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My Personal View is they are a civilization, but thats your point, isn't it.

And for Barry Fell, thats obivously your view, which I therefore need to respect, despite having the exact opposite view on this as you do.

Originally posted by Harte Of course, it would depend on your definition of civilization.

and Also, to the other poster, I don't care what you say about Fell, he's a con man.

But, I'll take the polite, informative and well spoken over the slanderous, insulting and frightened anyday.

One who is offering verbal abuse, rather than offering an explaination as to how a conclusion has been obtained is one who can not be trusted.

So have a good evening Harte, and did you find those keys?

Ciao Originally posted by Harte Plato pretty clearly places the end of Atlantis at around 9500 BC, this predates basically every single civilization known to us.

He noted what other before him offered, and explained why they came to those conclusions.

And last time I checked, nobody had translated the glyphs (Rongorongo script) at Easter Island. Archaeological artefacts found during Minoan suggest quite an advanced technology. cheers the problem with radiocarbon dating is that as the sample gets older there is progressively less c 14 to be measured and any contamination will have increasingly dramatic effects on the estimated date.

The estimated date will be doubtful as the question exists – How much c14 remains to be measured in very old samples?

Nothing the CRTC (in Canada) and the FCC in the US has not preapproved for the sheep. So, you may hold to you view of Barry Fell, and I trust you can allow me mine.

I know we both agree Ogham is from 700 to 500 BC and has no point being presented as a link to Atlantis.

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