posted on Apr, 24 2005 @ 08:18 PM
stumason is right; during the tail end of the Peistocene and the early Holocene, so much of the Earth's water was tied up in glaciers, that the sea
level was lower and people could (and probably did) walk from present-day France to England and Ireland and from Siberia to Alaska (the Bering Land
But that dosn't mean that ter was a "civilization" as in lost cities and all. Neolithic hunter hangouts, sure. Maybe small slasn-'n'-burn
agricultural settlements. But that's about it.
And, of course, all that Atlantis stuff is rubbish.