News Briefs 20-02-2009

Arthur C. Clarke’s 'three laws of prediction' in action…

Danke to Greg, RPJ, Perceval, Bertie and Q

Quote of the Day:

“…Might as well jump.”

D. L. Roth

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Grail-seeker's picture
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"an artefact of the data collection process", according to the Daily Mail

Spoilsports

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I don't believe in belief!

Perceval

G.C's picture
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Added the follow-up article, for the sake of posterity.

Have a brilliant weekend!

TY

earthling's picture
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If you look at the Atlantis city blocks there, they look like they are 8 to 17 km wide between the "streets".

The "streets" appear to be about 1 - 1.5 km wide.

An unusual city to say the least.
Funny that the aeronautical engineer didn't check this out.

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It is not how fast you go
it is when you get there.

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If they had found a pyramid submerged instead, now THAT would be something worthy of speculation ;-)

Besides, Plato's account says the city plan was based on concentric rings.

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It's not the depth of the rabbit hole that bugs me...
It's all the rabbit SH*T you stumble over on your way down!!!

Red Pill Junkie

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We could still find it first!

earthling's picture
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When you find it, the Atlantis researchers will tell you they always thought it was exactly there :)

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it is when you get there.

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...that they knew it was THERE all along, they just hadn't released the information as they didn't think the world was ready to hear it !

Regards, Kathrinn