Emma_Acid Posted November 17, 2009 #126 Share Posted November 17, 2009 Antarctica is the only island continent on Earth that lies in the middle of "The True Ocean." Antarctica is pretty inhospitable now, but 10,000 years ago during the ice age, it would have been utterly impossible for it to support a civilisation. But even by conventional dates, Homo sapiens sapiens are millions of years old. Anatomically modern humans first appear in the fossil record in Africa about 195,000 years ago Ref As I have already demonstrated, Antarctica was not always in a polar latitude. Yeah, millions and millions of years ago. 10,000 year ago it was cold. Very very cold. Of what? Triremes? No. Plato said Atlantis sunk 9000 years before Solon. So about 11,500 years ago. Atlantis was supposedly out in the Atlantic Ocean. Atlantis supposedly had huge ships - Triremes - in her harbours before she sank, from all other countries bringing her goods. WHAT other countries? There weren't any other countries per se 11,500 years ago and there sure weren't any cultures with Triremes 11,500 years ago. To get to Atlantis or for them to get to the mainland, they would have had to have ships that could stand the constant battering of the ocean, back and forth, to do trade. Where is the evidence for anyone, anywhere at the time, having such ships? Blimey, we agree on something!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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