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In Cuban Depths, Atlantis or Anomaly?Images of Massive Stones!
Washington Post Foreign Service ^
| Thursday, October 10, 2002; Page A25
| By Kevin Sullivan
Posted on 10/12/2002 8:38:27 AM PDT by vannrox
THis is an excellent article. Unfortunately it is in the Washington Post. I posted it under "Breaking News" because many of us have been waiting for news about the Cuba events. This is hot off the presses. Please follow this link to view the article.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonpost.com ...
TOPICS: Canada; Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events; Russia
KEYWORDS: atlantis; canada; cuba; discovery; exploration; floor; fortean; past; paulinazelitsky; russia; sea; underwater
Very exciting. Note that I did NOT post any of the article in compliance with the court order forbidding such postings.
posted on 10/12/2002 8:38:27 AM PDT
Another intriguing find. Where are the pics? ;o)
To: vannrox; RightWhale
Thanks for the post but, still nothing new.The scheduled 'expedition' this summer was posponed until next summer, damn!
"Among those who suspect the site may be Atlantis is George Erikson, a California anthropologist who co-authored a book in which he predicted that the lost city would be found offshore in the tropical Americas.
"I have always disagreed with all the archaeologists who dismiss myth," said Erikson, who said he had been shunned by many scientists since publishing his book about Atlantis. He said the story has too many historical roots to be dismissed as sheer fantasy and that if the Cuban site proves to be Atlantis, he hopes "to be the first to say, 'I told you so.' "
posted on 10/12/2002 8:46:50 AM PDT
he hopes "to be the first to say, 'I told you so.'
Let's see, of the 6+ billion people on earth at the moment, perhaps he is the only one who ever felt this emotion. Looking for Atlantis.
By the way, news services have resources to post images. The other thread, where the JPL Planetary Data site was given, was based on a scientific article that discussed the site without giving the site address. This is still happening way too much. There should be a new chapter in the journalism style manual pertaining to posting to the Internet. Links mentioned in text as a minimum, embedded or linked images and site hyperlinks whenever possible. Sure, we can use a search engine, but sometimes the search comes up with something less than satisfactory.
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