valleys have been excavated by running water, and floods have washed down hills into the sea †.
4. Marshes have become dry ground.
5. Dry lands have been changed into stagnant pools.
6. During earthquakes some springs have been closed up, and new ones have broken out. Rivers have deserted their channels, and have been re-born elsewhere; as the Erasmus in Greece, and Mysus in Asia.
7. The waters of some rivers, formerly sweet, have become bitter, as those of the Anigris in Greece, &c. ‡
8. Islands have become connected with the main land by the growth of deltas and new deposits, as in the case of Antissa joined to Lesbos, Pharos to Egypt, &c.
9. Peninsulas have been divided from the main land, and have become islands, as Leucadia; and according to tradition Sicily, the sea having carried away the isthmus.
10. Land has been submerged by earthquakes: the Grecian

* Ovid's Metamor. lib. 15.
† Eluvie mons est deductus in ½quor, v. 267. The meaning of this last verse is somewhat obscure, but taken with the context, may be supposed to allude to the abrading power of floods, torrents, and rivers.
‡The impregnation from new mineral springs, caused by earthquakes in volcanic countries, is, perhaps, here alluded to.
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cities of Helice and Buris, for example, are to be seen under the sea, with their walls inclined.
11. Plains have been upheaved into hills by the confined air seeking vent, as at Tr½zen in the Peloponnese.
12. The temperature of some springs varies at different periods.
13. The waters of others are inflammable*.
14. Extraordinary medicinal and deleterious effects are produced by the water of different lakes and springs †.
15. Some rocks and islands, after floating, and having been subject to violent movements, have at length become stationary and immoveable, as Delos and the Cyanean Isles ‡.
16. Volcanic vents shift their position; there was a time when Etna was not a burning mountain, and the time will come when it will cease to burn. Whether it be that some caverns become closed up by the movements of the earth, and others opened, or whether the fuel is finally exhausted, &c. &c.
The various causes of change in the inanimate world having been thus enumerated, the doctrine of equivocal generation is next propounded, as illustrating a corresponding perpetual flux in the animate creation §.

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 10:52 PM

@Mario Dantas,

Since you have your own threads detailing your own theories, why are you trying to derail this thread?

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Posted 21 October 2013 - 11:01 PM

The ice in Greenland is a geological blink of the eye in terms of earth duration/evolution. The reason why there are elephants and the Sahara desert in Africa and not in America is actually the demise of Atlantis.

Think for a moment in the huge canyon that was found in Greenland!

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The canyon has the characteristics of a winding river channel and is at least 460 miles (750 kilometers) long, making it longer than the Grand Canyon. In some places, it is as deep as 2,600 feet (800 meters), on scale with segments of the Grand Canyon. This immense feature is thought to predate the ice sheet that has covered Greenland for the last few million years.

"One might assume that the landscape of the Earth has been fully explored and mapped," said Jonathan Bamber, professor of physical geography at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom, and lead author of the study. "Our research shows there's still a lot left to discover."
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The "winding river" runs from the centre of Greenland and is thought to have predated the ice cover. Can one imagine what would Greenland look like if there was no ice and with river "canyons" such as this, its central plain might have looked fantastic. How coincidental that it also actually stood in an absolute position very close to Gibraltar, further south (forget about a continental cavalry running besides it for a minute).


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The average gold concentration in the ore is above 30 g pr. ton, a high grade for a gold ore.
http://bios.au.dk/en...outh-greenland/

Imagine what may lie in Greenland's plain, when only a small amount of the ice free land is known (and only 20% is not covered by ice).

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At 836,000 square miles, Greenland is the world’s largest island. Most of the land was undisturbed during a 400,000 to 800,000-year-old icy reign, however, global warming in the past decade has forced Greenland from its mysterious, cold isolation. Its melting ice sheets reveal immense potential for mineral wealth in the virgin rocks below.
Recognizing the island nation for its untapped, treasure trove of mineral wealth, the world is now seeing Greenland in a new light.
http://entertainment...ld-in-greenland

Of course this is a futile attempt to discuss something although very easy to understand, difficult as hell to prove. So far, in my view, everything is excessively coincidental. I understand that geology does not "approve" this line of thinking. But i ask, could they be wrong?

Remember the cherubim, in the Bible?

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"Expulsion from Paradise", marble bas-relief by Lorenzo Maitani on the Orvieto Cathedral, Italy


The second part of the Genesis creation narrative opens with God creating the first human, whom he places in a garden "in the east, in Eden". God tasks the man to tend the garden, but forbids him to eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. God then forms a woman from a rib of the man to be a companion to the man. The first man and woman break God's command and eat the fruit of the forbidden tree, and God expels them from the garden to prevent them from eating of a second tree, the tree of life, and living forever. God then placed cherubim and a flaming sword flashing back and forth on the east side of the Garden of Eden to guard the way to the tree of life.
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Aurora Borealis!!!

note: i do not make none of what has been told, as a religious truth, on the contrary. I can really live with the fact that Greenland is extensively rich in gold, diamonds and just about any other metal used in the industry...

Also being the oldest piece of crust in the world either, is not taken under serious consideration in my theory. One cannot help to think of very similar descriptions of a once great place gone bad...


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Greenland has been known for its huge fjords (the largest) calving ice into the ocean, therefore there are huge water bodies...

Now we know that some of these structures were carved by rivers, i ask, others exist? who knows? since a glacier can erode older evidences completely, to the point of leaving no vestiges of the original river, correct?

It also does not bother me, because it really could be one more "coincidental" fact. Nevertheless, i shall portray it here for the sake of me talking nonsense:

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Posted 22 October 2013 - 01:00 AM

View PostThe Puzzler, on 05 April 2008 - 05:06 AM, said:


QUOTE (Egyptian-Illuminati @ Apr 5 2008, 04:54 AM)
No, where is your proof. Is there any relations at all from Plato that its in the black sea? It was stated "Atlantic Ocean", and therefore Atlantis and Atlanteans.
I do not for a second believe Atlantis is under the black sea...... i do however believe there are sunken cities.
I gave my proofs in my long post that I had thought about. Where is yours that Atlantis is ACTUALLY in the Atlantic Ocean?


Here's some more reading: (Don't take it too seriously though, I'm just throwing in food for thought) The ancient Greeks called Crimea Tauri - lots of clues there. Tauri - Taurus - bull - bull people - Taurus is one of the oldest constellations, if not the oldest.  There is evidence of advanced tools and more of Neanderthals,  being excavated recently on Crimea. Look at the history of Neanderthals and bulls.......also we see in the sky Orion the Hunter next to Taurus the bull - hunting the bull or bull-people, the Neanderthal.........something there? maybe.
exactly why its thera an the minoan culture, bulls, they would slit there throats over pillars and hunt them, plato also mentioned the atlanteans to have hunted bulls and used the in rituals, troy was found by similarities in its accounts, no troy is not 100% proven to be its fictional writting but people have laid to rest that it was found because its the most plausible, therefor i say thera is atlantis drop it now its getting very old


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Posted 03 November 2013 - 11:37 AM

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To all,

I have lately become very interest in important geographic and geologic features neighbouring the north Atlantic ocean.

The Azores/Gibraltar region surrounding the north MAR (and where Plato posits Atlantis) is in fact an “island”, in the sense that it is completely surrounded by oceanic floor...

I have produced a video with sequenced images altered successively increasing contrast and brightness.

An “island” exist within the MAR and it represents among other things, the greatest gravitational anomaly on earth. The rest of the MAR does not even have half the gravitational anomaly of the northern Atlantic sector.

Furthermore, the tip of this MAR “island” is located where scientists have found an unthinkable large hole, where the crust is missing…






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This video enhances several MAR isobaric (same height) curves around the Azores/Gibraltar oceanic floor bathymetry, protruding the undeniable shape of an island.




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Posted 03 November 2013 - 06:01 PM

There is much geological evidence that Greenland has moved in conjunction with N. America for at least 30 million years. It is known that Greenland has been covered in ice for 100,000 years.


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Posted 03 November 2013 - 06:32 PM

There are many areas that were well above sea level until 8000-10000 years ago and then were quickly (quickly in geological terms) submerged following the end of the last ice age. Nothing in archaeology indicates that there were any advanced cultures at the time, but if there were a tale like Atlantis could easily have really happened


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Posted 03 November 2013 - 09:54 PM

The lesion is located mid-way between the Cape Verde Islands and the Caribbean in the Atlantic Ocean.
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A map of the Earth showing relative crust thickness.

The red dot indicates the location of the rupture.


This geologic fact can possibly unfold the mystery around the Richat structure and its precise origin. It is obvious to me that the closeness and strategic location of the ring structure is a sign of massive water invasions across north of Africa and Arabian peninsula, as the Sahara desert border (Sahel) can attest.


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The eye of the Sahara, within this line of thought, could have been produced by the tremendous “splash” of debris towards the east, a regurgitation of the calcareous sand that existed in river beds, was ejected across the north-western Africa and the Middle East. Fossils are there to prove that in fact this was a rapid cover up of ancient fauna and flora. Massive erosion and deposition transformed the north-western Africa into a levelled sand surface with the highest elevations only reaching around 600m.


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