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Originally posted by ikillaliens
in sumarticals i read t said atlantis was destroyed around the time of noah that part makes sense huge floods around the world happened at the time they say the reason why atlantis was destroyed an all the people in noahs time was because alien expirimentation was happening everywhere an that atlantis was like area 51 but far more advanced an the story goes god destroyed everything accept noahs family because they were the only pure humans left on the planet .. i do dont fully belive but it sounds like a possiblity anyone else hear of anything along thesse lines before?
Originally posted by Odium
I don't want to come off as nasty, but your post makes no sense. Please, spend a little time to "write" our your thread, questions, comments and evaluations as well as any links to help back you up otherwise their is nothing we can do for you.
Thank you kindly,
Since there's no evidence for either the existence of Atlantis or Noah and his ark it doesnt make any sense to talk about them happening together.
Originally posted by Sparkie the Wondersnail
Frank Joseph in his 2002 book The Destruction of Atlantis: Compelling evidence of the sudden fall of the Legendary Civilization; postulates that Atlantis was destroyed c.1200 B.C.E. by a cometary miss and meteor impact in the Atlantic ocean.
This impact caused a great deal of seismic activity that caused the island to sink and be inundated by the wall of water that wiped it off the map. His theory has the comet dropping debris as the planet rotated so all the worlds oceans and lands were affected. Debris, dropped in the ocean caused walls of water in both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans--causing a worldwide flood that washed over the shores of most of the coastlines. The debris falling on land started many fires and the combination decimated the population to 1/10th is size.
Originally posted by ikillaliens
in sumarticals i read t said atlantis was destroyed around the time of noah
Originally posted by St Udio
my imaginings can reason that those few (highly stylized & advanced)
cave art images could have been created by survivors of the"Atlantis"
demise...who came ashore on the prehistoric europe.
Originally posted by merka
Considering Atlantis was in the advanced ancient civilisations class (ie Athens eqvivalent) according to the only known source,
I doubt they would start scribbling nonsense in caves even after a disaster.
On pottery perhaps, but not on cave walls.
Originally posted by stmichael
For those that say there was no flood at the time of noah. It is a fact that 100,s of mammoths are found in siberia frozen with vegetation in their stomach,s, i would like your explanation as to how they got there,not enough vegetation there to sustain them,i am interested in your responses.
posted by Essan
posted by stmichael
For those that say there was no flood at the time of Noah. It is a fact that 100s of mammoths are found in Siberia frozen with vegetation in their stomachs, I would like your explanation as to how they got there, not enough vegetation there to sustain them. I am interested in your responses.
It's a fact that traces of vegetation and pollen grains have been recovered from mammoth remains found in Siberia. It's also a fact that mammoths continued to live in the Arctic until around 3,500 years ago. [Edited by Don W]
“ . . largest, of these were the Missoula Floods which created the scablands of Eastern Washington, and Lake Agassiz, the sudden release of which precipitated the most dramatic climatic event of the last 20,000 years – the so-called ‘Younger Dryas’ (YD). The Yukon "mucks" may be analogous to Siberian Yedoma silt dating to the Duvanny Yar interval. © Andy Mayhew 2006
“ . . 16th January1960, an American newspaper, the Saturday Evening Post . . "
Ignatius Donnelly's Atlantis: the Antediluvian World, 1882.
Originally posted by donwhite
Q1. My first question to you was to give me a bit more on the “Younger Dryas.” I’m familiar with Lake Missoula but I’m unfamiliar with Lake Agassiz.
Q2. Is there any connection between your “Younger Dryas” and the other’s “Duvanny Yar?”
We did know of the German geographer whose name escapes me now but who proposed the continents were “drifting” apart, which was his “continental drift” theory.