Quite humorous is that scientists explain the thousands of works of art on rocks of the Tassili N’ Ajjer region of southeastern Algeria (now in the Sahara desert), those rock etchings showing cattle, horses, chariots, hippopotamus, and fishing, by saying that “it was more humid there from 4000 b.c. ’til 2000 b.c.,” that is perhaps the understatement of the century! Google this Tassili N’ Ajjer, look at the photos of all that rock art, knowing too the Tassili N’ Ajjer in the ancient Berber language means Plateau of the Rivers, so that’s explained by merely more humidity?
For that now parched Sahara moonscape to have been called the “plateau of the rivers” means that where now an inch or two of rain falls per year, there fell twenty or thirty inches of rain per year, the bronze age, circa 2000 b.c., their own date which they the mainstream scientists call the “bovidian period,” when cattle fed on rich grasslands and hippos frolicked in lakes and rivers, obvioulsy during the Ice Age when much snow fell in the extreme latitudes and high elevations and much more rain in the middle latitudes, such as where today is the Sahara Desert. See much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.