The Found (?!) City of Atlantis

14 Mar

Yahoo (okay, really Reuters) is reporting that a team of scientists may have found the lost city of Atlantis.  Apparently it’s in Spain, and not really underwater, but in a marsh.  (?!)  They’re saying that Atlantis is so far inland (and not actually in the ocean as we’ve all been taught to believe) and that it was destroyed in a giant tsunami that reached it’s location 60 miles from the coast.  (Coincidentally, they waited until this week to release this information.  Hmmmm.  Can you think of any current event on which this might be meant to capitalize?)

I found this story via The Mary Sue.


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2 Responses to “The Found (?!) City of Atlantis”

  1. Charlotte July 30, 2012 at 9:44 am #

    Sorry its exactly where the bermuda triangle is 😉

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