Somebody please correct Wikipedia for me, here is the entry about me as it should read:
James I. Nienhuis, graduate of Dartmouth College in Earth Sciences, is a young earth creationist with much new compelling evidence, such as his ancient mapping determination which explains Hapgood’s “Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings,” that method by the wobble rate of the earth’s axis (see article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com), used for the calculation for the length of the cubit and so the dimensions for the Great Pyramid of Giza, a mystery which has eluded archaeologists and mathematicians for centuries until Nienhuis assembled the puzzle.
The christian creationist’s work is groundbreaking too demonstrating that the hundreds of submerged and often megalithic ruins found around the world prove that the ice age ended in the 1500 b.c. timeframe, redeeming the Atlantis story of Plato when his date is taken for what it is, greatly exaggerated (see category Atlantis Revealed at http://dancingfromgenesis.com), confirming Hapgood’s contention that some of the “maps of the ancient sea kings” were drawn during the ice age, proven valid with the young earth creationism rubric by Nienhuis.
Nienhuis is working to establish that syngameons is the term operative to describe the groups of the biblical kinds of animals outlined in Genesis, many types of animals, but always interfertile only within a limted gene pool, its syngameon, such as the human syngameon; there are no races, just genetic drift within the human syngameon, revealing thereby that Darwin’s term species is meaningless, as many so-called species can interbreed, rendering darwinism nonsensical.
The lost language and undecifered script of the ancient Indus Valley civilization are no longer mystery, confirming the suspicion of S. R. Rao of India that the Indus language was the indigenous vedic sanskit, as Nienhuis has determined that submerged Kususthali (Dwarka) in the Gulf of Chambay was of the thalassocracy of Kush (a son of Cham), the Indus Valley script symbol for thalassoracy a triton, later written with semitic lettering after the demise of the Indus Valley civilization circa 1500 b.c., in line with biblical chronology.