posted on Sep, 2 2005 @ 01:44 AM
Originally posted by Indy
You mean like finding green vegetation at the bottom of ice core samples? Or perhaps frozen mammoths with good meat and undigested vegetation in
their stomachs? If you read some books on ice ages I think you'll find what I'm talking about.
Perhaps you could direct me to "some books on ice ages" so that I could find out what your talking about.
Maybe you could point out a particular dig that studied a mammoth with undigested food in its stomach and what the cause of death was and how that
related to a "superstorm".
You might also quote an article or two that dates the "green vegetation" that has been found at the bottom of ice core samples and under what
circumstances the ice cores were taken and what conclusions were drawn from the study of these ice cores.
Under certain conditions life can be very tenacious on this world of ours. And it's not hard to understand how mammoth meat could be preserved for
thousands of years or how organisms could live in places like Lake Vostock or plant material surviving under ice that is 10,000 years old.
Any link to evidence of past "superstorms" would help this thread along.