In the world of Atlantis research there are many who believe that ruins of the lost city can, and will, be found. By carefully considering the details in Plato’s dialogues some researchers believe that fabled sunken city can be accurately located. Is there anything to the many theories about Atlantis’ real location? Tune in and find out how the largest volcanic eruption in human history, math jokes, and Gotham City all play a role in the story.
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