Can a mvp3 pro fire the Atlantis v2 tank since the atlantis can go down to .3 ohms I was wondering if a 60 watt mod could fire it?
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Asked in Ancient History, Fables and Folklore
What is capital of Atlantis?
Apparently the capital of Atlantis was Atlantis. The earliest known discussion of Atlantis is in Plato's writings, essentially for the purpose of contrasting it with the city-state of Athens. However, since Plato's works are in the Public Domain by now, if you want to write your own story about Atlantis and call its capital city Georgis, no one can stop you.
Asked in Bermuda Triangle
Is the Bermuda Triangle connected to Atlantis?
Maybe, Because the Bermuda Triangle has lots of mysteries so, I was thinking that Atlantis may have sunk in it.or maybe that the Bermuda triangle might be the gateway to Atlantis. and since one can purport that there was a civilization there, it could be deduced that they have more advanced "technohow" which is causing the disappearance of the ships and planes that fly around the area. My theories are 1. The Bermuda triangle is maybe a portal to Atlantis and when people disappear there they might wind up in Atlantis when it is the correct time. 2. Or Scientists never found Atlantis because it moves around the Atlantic (See Theory above)
What was Atlantis?
Technically speaking no one actually knows whether or not Atlantis was real. However it was said to be a lost civilization that was to be far more advanced then the world today. Atlantis was said to be a whole continent. Supposedly, the Greek god Poseidon (god of water) was angry at the city and so submerged it. But what is mysterious is that Atlantis was thought to be in the Bermuda Triangle(the graveyard of the ocean). The Bermuda Triangle is a triangle with points made up of three cities Miami, San Juan PUERTO RICO and Bermuda. It is said that thousands of vessels have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle; without a trace! Maybe it's the city taking it's revenge on the world but no one will ever know. Instead it will remain a mystery... Written by PianoCullen To be honest Atlantis was not sunk by Poseidon since Atlantis was his creation and it worshipped only him, from what i have gathered from documentary's and books Atlantis had become such a marvel that the other gods became jealous that Poseidon had made such a perfect creation and they hadn't so they punished Atlantis by sinking it into the sea since they could not punish Poseidon Edited by Irascor
Asked in Stargate Atlantis
Who is Tayla on Stargate Atlantis?
Teyla is the leader of a race called the Athosians. Her and her people were on the planet that the Atlantis expedition crew 1st visited after they arrived to Atlantis. Her people where attacked by the Wraith and she (and a few of Shepard's team) were captured. Shepard saved her and her people, and gave them refuge in Atlantis, were she realized that she could do more for her people by helping John Sheppard's team defeat the Wraith. She has been part of his team ever since. However, if you are asking who plays Teyla then the answer is Rachel Luttrell. Teyla Emmagan is a leader of Athosians, a human race of farmers, hunters, and traders from the planet Athos in the Pegasus Galaxy. When her planet is attacked by the Wraith, she and her people move to Atlantis. It is there, she becomes the member of Sheppard's team.
Asked in Mythology
How many people died in the lost city of atlantis?
Asked in Artemis Fowl
What is Artemis Fowl The Atlantis Complex about?
The Atlantis Complex is about Artemis having a fairy mental disorder called the atlantis complex. This includes having obsessive behavior, paranoia, delusions, and in extreme cases (which he is) multiple personality disorder. His new personality is "nice" Artemis, who cannot make plans to save the world from, as said in Eoin's interview, robots coming to probe Atlantis. Also, his other new personality is an annoying romantic, where in the most embarassing situations, proclaims his love for a certain LEP officer, which makes Kelp a little pissed off since he is also a little flirty with Holly.
Asked in Artemis Fowl
Is the Atlantis Complex the last book in the Artemis Fowl Series?
The most recently published book in the series is The Time Paradox. The Atlantis Complex was announced more recently, however, and has an availability date (which could change) of July, 2010. Eoin Colfer hasn't stated whether this will be the last book in the series or not. Colfer said in an interview a long time ago (spoiler alert) that he wanted to have one more book with Opal Koboi in it - Atlantis Complex - and then he'd get rid of her. (spoiler alert) He also discussed the fact that since Arty had magic he may have a longer life span so the series could go on longer. He continued to hint at an eighth book but that's about it. If you want to see this interview just search the seventh book and go way back in the records on Eoin Colfer's website.
Asked in Lost City of Atlantis
Is there actually a lost city of Atlantis?
Some people believe Atlantis existed, but was destroyed and is now under water, but I personally don't think that it existed. Since I am from ATLANTIS not Atlantic I have to say : in old greek text it states that the city of osami (the sea) was destroyed by the forces of a great eruption and all ships were lost that had set sail from the port that day. A man with blue patterns on his skin was found the next stating his city had been destroyed by the orange liquid and his family had died he was the only one left he died the next day . So who really knows if there was a city or dragons or the true existence of life if you can awnser that the you must be burnt alive for you sir are not human.
Asked in Lost City of Atlantis
What did the people do in the lost city of atlantis?
Atlantis (not a city but an island, by the way) never existed. It was a made-up story written by the Greek philosopher Plato. Since the earliest days people recognized it as just a story, written by Plato to illustrate what an 'ideal' State should look like. Plato situated his made-up island somewhere in the vicinity of Gibraltar, in the Mediterrenean near the Atlantic ocean. Of course later writers started to wonder if Atlantis - especially its sinking into the sea in a single night - might not at least have been based on an event that had really happened. Much paper has been spent on the question which of the islands that (partially) sank under water might have been the inspiration for that part of the story. There were plenty of contenders among the Greek islands, since the Mediterrenean in the very early days was much more prone to volcanic activity and earthquakes than it is now. It is therefore not improbable that Plato based the idea that an island could indeed disappear into the sea at a single stroke, on stories that were going around of natural disasters that had long ago happened in the area. On the other hand, he made it disappear right after it was to have made a failed attack on his hometown Athens, so he probably wanted it to look as a ´punishment by the gods´. But Atlantis itself is purely fictonal, although 19th and 20th century writers and some treasure hunters started to thrill their audiences with stories that it might very well have actually existed and placed it about everywhere on the map. What did the Atlantis citizens do according to Plato´s story? Since he was describing the ideal State here, they were all being model citizens, industrious, upstanding and going about their daily business in the most exemplary fashion. Not very exciting, but there you have it.
Asked in Facebook
Why is dragons of Atlantis only on Facebook?
Asked in Extinct Animals, Dinosaurs
What period of time did dinosaures become extinct?
That depends whether you believe in the view of modern science, which says it was millions of years ago..... or alternative history, in which case it could be only about 20,000 years ago. If you read the works of Edgar Cayce on the Origins of man he talks of times when Atlantis was still a great continent, and people from many places on Earth got together to discuss the problem of giant creatures which were a great danger to man, and how to get rid of them. I can only assume they meant carnivorous dinosaurs, and since Atlantis finally disappeared beneath the ocean about twelve thousand years ago, they may have been around much later than modern science tells us.
Asked in Halfway Points
What city is halfway between Charlotte NC and London UK?
Along the shortest line, it could only be the lost city of Atlantis, since the halfway point is in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean (east of Newfoundland, south of Greenland). However, going in the opposite direction (WNW across the Pacific and Asia), Sapporo, Japan is about halfway along a great circle containing Charlotte and London.
Asked in Facebook
Can you play dragons of atlantis without facebook?
No u can not play it without a Facebook. I think it has something to do with the fact that DOA pays Facebook to have their game on Facebook and since it is the easiest place to securely buy things that u have to buy in the game to get (rubies u don't HAVE to buy them but u can) that is where they actually make money.
Asked in Hotels and Lodging
What are the best hotels in Reno?
Asked in Lost City of Atlantis
What does Atlantis mean?
Atlantis is a mythical city that was supposedly sank, and still thrives underwater somewhere. The word "Atlantis" comes from the Greek Atlantikos, meaning (the) Atlantic (specifically the Ocean but also lands/peoples associated with it). Plato's is the most famous ancient writing concerning a place called "Atlantis" and people called "Atlantians," of course, but he is by no means the only ancient scholar to report concerning ancient peoples living in the far Westeren Mediterranean & associated with the Atlantic. Many variations of the Atlantic name were used ("Atlantes," "Atlantioni," etc.) as well as different words, but all accounts agree in that they are describing ancient peoples living in what is now Morocco & the Iberian Peninsula, and on the nearby islands both West & East of Gibraltar. Plato says he got his information from the Egyptians in the first part of his account, and in that part it is in essential agreement with other ancient references. The rest of his story is histionic; intended to be a poetic moral allagory for philosophical purposes. However, being a man of great erudition, it is probable he got his dramatic inspiration from knowledge about things like the Thera/Santorini cataclysm, the invasions of "The Sea Peoples," etc. Whatever, almost all of the writing & research about this subject since is largely fanciful theorizing if not fiction, leaving aside all the pseudo spiritual & scientific nonsense. The "problem" has been that the focus was on "proving" Plato's fabulous part of his story. If you look at the various ancient writings relating to this as they are, the actual "Atlantis"/"Atlantians" were the peoples/cultures living in far Western Mediterranean on the lands/islands associated with the Atlantic prior to the Classical era. And there is now mounting acheological & other evidence of peoples/cultures like what these ancient accounts agree on in the places they say, some older than 5,000 years. Unfortunately, in professional circles, it appears taboo to identify this as being the real "Atlantis"/"Atlantians." ...
Asked in Lost City of Atlantis
How do you start a speech on lost city of atlantis?
Introduction : Why is it that after thousands of years, so many of us still search for the answer to this mystery? Did it exist or didn't it. Ever since the first recorded history of Atlantis, written by the Greek philosopher Plato over 2,360 years ago, debate has raged as to whether or not Atlantis ever really existed. Plato described it as an extraordinary Utopian society, thriving around 9,600 BC, which valued peace, art and wisdom, possessed advanced technological knowledge for the time, and enjoyed riches beyond that of any subsequent civilization. The land was said to have been very fertile, with abundant food, water, animals, wood, and flowers. But, as the story goes, after several generations of ruling the leaders became increasingly greedy and corrupt, and started to wage war on their neighbouring countries. They conquered parts of North Africa and Europe and were about to attack Egypt and Athens, when the Athenian army valiantly drove them back and defeated them. It is shortly after this victory by the Athenians that violent and devastating earthquakes, and the resulting tidal waves and floods, destroyed the Athenian army, as well as the entire Island continent of Atlantis, submerging it beneath the sea "in a single day and night". The question is : Did Plato write this as a moralistic story, or as a true historical account?
Asked in Greek and Roman Mythologies
How far from the Pillars of Hercules was Atlantis?
No one is sure, since that wasn't mentioned by Plato. But, we do know that when Plato said 'beyond the pillars of Hercules' he meant beyond what was known of the existing world; ie. on the edge of known land. Given that, let's assume a person stands on the highest peak in the straits and looks westerly (it is assumed Plato meant that direction because he distinctly says "in front of" and in size it was 'greater than Asia and Libya [Africa] combined.') and on a clear day - that person could probably see for about 50 miles. But, Plato also said that there were, I think about 10 kings/rulers of their individual (is)lands, that would mean at least 9 smaller islands and one big/main one. If they were all spread-out then we can "ballpark" an estimate of anywhere from 50 to perhaps 200 miles away. It is also assumed that these islands (or Atlantis prime/Poseidon) were about in the middle of the Atlantic (hence the name Atlantis) so, it couldn't be any further than the "lands on the opposite continent" - the America's, which Plato also refer to. This is all conjecture on my part, but, I think it is reasonable in its assumptions.
Asked in Science Fiction and Fantasy TV Shows, Celebrities, Actors & Actresses, Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages
Is Richard Dean Anderson dead?
No. RDA tends to stay away from the spotlight, especially with his personal life. Since the end of Season 8 of Stargate: SG-1 he has been focusing on raising his daughter, although he did take time to shoot several episodes for both Stargate: SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis as well as the direct to DVD movie Stargate: Continuum (due out July 2008).