A distant inlaw of mine, Jon Douglas Singer, after reading my second book, Ice Age Civilizations, sent me a copy of his two part article for the Pursuit Journal (1988), in which he notes the many sightings of submerged ruins off the Isles of Scilly, the archipeligo of islands thirty miles from the extreme southwestern tip of England (off the peninsula of Cornwall), in reality part of the atlantean empire.
The islands are within about a five square mile area, and reports from many adventurers and journalists through the decades chronicled by Singer indicate submerged roads, rock walls, stone-house foundations, cairns (piled rocks as boundary markers), and stone slab mortuary tombs, all submerged, logically, since the end of the Ice Age when sea level rose a few hundred feet in about a century.
Until you realize that mainstream scientists have a vested interest in not exploring these submerged ruins can you understand why they are not investigating these ruins with vigor, because they say the Ice Age ended circa 10000 B.C., so to have rock wall lined roads, stone tombs, boundary cairns, stone houses, and reports of tin mines, clearly of bronze age vintage, defies their date for the end of the Ice Age, while a 1500 B.C. timeframe matches the evidence, in line with the Genesis timeline.
Drastic climate change ended the Ice Age because the oceans had cooled to about today’s temperatures by around 900 years after Noah’s Flood, having caused the melting of the ice age icepacks, which resulted in the submergence of about 25 million square miles of land worldwide, stone ruins of the archaic coastal settlements of the Ice Age, now resting in ruin on the shallow continental shelves in many parts of the world (see category Submerged Ancient Ruins).
And certainly see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.