posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:44 PM
I think you are rushing ahead in certain aspects here.
1. Have you ever spent the night out in the winter cold, without clothes or shelter, in the Mediterranean area? I live in Greece and can tell you that
even now, late April, it is very difficult to do that and remain healthy. and no, I don't live in a mountainous area, I live roughly 15 miles away
from the seashore, in an area with small hills. Highest elevation in my hometown is 40-45 feet.
2. What is a desert today was not necessarily a desert 10,000 years ago, climates change and so do terrains.
3. Similarities among remote civilizations only indicate contacts, they don't prove contacts. Building in a certain way on different areas could mean
this is the best/easiest way to do it, worshiping the same Gods or using the same writing system is better as proof of contact. And by same Gods I
don't mean "the Sun or the Moon", I mean same names and attributes of said Gods. Drawing parallels like "Zeus and Odin were the 'same' in their
respective mythologies" does not prove ongoing cultural exchanges between Greeks and Norse, they indicate something (maybe a common source, maybe
some civilization in between, geographically, that acted as the middle men) which, for now, is hard to verify, or even "sketch" adequately.