"Just consider," he continued, more calmly, "the mistake made by
those believers in Atlantis in explaining the cataclysm in which
they thought the wonderful island had sunk completely beneath the
waves. They all believed it had been engulfed. As a matter of fact
there was no immersion, there was an emersion. New lands have
emerged from the waves of the Atlantic. The desert has replaced the
sea. The sebkhas, the salt-marshes, the Triton lakes, the sandy
Syrtes are the solitary vestiges of moving waves over which the
fleets once sailed to conquer Attica. Sand swallows up civilisation
better than water.
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