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The wave that destroyed Atlantis

Posted on Sunday, 22 April, 2007 | Comment icon 4 comments | News tip by: Waspie Dwarf


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"The legend of Atlantis, the country that disappeared under the sea, may be more than just a myth."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by boggie on 22 April, 2007, 15:09
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Comment icon #2 Posted by Shuriken on 22 April, 2007, 21:49
A group of scientists have uncovered new evidence that the island of Crete was hit by a massive tsunami at the same time that Minoan culture disappeared cmon, is this the only proof the've got?
Comment icon #3 Posted by Luziadus on 23 April, 2007, 12:24
Lisbon - the center of the world in 300 years ago was also hit by a maremoto(tsunami) with the erathquake in 1755.
Comment icon #4 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: on 23 April, 2007, 16:04
It's the story of Pompeii, just replace the Tsunami with a volcano.


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