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Are you familiar with the big cities of the bronze age now submerged off the coast of Israel and Lebanon?  Why not do you suppose?  Because they are ruins of cities with town squares of stone buildings, paved streets, temples of worship, and production facilities, submerged when the sea level rose quite obviously when the Ice Age ended, is the reason you haven’t heard about these ruins, an embarrassment to the accolytes of the darwinian timeline which posits the Ice Age ended circa 10000 b.c.

Submerged off Sour, Lebanon, are the ruins of original Sidon, which was on an island, that whole island submerged since the end of the Ice Age, and fifty miles south off the coast of Israel are the underwater ruins of Atlit Yam, the ruins cover 40 square kilometers, so since that would be great fare for such as the National Geographic and the Discovery Channel documentaries, at least now you certainly know why they avoid the subject, making a mockery of their timeline for the end of the Ice Age.

About twenty miles north of Sidon are the submerged ruins of Yarmuta, spoken of in egyptian annuls from the bronze age, the extent of those submerged ruins two miles by two miles, a big city, with paved streets and ruins of stone buildings like the others, such as those submerged off Byblos up the coast fifty miles further, and off Akko down along the israeli coast along with Atlit Yam, so how do we explain all this?  With the biblical model, that the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b.c., read now all about it here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, yes the science of the future, old school man, and be sure to apprise your professors of this real situation.

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