The fall of an asteroid or comet fragments to explain the death of Atlantis, supporters of its location in the Atlantic ocean are most often attracted to space disasters.
The first who linked the death of Atlantis with the appearance of the comet was G. R. Carly who published his work in 1784.
S. bashinsky in 1914 suggested that the remnants of the asteroid is Australia. His hypothesis has no geological justification.
The Polish astronomer M. M. Kamensky concluded that Atlantis was destroyed by Halley’s comet in 9541 BC.
German atlantologist O. Muck studied the traces of the fall of the Karolinska meteorite (diameter 10 km, mass 200 billion tons, speed 20 km / s) and came to the conclusion that it was the cause of the death of Atlantis. The force of the impact was equivalent to the explosion of 30 thousand hydrogen bombs.
Polish atlantology L. Seidler believes that Atlantis was destroyed in a collision of the Earth with Halley’s comet. Continue reading
Purely psychologically, navigators were always ready to meet sea monsters in the deep, which, by the way, happened more than once, according to the preserved records in the ship’s logs. But the sailors did not expect to meet with underwater vehicles, immeasurably superior to anything that could create a terrestrial civilization…In the “Diary of Andrew Bloxam”, published in 1825, there is a curious entry: “Today, August 12, 1825. at about 3.30 am, the night watch on deck suddenly froze in amazement as light flooded all around them. Looking to the East, they saw a huge round luminous body rising at about a 7-degree angle from the water to the clouds. then it fell out of sight. The same pattern was repeated again. The body was the color of a red-hot Cannonball and the size of the Sun. Continue reading
On a typical October evening, I was rushing to the store to restock my groceries. Hesitating at the newly opened tea and coffee Department, I caught the thought: “I’ll Come in!”A friendly girl, the owner of the coffee Paradise, immediately drew attention to me. I asked a lot of questions. While the girl was patiently describing the next type of coffee, with large, as if toy grains, a bitter aroma of rosemary and dry cream, a pretty woman entered the glass doors. At the word “Robusta,” she raised her eyebrows and, speaking specifically to me, began to take a lively interest in the presence of Arabica and that ” strange kind of coffee you mentioned.” What can I say, in the coffee business, I’m still a practitioner, I still have to learn the theory. Although the house has a large encyclopedia with a soft matte cover and juicy pictures of coffee… And the woman apparently decided that during my stay in the Department, I have already studied everything that is possible, and is ready to advise the best. Continue reading