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The Atlantis That Could Have Been:
A Lost Civilization in Southeast Asia,
25,125 BC- 13,875 BC?

Summary: An advanced civilization emerges on the lowlands of the greater southeast asian peninsula, rapidly develops technologies rivaling that of the 21st century, then splinters in civil war. The more advanced faction decimates the other with nuclear weapons, then finds itself drowned by rising sea levels not long after, due to the end of the Ice Age. More than 14,000 years later there will remain negligible evidence that the civilization ever existed at all.

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