Originally posted by cyberdude78
Anybody ever heard of the Ice age. When ice melts it turns into water. Thats were you get global flooding. Well with global warming were pretty
much screwed. Nice job General Motors for screwing our ozone.
LMAO! I'm with ya, but I'm gonna blame Ford... he started it all with his fancy-schmancy assembly line!
(thanks man... that's the first time
I've smiled in like 2 weeks!) IMHO, gasoline and petrol products are the devil incarnate... but that's for another thread.
I was actually thinking before I read cyberdude's post, but I forgot...
Oh yeah... the polar caps completely melting would only raise the earth water level by appx 300 (meters, feet? Think it's 300 meters). Sadly enough
though, you could go to a coastline and fly a kite up to that level to get an idea of the depth... to the observer it would seem pretty huge, but to
someone like me (6000 ft ASL+ my whole life) it doesn't really seem like all that much, but here's a little more food for thought:
Ok, the moon's gravitational pull causes a tide, which seems to me pretty drastic since I have only been around inland bodies of water (the rise and
fall is drastic). Now, I'm gonna take a deep breath and throw Nibiru/Planet X into this (oooh, I can feel the heat now!). So, if there WAS a Nibiru,
it's gravitational pull would probably do more than pull the waters around the earth. A body that big, even if only passing between planetary orbits,
could (?) cause a land tide, and after a couple revolutions the bulge would be semi-permanent all the way around the circumference of the earth, in a
sense raising the land masses around the bulge, and the waters of the ocean, although equally affected by the pull, would be forced outside of the
bulge more. So, to help out on this idea:
Originally posted by The Vagabond
3. Very large portions of the world, maybe even all of it, were flooded in ancient history, probably by the melting of glaciers after they younger
dryas. Keep in mind that if the earth were entirely smooth, the water would cover earth entirely. So, what if the ocean floor used to be significantly
closer to sea level somehow? The sea floor has been under unfathomable tons of water for thousands of years- I'm not a geologist, but my gut tells me
that such circumstances might have changed things.
Maybe the force pulled the floor of the oceans up and basically smoothed out the earth a bit more? Who knows, just thinking outloud.
Anyways, I posted a thread about the 'sinking' of Atlantis that noone apparently took seriously except the skeptics (skepticism is just as much of a
disease as faith). www.abovetopsecret.com...
Actually, I just reread... guess it wasn't the skeptics as usual (sry Byrd and
). I still think liquifaction holds up alot more with the Atlantis story than any of the other theories I've heard. IF it was 'sank' by a
liquifaction process, the liquifying tremors could also have been caused by the same forces that flooded Noah's region, as well as others. This could
have possibly been caused by an outside source that could have vibrated the entire earth. This process could have started floods on sunken valleys and
planar regions, leading to the flood stories. Read the thread and you may get a bit more of what I'm talking about here. Throw Nibiru back into the
mix and I think it may have come a bit close to earth (ever held two speakers close enough together when they are out of phase? Creates some pretty
gnarly hormonics! Same if you take an 8 inch woofer=earth and a 10 or 12 inch woofer=Nibiru and face them. They have different resonance because of
size, coil, driver magnet, frame, materials, etc, so they don't phase properly, and they create some pretty neat subfrequencies... getting my
Ok Vag... go ahead and bonk me on the head again, I'm prepared lol.
And on another note, it could be possible that Atlantis 'sank' to observers, but in reality the waters rose around it. I still hold to my
liquifaction theory though.