Lost Desert Cities Kingdoms Climate Change Effects Ancient Cultures Civilizations Middle East North Africa Arabia Indus Valley Holocene Transition Compressionist Theory Genesis Veracity Biblical Timeline Ice Age Rainfall Watered Old Kingdom City States Global Warming End of Ice Age Dessication Deserts of Ancient World Cultures Regional Rule

During the Ice Age, the great deserts of the earth were green with grasslands and forests, along lakes and streams which are now dried up and buried under the shifting sands of the Sahara (including Egypt), the Middle East and Arabia, and the Great Indian Desert of the Indus valley region, but it all turned to dust when the great ancient kingdoms of those regions abandoned megalithic or brick buildings which now are found in the deserts sands, such as of the legendary city of Ubar, now buried in the sands of western Oman since the Ice Age ended.

To imagine the drastic climate change in those regions circa 1500 B.C., picture the Gulf Coast of Texas today, with marshes, creeks, pastures, and stands of forests, where about 40 inches of rain falls per year, as it was in the ancient Middle East during the Ice Age, now imagine that a drought began and never ended, where within decades, the annual rainfall dropped well below 10 inches per year; the region would be desert, as we see in the Middle East today.

So obviously, during the Ice Age, because it was characterized by much greater global cloudcover, there was much more than 40 inches of rain per year in what now is southeast Texas, as there was much more than 10 inches per year in the Middle East at that time, with the river valleys of Texas, such as of the Trinity, Colorado, and Brazos, now underfit (like the Tigris Euphrates, Indus, and Nile), that is, their flows are now much less than the size of their valleys indicate, because there was much more rainfall during the Ice Age, when the great ancient civilizations of the Middle East were being built, with their ancient navigational and surveying capabilities revealed in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com.

And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: