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Terra Australis Ingonita
1 Description of Atlantis, the sunken continent
2 What one would be looking for ...
3 Ancient maps showing a vast continent that no longer exists
4 Terra Australis on the ocean floor
5 How did Atlantis sink?
6 The main obstacle - ice core dating
7 The lakes in the middle of the Sahara desert
8 The arbitrary discovery of islands in the Atlantic Ocean
9 Greenland ice free?
10 Conclusion
11 References
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11 References

1.      The Atlantis Dialogue, Plato, Shepard Publications, 2001.

2.      See here for calculations.

3.      See here for discussion.

4.      Terra Australis, see “Alexander Dalrymple”.

5.      James Cook, 2nd voyage.

6.      Aristotle, Meteorology II.5.

7.      Alfred Hiatt, Terra Incognita – Mapping the Antipodes before 1600, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London, 2008, p. 228.

8.      Schöner 1533 map.

9.      Chet van Duzer, ‘Cartographic Invention: The Southern Continent on Vatican MS Urb. Lat. 274, Folios 73v-74r (c.1530)’, Imago Mundi Vol. 57, Part 2, 2005, pp. 193-222.

10.  Schöner 1515 map at atlantismaps.com.

11.  NASA bathymetry map.

12.  NASA Topography map of Australia.

13.  Australian Government – Geoscience Australia – Geological Map (file size 9.74 MB).

14.  Whiteway, T.G., “Australian Bathymetry and Topographic Grid”, Geoscience Australia, GeoCat # 67703, June 2009.

15.  AusGeo News

16.  Turbidity current.

17.  Sandiford et al, “Tectonic framework for the Cenozoic cratonic basins of Australia”, Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (2009) 56, (S5–S18).

18.  Hill et al, “Ancestral Murray River on the Lacepede Shelf, southern Australia: Late Quaternary migrations of a major river outlet and strandline development”, Australian Journal of Earth Sciences (2009) 56, (135–157).

19.  School of Environmental Sciences, University of Guelph.

20.  Nature 450, 541-544 (22 November 2007), from the article “Onset of submarine debris flow deposition far from original giant landslide”, by P. J. Talling, R. B. Wynn, D. G. Masson, M. Frenz, B. T. Cronin, R. Schiebel, A. M. Akhmetzhanov, S. Dallmeier-Tiessen, S. Benetti, P. P. E. Weaver, A. Georgiopoulou, C. Zöhlsdorff & L. A. Amy.

21.  Ortelius world map.

22.  Mercator 1569 world map, Bibliothöque nationale de France.

23.  Genesis 6.

24.  Flood myths.

25.  Graham Hancock, Fingerprints of the Gods, 2001 edition, p. 208.

26.  Genesis 1.

27.  Creation myths.

28.  Comet tail.

29.  South America, WorldSat International Inc.,Canada, 2000.

30.  Graham Hancock, Fingerprints of the Gods, 2001 edition, p. 67.

31.  Magellan’s Strait.

32.  Magnetic poles.

33.  Earth’s outer core.

34.  South Magnetic Pole.

35.  Precession.

36.  Graham Hancock, Fingerprints of the Gods, 2001 edition, p. 208.

37.  Shift of the Age.

38.  Australian Antarctic Division.

39.  Ice core data.

40.  Philip Freund, Myths of Creation, Peter Owen Publishers, 2003 edition, pp. 9-13.

41.  Michael Oard, The Frozen Record: Examining the Ice Core History of the Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets, Institute for Creation Research, Technical Monograph, 2005.

42.  Ibid., Figure 1.8.

43.  Drewry, D.J., Ed., Antarctica: Glaciological and Geophysical Folio, Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge, 1983, folio 6.

44.  Larry Vardiman, Ice Cores and the age of the Earth, Institute for Creation Research, Acts & Facts. 21(4),1992.

45.  Michael J. Oard, “Do Ice Cores Show Many Tens of Thousands of Years?”, Frozen in Time, Master Books, 2004.

46.  Younger Dryas

47.  John E. Kutzbach, ‘Historical perspectives: climatic changes throughout the millennia’, Global Change and Our Common Future – Papers from a Forum, National Academy Press, Washington DC, 1990, pp. 50-61.

48.  Saint Helena topography.

49.  Saint Helena.

50.  Tristan da Cunha.

51.  Tristöo da Cunha

52.  Tristan da Cunha topography

53.  Behaim before Magellan.

54.  Piri Reis map.

55.  The Folger Institute – Mapping the Early Modern World.

56.  Topographic Map of Greenland Bedrock.

57.  Egyptian god Ra.

58.  Egyptian god Osiris.

59.  Tacitus, The Histories, 5.2-5.

60.  De Jode map, 1593.

61.  Jacob Bryant, New System or an Analysis of Ancient Mythology, Part 1, 1774, p. 133.

62.  Jacob Bryant, New System or an Analysis of Ancient Mythology, Part 3, 1776, p. 114.

63.  Peter Barker et al., Mapping Our World: From Terra Incognita to Australia, National Library of Australia, 2013, p. 92.

64.  Morell, Thomas. An Abridgement of Ainsworth’s Dictionary, English and

Latin. Camden Town, London: A. Wilson, 1817.

65.  Genesis 1.

66.  Antiquities 1.1.4 (50).

67.  Serpent Sata.

68.  Barbara Watterson, Gods of Ancient Egypt, Alan Sutton Publishing, Ltd., 1999, colour plates.

69.  Bastet and Apophis.

70.  Bastet and Apophis.

71.  Second Intermediate Period of Egypt.

72.  Piri Reis translation

73.  Quetzalcoatl

74.  Zechariah Sitchin, The Wars of Gods and Men, Avon Books, 1985, Fig. 14, p. 57.