Climate Change Ancient World Bronze Age Collapse Reason Civilizations Decline Hydrology Meteorology Factors Rainfall Snowfall Precipitation Amounts Ice Age Holocene Neolithic Carbon 14 Dates Chronology Time Confusion Biblical Genesis Veracity Foundation

You’d think mainstream archaeologists and paleo-meteorologists would certainly realize that with the catastrophic climate change having caused the collapse of great bronze age civilizations, many of those ruins now stranded in desolate deserts of the world where ancient stream and lake beds are now found beneath the shifting sands, the flourishing of those civilizations with much more rainfall was during the Ice Age.

Bearing out this notion that the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 b.c. are the submerged ruins of bronze age civilizations now found on the shallow seafloor in many parts of the world, such as off Greece, many locations, and off Egypt, the now submerged cities Heraklion and Menouthis, as well as, off the coasts of Lebanon, Israel, Spain, Malta, Algeria, submerged all clearly since the end of the Ice Age.

Carbon 14 dating supposedly renders impossible the 1500 b.c. date for the end of the Ice Age, yet when you realize that much more volcanism was ongoing during the Ice Age, the carbon 12 in CO2 from the volcanics at that time now cause exaggerated carbon 14 dates, so the biblical timeline certainly fits, with climate change at the time of the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt, that time of the desertification of old kingdom Egypt confirmed in the record of the Ipuwer Papyrus.

With Indus Valley Civilization cities now submerged in the Gulfs of Kutch and Cambay, that civilization known to have ended circa 1500 b.c., there is dramatic corroboration of the catastrophic climage change and sea level rise at that time when other bronze age civilizations collapsed.  Could it be any more obvious that the biblical timeline is correct, and the darwinian timeline for the end of the Ice Age off by seven or eight thousand years?  Learn much more here, the science of the future, old school man.

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