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Hagemeister, Ekatherine F.

Ekatherine F. Hagemeister (1898-1958) was an Estonian scientist, who wrote an article[356] in 1955 in Priroda, the journal of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, following a study of the disintegration of ionium at various depths in the Atlantic and concluded that the Gulf Stream only began functioning around 10,000 BC, coincident with the ending of the last Ice Age which was the apparent time, according to Plato, of the submergence of Atlantis, which Hagwmeister located in the vicinity of the Azores.