Harvey Weiss at Yale, archaeo climatologist of great renown, knows that the desertification of the Middle East, the eastern Mediterranean, and Indus Valley, ended the bronze age in the ancient world, and german Rainer Kuehn of Atlantis research fame is aware of that ancient climate change too, having equated the sinking of part of Atlantis in Dona Ana Park of Spain with the mass migrations of the “sea people” (as described by Ramses II) to the risen ocean and the desertfication of vast swaths of the world in the 1300 b.c. timeframe, so what does that tell you? It tells you that many in the mainstream scientific community are on the verge of admitting that the ice age was ending in that timeframe, the sea level risen demonstrably from about 1500 to 1400 b.c., and the catastrophic climate change therewith ensuing.
The Ipuwer Papyrus from Egypt in the 1300 b.c. timeframe attests to that catastrophic desertification of north Africa, which during the ice age in old kingdom times of ancient Egypt (when the big pyramids were built) was lush with lakes, streams (now wadis), marshes, pastures, and forests (for instance the bronze age city of Yam now in the Sahara was a source of timber and ivory for the bronze age pharohs), so the carbon 14 dates indicating the end of the ice age circa 10000 b.c. must certainly be analyzed for flaw (see http://globalflood.org), the volcanism during the ice age circa 2000 b.c. realized the be the cuprit for the flawed c14 dates from that timeframe, after the Flood. And please be sure to read on here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, inviting your professors to get involved, great fodder for debate.