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#122 - How about the theory that Tartassos was not Atlantis, but a ci…  [+] (1 reply) 08/28/2016 on Guys I did it +1
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#123 - ChromedDragon (08/28/2016) [-]
it does seem there are 6 Moroccan rivers and 5 Iberian rivers that fit the bill, but none of these other rivers have had cultures or artefacts that indicate a advanced civilisation beyond tribal peoples, if it was one of these other rivers, we have never found a single relic from them
#118 - Are you not focusing too quickly on one explicit geographical …  [+] (3 replies) 08/28/2016 on Guys I did it +1
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#120 - ChromedDragon (08/28/2016) [-]
good points
i was already looking at the tartessian culture before so i kind of headed to that delta eagerly as people are sure thats the river the tartessians lived along, there are 2 other rivers in spain which fit but neither of them really have deltas
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#122 - threeeehuggings (08/28/2016) [-]
How about the theory that Tartassos was not Atlantis, but a city very much like it which also likely was in close contact with it? This would solve a lot of inconsistencies that the empire of Tartassos have with the story of Atlantis. I find it especially hard to believe that the delta would have been blocked by sunken buildings. Have you looked into river deltas outside Spain? For example, Atlantis could have been situated in the Rio Tajo estuary (nowadays Lisboa), or one of the rivers in Morocco. Were there Elephants on the Iberian Peninsula? As said before, the main clue could be where still nowadays rich metals are taken from the river. Most likely, cities like Tartassos were also situated in those other estuaries and worked just like Tartassos. But Atlantis was something really, really special.

Still I have to admit it is most likely that Atlantis was Tartassos, or some city nearby. Atlantis is probably an over-exaggerated fictional work about such a city. But even if you find something like a really rich trade city in the ground near Sevilla, there will still be a search for the true Atlantis going on. and it is difficult to say whether Tartassos is Atlantis even if you do find it, just look at Troy and the vast number of cities just like it which were claimed to be Troy before it was excavated. So i look forward to your next videos because you can address all these, hopefully your videos will become popular and push some archaeologists to start excavating in this marsh again regardless of the high costs, as the Tartassean society seems interesting enough of itself even if it would end up not being Atlantis at all.


With regards to the bible, it seems more logical they were talking about
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarsus,_Mersin .
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#123 - ChromedDragon (08/28/2016) [-]
it does seem there are 6 Moroccan rivers and 5 Iberian rivers that fit the bill, but none of these other rivers have had cultures or artefacts that indicate a advanced civilisation beyond tribal peoples, if it was one of these other rivers, we have never found a single relic from them
#29 - Just did some research. Apparently one notable swimmer who had…  [+] (1 reply) 08/23/2016 on breath in AND out +1
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#30 - jakerszzzz (08/23/2016) [-]
Oh shit, that's actually pretty neat.
#15 - is it true that this helps you swim faster? at the olympics it…  [+] (5 replies) 08/19/2016 on breath in AND out 0
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#24 - lunacyexport (08/19/2016) [-]
Imagine floating on your back and having a little pool on your chest.
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#28 - jakerszzzz (08/19/2016) [-]
Yes, this was a very common occurrence actually!
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#19 - jakerszzzz (08/19/2016) [-]
No fucking clue. Probably?
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#29 - threeeehuggings (08/23/2016) [-]
Just did some research. Apparently one notable swimmer who had it was Pieter van den Hoogenband (3x gold medal winner including twice the 100m, 7 medals total). Also US swimmer Cody Miller who has this condition at this olympic games won bronze.

There are some dutch newspaper articles confirming the link between Hoogenband's pectus excavatum and his success. So the answer is yes, it does help you swim faster. Although maybe not in the backstroke.
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#30 - jakerszzzz (08/23/2016) [-]
Oh shit, that's actually pretty neat.
#152 - heh  [+] (1 reply) 08/02/2016 on overlord +1
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#184 - rickardur (08/02/2016) [-]
that's a crap flag.
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