posted on Dec, 2 2010 @ 02:42 PM
reply to post by zachi
I think that many of the sites shown, are examples of failed attempts to drain swamps, from the late 18th through the 19th into the early 20th
century. There doesnt HAVE to be a record of the projects anywhere, there might be if you knew which archive to go through, but most of the older
records have been lost to the past.
There are plenty of canals here, central cal, that used to be seasonal streams and were turned into canals in the 19th century, but there is no record
of who actualy built them, only a record of when they were taken over by a water district.
The funny thing about the website is that it doesnet have any of the actual acient canal in north america, those built the Native americans in the
And his idea of some pre-deluvian agricultural society just doesnt hold any water, the archeological record clearly shows when agriculture starts in
north america and where it happend.
And sea level has risen substantialy since the new world was first colonized, forming new bays and estuaries in low lying areas.