Warner Brothers and block-buster director Roland Emmerich should be congratulated on their proper correlation of the Ice Age to Old Kingdom Egypt and the other archaic civilizations of the Bronze Age in their new epic film “10,000 B.C.,” but they have the date wrong, as the archaic megalithic builders were constructing their massive temples and citadels (many of which are now submerged) in the 2300 B.C. to 1500 B.C. timeframe, as confirmed by almost all archaeologists.
And the rivers flowed with much greater volumes during the Ice Age, with the Nile river having lapped at the paws of the Sphinx in Egypt during Old Kingdom times, when the great megalithic Egyptian coastal port cities of Menouthis and Herakleion were being built, now submerged off Alexandria because of the sea level rise with the end of the Ice Age, circa 1500 B.C., when the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt occurred.
With the much greater rainfall to have caused the rivers to flow greater when the archaic megalithic cities were being built during the Ice Age, the now deserts of Egypt, the Middle East, and the Indus region, were well watered and lush, when the Sahara desert was a series of huge lakes and streams, lush pastures, leaving city ruins now in the middle of the Libyan desert and elsewhere because the drastic climate change when the Ice Age ended left those now desert regions absolutely uninhabitable.
As Plato in Critias and Timaeus described the Ice Age conditions in Greece and the rest of Europe as being much different, much wetter, with vast forests and pastures where now are arid hills and plains, the mountain Ice Age scenes, presumably in Europe in the movie, are inaccurate, with the scenes there showing relatively arid conditions, consistent with that the Ice Age was colder, when in reality, it had warmer winters, and cooler summers, because of the dense cloudcover of the Ice Age, cloudcover caused by high evaportation rates off warmer oceans which resulted from the Deluge described in Genesis, and in a multitude of ancient legends from around the world about the global encompassing flood.
So when you see the movie, think 2000 B.C., not 10000 B.C., and realize that the dry conditions in the movie are inaccurate; it was very cloudy then, with much more precipitation, the Ice Age, which ended when the oceans had cooled to about today’s temperatures circa 1500 B.C., when drastic climate change began, the Ice Age icepacks then melting, the meltwater pouring into the sea, submerging many megalithic port cities in various parts of the world, now found on the seafloor.
And if you’d like to know how those Ice Age navigators measured and thereby mapped the earth by the stars, please refer now to the explanation here http://iceagecivilizations.com/articles/article02.htm.
See too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.