On November 14, 2004 an American architect, Robert Sarmast announced that he had found the lost city of Atlantis, by using solar scans he was able to find manmade walls that matched the description of the structures described by Plato. The site lies 1,500m deep in the Mediterranean Sea off the island of Cyprus. Plato’s Timaeus and his Critias are the only written accounts of Atlantis; in these Plato gives some information on the size and location of the island of Atlantis. Some skeptics still wonder whether Atlantis might be a work of fiction, an extended parable intended to illustrate Plato’s philosophy of the ideal government. Can anyone really believe that humanity and civilization actually arose in the tiny island of Cyprus or, even less, in the nearby abyssal plains that were never above water since the last five million years or so? The Mediterranean was full (or almost) during the whole Ice Age and could the flooding then happens “in a single day and night of pain” as Plato affirms, or did this filling take years (at a maximum one inch per hour) then centuries allowing everyone to be prepared. As I look at the Mediterranean Sea I cannot help wonder what if it was all one land with no boundaries and what if underneath the soil that I now walk upon lays my Atlantis.