Astonishing to the rapidly growing number of us who have realized that navigators several millennia before Christopher Colombus were sailing across the oceans of the world is the ignorance that the rest of the public has about this, largely due to the darwinian dogma taught in our schools that the Americas were anciently settled only by land across the Bering Land Bridge from Siberia to Alaska during the ice age. The evidence is unquestionably clear that navigators such as the phoenicans were sailing all over the world in search of mineral wealth, copper, tin, and gold, with links such as http://www.rexgilroy.com/uru_chapter16.html revealing these evidences for all the world to see.
If you google search for instance Phoenicians in America, or Phoenicians in Australia, or Phoenicians South Pacific Islands, or Phoenicians New Zealand, you’ll see much evidence that the darwinists are trying to bamboozle the public that the earth was not re-settled rapidly by sea within only a few centuries of Noah’s Flood, having crossed the oceans of the world by the precise navigation technique simply explained for you in article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, during the ice age which followed the global flood, the ice age which could only have been caused by a geothermally heated ocean (http://genesisveracityfoundation.com).
You can do much to help remedy this ignorance of ancient transoceanic seafaring in academia today, telling your friends about it, and pointing out that the question of how they did it, manifested in the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings (Hapgood), has now been answered by yours truly, a young earth creationist, the science of the future, old school man. How long will you allow that our kids in school remain in the dark about this exciting topic? Should they be allowed to think that the great ancient cities of the Americas were built by knuckle-draggers from across the Bering Land Bridge, not by sophisticated navigators from across the oceans as the evidence clearly indicates, and much to the chagrin of the darwinists?