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Geography - The Lost City of Atlantis Feedback

Geography - The Lost City of Atlantis Feedback - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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During the Early Stone Ages a city existed that was so technically advanced it seemed out of a sci-fi movie. In one night Atlantis vanished under the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, lost forever. - Page 3

1 I totally believe it.

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Nickname: Fates
Age: 15

1 The Greeks often used myths to explain what they didn't understand, instead of fact. They used entertainment as a way of life. I believe it could've existed, but then again, we haven't found much evidence. I mean, with our technology you think we would've found something! Like I said, the Greeks were magnificent story tellers, and this could be one of their myths, like Johnny Appleseed is to us.

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Nickname: evenstar06
Age: 15

1 I believe Atlantis existed because all the myths and urban legends I read about really did exist 11,600 years ago. I plan on getting enough money to go on a search for the lost city of Atlantis but first I must retreive the book of "The Shepherds Journal" which really is in Iceland. I know because I have read much information on Atlantis by many men who have went in search for The Shepherds Journal. Atlantis exists and I will prove to everyone that it's not just a myth or an urban legend but once was reality.

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Nickname: iluvshaunmorgan
Age: 14

1 I am Greek. I know that Plato was a philosopher, so much of his writings were not true. But Atlantis, in my opinion, did exist. There is proof that it was part of the island now known as Cyprus, in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Nickname: neaclina
Age: 13

1 There is no proof that Atlantis existed. Maybe there was some kind of lost city, but it's hard to believe that a city so advanced really existed at one time. Egyptians were very advanced for their time but at least there was real proof. There are only stories about Atlantis but no real evidence that it really existed.

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Nickname: mandy1013
Age: 13

1 I think we have no right to say. If there is more than one story to Atlantis, and I read both, they are very similar. You do the math. The real question is... Is Atlantis Greek or maybe a whole different culture worshiping the same gods with diferent names. Like the Romans.

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Nickname: Silver_Explorer
Age: 15

1 I believe in parts of it. Ever since I saw the movie I can't help but think that there's an Atlantis that is under water and I believe in kinda the daughter of the Queen. I know I sound wacked-out but we don't know if there is an Atlantis. So if you think im crazy, fine.

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Nickname: MARIAHFINE
Age: 16

1 I want to think that Atlantis is not a myth. I love Greek mythology and all about the gods and goddesess. I would love for it to be real and for maybe a chance to see it. It sounds amazing. Why can't it be real? Everything can be real if you want to make it real.

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Nickname: iwannabelieveit
Age: 15

1 Atlantis is a myth that is so close to being solved. There are explorers out there right now going on Plato's books and they have found things to back it up! Yes, I think it's real and I know it's real!

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Nickname: kecky
Age: 16

1 Atlantis DID exist... we can tell from the theory and research done. Some of which supports the sinking of Atlantis is how the flood charts over the past few centuries show the Atlantic Ocean has greatly increased in size proving that Atlantis sunk under the waves of the Atlantic.

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Nickname: Cuivedui
Age: 14

What do you think about this almost magical place? Would you try and find it? What would you do if you did find it?

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    Miss_Mouse
    Miss_Mouse posted in Random:
    These are gr8
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    Nandez
    Nandez posted in Debating:
    "sugarpetals" wrote:What does a thirteen year old kid even know about their sexuality and coming out? At this age you've just hit puberty and sure some of you might be more mentally matured, but you're thirteen, you're now being exposed to those kinds of things and your hormones might start kicking in and you'll maybe feel different ways to different genders and people but i really do think that thirteen is a much too young age to decide, and to "come out". I respectfully disagree. this is how I think of it. Being gay happens it's not like you wake up one day and you want to be gay. It justs happens, some people come out when there younger like around 13 ish others come out sometime later. It is a confusing subject and because it's only relitvaly new concept. I think personally people should just accept the fact because for many people it's hard for people to come out because of how people look at them. People should leave an open mind because with that at least you can help and give support to those who are struggling to figure this out. Not to take this personally everyone is entitled to their own opinions this is just an explication to hopefully make it somewhat clearer. I am not gay myself but i have many friends who are so I opinion will be different than yours which is perfectly acceptable. 
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    snoopynwoodstock123
    Ooooh I'm gonna have some fun with this... I'll post them some point today! Hopefully half my brain cells won't be gone by the end of it...
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    XxRuby_PhoenixxX
    "Castlemega" wrote: "RavenClawRaina" wrote:1. closed minded people like u are the reason this whole question was asked in the first place.2. It has nothing to do with their age or how mature they are.3. If its what they feel on the inside, thats never going to change with a age.4. dont use character quotes. rlly bothers me. Use ur OWN quotes or a pic or something, not a dead character from Harry Potter k?  it has everything to do witwit maturity and age. That is what we know as scients With*Science*Anyways. To the main question. Coming out is a deep decision. I'm not saying you aren't bisexual, but I'm not saying that this isn't too young. Being 13, I think you should at least wait till you are sixteen or seventeen to put a label on yourself. Remember, if you turn out to not be bisexual in the future and then tell your parents and friends, you might be laughed at or your mom saying "I told you it was a phase!"Maybe you should take a few quizzes and answer truthfully, or wait one or two more years before deciding who you are. But it's your choice. 
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    Castlemega
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