Off beautiful Nan Madol in the Caroline Islands of the western Pacific are legendary submerged megalithic ruins down to hundred foot depths, maybe more, and off southwestern Japan near Okinawa are many huge megalithic complexes such as at Yonaguni, obviously submerged since the end of the ice age when the sea level rose prodigiously (to consume also such as Atlantis), and the legendary first settler of Easter Island called Hotu Matua had come with his people in the aftermath of the submergence of their homeland Hiva of the ice age Pacific, so is there any doubt that the ice age ended much later than we are being told?
Or do you want to believe that ice age mariners had sailed all across the Pacific, taking with them plants and animals to establish in their new found lands in the 10000 b.c. timeframe? Can you see the cavemen popularly imagined at 10000 b.c. hopping in oceangoing vessels to sail from India to Easter Island, what a trip! But since the ice age really ended circa 1500 b.c., and the navigation at that time was enabled my the methodology explained in article #2 at
, the bronze age civilizations described by Plato at 9600 b.c. is too rendered ridiculous, because offshore Spain, Morocco, Brittany, and England, are the ruins of submerged megalithic structures too, learn more here