Mainstream scientists mock the notion that Genesis history is accurate, for instance, laughing that it ostensibly would have been impossible for the far-flung regions of the globe to have been populated in just a few centuries after the Deluge, as indicated in Genesis 10, with cities being built in the Andes, Japan, Egypt, India, and elsewhere, circa 2000 B.C., actually what the evidence indicates; so how did they get to those far-flung regions from the Middle East in a short period of time?
Well obviously it was by ship, which is denied by the mainstreamers, against all the evidence, such as the navigating methodology by the stars which enabled the ancients to measure and map the earth, and thereby, survey the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza according to the rate of the slow wobble of the earth’s axis (simply explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com), as well as, the evidence of affinity of etymologies of place and people names in the ancient world related to the Table of Nations (Genesis 10), demonstrating that the ancient tribes were settling the post Deluge world as indicated in Genesis.
Ham, a son of Noah, is well represented in ancient language from wide ranging portions of the world; also known as Cham, Chem, and Khemit (of Egypt), he was known in southeast Asia (Chambodia), and India (Gulf of Chambay), and his grandson Sidon was the Posidon (Father Sidon) of ancient Mediterranean lore, whose sons Anteus (Andes) and Atlas (Atlantic) sailed west from the Middle East, during the Ice Age, which ended circa 1500 B.C., evidenced by the worldwide submerged ruins.
Ancient Seville was known as Tharsin (Tartessos), and that named after the biblical Tarshish, a son of Javan (Iawan), a son of Japeth (Iapetos), a son of Noah (Deucalion/Mannus), who were noted miners and navigators, working with the Sidonians of southern Spain to mine the Sierra Morena mountains for the metal production of the atlantean empire, based near Gibraltar, whose ruins are now submerged off Tarifa, Cadiz, Rota, and Huelva. And the egyptian sun god Ra, an idol not mentioned in the Bible (by the name) was the name of the sun god of many tribes all around the world, thus also contradicting the notion that those civilizations didn’t have common roots in the Middle East, having rapidly and extensively dispersed from there.