When did the ice age end? If you talk to mainstream scientists of the darwinian bent, you’ll get a variety of answers. Some say it ended slowly from circa 10000 b.c. through circa 5000 b.c. (when such as William Ryan at Columbia say the world ocean had risen enough to have broken into the Black Sea basin), while others say the ice age ended rapidly beginning circa 10000 b.c., that rapidity certainly indicated with the geomorphic evidences around the world of massive erosion from the meltwater runoff at the end of the ice age. So what is the real answer? Both of these darwinian interpretations are wrong as it turns out.
Upon the realization that there are hundreds of submerged sites on the shallow seafloor of bronze age stone ruins found in many parts of the world, many of them in the Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic, and when you also realize that there was certainly a catastrophic climate change at the time of the Exodus of the jews out of Egypt, corroborated in the Ipuwer Papyrus from Egypt recorded circa 1400 b.c., with many bronze age cities now stranded in the vast deserts of the world such as in the Middle East, North Africa, and northwestern India, it’s obvious that was the time of the end of the ice age.
The ancient historian Eusebius wrote that the Flood of Ogyges, which submerged much of Greece, occurred at the time of the Exodus, and since the mysterious Sea Peoples invaded the eastern Mediterranean shortly after the Exodus, it now becomes clear that they were invaders after the demise of the ice age atlantean empire, so the greek historian Plato’s date for the submergence of that bronze age (indicated by his description of it) empire clearly was off by about 8,000 years, that date from the egyptian priests at Sais who apparently were ignorant of the submerged ruins of Heraklion and Menouthis nearby which were old kingdom port cities from a thousand years before their time.
And so what of the Black Sea infilling, its connection to the world ocean supposedly circa 5000 b.c.? Did you know that Pliny the roman historian wrote that the river Rhode in ancient times flowed down from the Black sea basin (at that time a huge ice age lake) to the Aegean? And did you know that king Dardanus, the namesake of the Dardanelles strait, lived circa 1400 b.c.? Now could it be any more clear that the ice age ended circa 1500 b.c., in conformity with the biblical timeline and young earth creationism? To see that the ancient carbon 14 dates upon which the darwinists rely are deeply flawed, refer to http://globalflood.org, and for the big picture see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.