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Indonesia: The lost Atlantis?

  • Dian Kuswandini

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Tue, March 23 2010   /  08:53 am

The philosopher as hero: A close up of Italian Renaissance artist Raphael’s famous The School of Athens shows Plato (left) and his student Aristotle (right) holding copies of their books. Wikipedia.comIf the lost Atlantis continent was found – and proven not to be a myth, we might record the discovery as one of the most significant in mankind’s history.No wonder then, that for over two millenniums, many scholars and scientists have devoted their lives to uncovering this mystery Greek philosopher Plato alluded to in 355 B.C., all seeking the truth about this sunken superior civilization, including its exact location.Atlan.orgBrazilian scientist Arysio Nunes dos Santos is one of these devotees. For more than 30 years, the late nuclear physics professor carried out his research encompassing geology, archeology, ethnology, paleontology, linguistics, astronomy and comparative mythology....