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Date Posted: 07:23
Author: Dwayanu-22Apr02
Subject: Re: Mu and Atlantis
In reply to: ketch-22Apr02 's message, "Re: Mu and Atlantis" on 07:22

The impacts which destryed Atlantis and Mu would have had to be much larger than that which may have wiped out the dinosaurs. The fact that there is no global extinction at this time shows that such impacts did not occur."
They did occur and the evidence is quite clear: Mass extinctions of wildlife and people. Scientists have been studying their remains for years now. Where do you get your "opinions" from? There is even a temple in Mexico dedicated to the Sixty Million who lived on Mu alone and died at that time.
"Show us some credible scientific research which supports this view." Let's turn this around. You show us some credible scientific evidence that refutes what the records of climate and geologists are saying about the ice age ending suddenly in the southern hemisphere and then about 500 years later in the northern hemisphere.
"This is of course completely untrue, however even if it were shown to be true, it would simply disprove Paulsen's claims, as he "remembers" the continents being destroyed by land impacts, i.e. he claims the impacts destroyed the continents."
Actually, it is completely true. Let's see the evidence to the contrary. As far as land impacts, there were undoubtedly many, but the most damaging and largest ones were ocean impacts, which is consistent with Paulsen's memories as well as the actual effects on the climate and life. This history is confirmed by the Bible, as well.

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