Causes Submergence Underwater Megalithic Bronze Age Cities Ruins Reasons Earthquakes Tectonic Shifts Block Faults Bad Excuse Timing End Ice Age Dilemma

The reason given in many cases for the presence of bronze age megalithic ruins on the shallow seafloor is earthquake, block faulting where a coastal section would tectonically drop such that cities would become seafloor (sometimes ‘though about 50 miles from land), yet there is not one known case where the geology indicates that one of the submerged cities such as here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com/submerged-ruins-atlantis/ was not because of sea level rise but by earthquake.

Roman coastal ruins off Italy and Turkey have block faulted a few feet, now underwater next to the shoreline in a few feet of water, but whole cities on ice age river mouths such as Menouthis and Heraklion off Egypt, and Kususthali in the Gulf of Kutch (Kush), definitely did not submerge by block faulting, not to mention the two large cities at the mouth of the extinct ice age Sarasvati in the Gulf of Chambay which look like the brick ruins of Mohenjo-daro.

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