Do atheists believe in Atlantis?
- TardisAndTheHareLv 73 weeks agoFavorite Answer
Atlantis is the Azores. The Azores are islands straddling the mid-oceanic ridge, and was destroyed by tectonic forces. It is where Plato said it was (beyond the horns of Gibraltar), thus in the Atlantic ocean. It is circular, as described. Ancient artifacts have been found.
- DiogenesLv 73 weeks ago
No, for two reasons: Atlantis is an ancient legend that lacks any tangible evidence and I don't pretend that what people "believe in" affords such superstitions any real legitimacy.
- bartyLv 73 weeks ago
No, it's just a legend.
- 3 weeks ago
Visited there, a couple times, and do believe you may have spelled it wrong.
Atheism is a lack of belief in Gods and Goddesses, not a lack of belief in cities.
However, skepticism is a lack of belief in anything for which one has not seen sufficient proof.
I have also dampened my toes in the AtlantiS oSean, if, once again, you spelled it wrong.
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- sarahLv 73 weeks ago
some cities and towns sank below the sea. In the future many more will be under the water. We see land being covered in water everyday. So we should not be surprised that we find large cities under the sea
- Mike WLv 73 weeks ago
Yes, all atheists agree that they don't believe in Atlantis. The Atlanteans also agree that they don't believe in atheists.
- 3 weeks ago
No. Plato concocted the mythological army as a way to boast about the power of his own Greek nation.
- Dr. DLv 73 weeks ago
What amazes me is how many new age atheists I meet who don't believe in God but do believe in angels and demons.
- El Nerdo LocoLv 73 weeks ago
Not until I move all of Georgia into the ocean, rename its capital, and sink it.Source(s): People sick of that airport can thank me later.
- RayalLv 73 weeks ago
Atheism in general has no opinion on Atlantis. Only that they don't believe in a God or Gods™.
Atlantis is beyond the scope of Atheist belief.