Atlantis legends in terms of a small island in the Mediterranean that was destroyed by a volcanic

Atlantis legends in terms of a small island in the Mediterranean that was destroyed by a volcanic

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1. Atlantis legends in terms of a small island in the Mediterranean that was destroyed by a volcanic eruption, or an ancient city that slid into the Gulf of Corinth after an earthquake. Evidence from sea floor spreading and plate tectonics, and from mapping the ocean floor which shows quite unmistakably that there could have been no continent between Europe and the Americas on anything like the timescale proposed. 2. He simply accepted what the most widely available and accessible sources of information claimed was true. 3. 95% 4. Pseudoscience is easier to contrive than science, because distracting confrontations with reality-where we cannot control the outcome of the comparison-are more readily avoided. Russia-Communism China-Qi Japan-Aum Shinrikyo 5. 6.
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