Charles Hapgood wrote The Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings almost fifty years ago (1966), incorporating the assistance of U. S. Air Force personel to document that medieval maps (copied from ancient source maps) such as the Piri Reis Map, showing coastlines of South America and Antarctica, were precise far beyond the capability of medieval navigators, not to mention that Antarctica was supposedly not discovered until 1818 by the Russians, yet mainstream science has ignored the work because surely it destroys darwinian notions, proving that the ancients indeed settled the Americas mostly by sea, from Atlantis for instance, namesake of Atlas, the map man said to have held the earth on his shoulder.
The Piri Reis Map shows an arc of five equidistant reference loci in the Atlantic, the radii of that arc pointing back to Syene (Aswan), Egypt, the southern edge of the Egyptian empire not coincidentally on the Tropic of Cancer latitude, and the arc extended northerly off the map would pass directly through the North Pole, absolutely impossible to have achieved without accruate timekeeping, that method not deduced by Hapgood and his team, yet here now
is how they did it, having measured and thereby mapped the earth by the wobble rate of its axis, the precession rate.
The pioneering academic Hapgood was certain many of the ancient source maps were drawn early in the Ice Age, because the mountain ranges of Antarctica, now under thousands of feet of snow and ice, are drawn with geographic accuracy, impossible to have charted but before all that snow and ice had built up, which according to the darwinian timeline would have been hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of years ago, so now you see why they don’t want to talk about it. But with the biblical model, it all makes sense, the warmer ocean after Noah’s Flood having been the engine for the Ice Age, the science of the future, old school man!