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Stone axeheads, said to be over a hundred thousand years old, have been discovered in caves and rock shelters near Plakia of southern Crete, proving that homos (erectus or neanderthalis) were navigating to islands such as Crete during the pleistocene era, that was a hundred thousand years ago, according to the darwinists, so then what supposedly was happening on Crete from a hundred thousand years ago up to the time of the Minoans, absolutely nothing?

Of course not, because those stone axeheads are only four thousand years old in reality, the carbon 14 dates for sites such as these highly flawed (see; and what of the extensive submerged ruins little known internationally, but well known locally, off the eastern coast of Crete?  Were they not consumed when the ice age ended?

Those were port cities during the ice age when sea level was lower, at the time of what darwinists call the bronze age, circa 2000 b.c., right in line with the biblical timeline, the earth then having been measured and mapped by those seafarers with the method explained in article #2 at, see

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