posted on Aug, 15 2012 @ 12:01 AM
I just want to propose a theory i have always believed in, even when i was back at high school.
The last ice age would have been a difficult time for humanity. But think to yourself, where would you go if your world was freezing?
Would it not make sense that humans would have journeyed towards the equatorial regions, to areas more hospitable. Now these areas i propose would
have lined the equator all around the world because it would have the most moderate climate. Now we can look at a map and follow the equator and see
for ourselves the continents that would be involved. Now to search at the present seas edge would be wrong, because the sea level was far lower. So i
propose that if we could figure out the amount of sea loss at the peak of the ice age and we focus our views either side of the equator, i believe we
would find remnants of mans past. Maybe great cities, but maybe not, maybe hunter gather stones and tools. But i do believe, that our past, at least
from before 12 000 BC is waiting under the ocean to be discovered. Now if we could find something significant from that time period it could turn our
knowledge of mans past on its head. Other great finds like Gobekli Tepe began around 11000 BC after the ice began to melt. However for 100 000 years,
where was mankind? We didn't just appear, we didn't just begin to build monuments. I will tell you were man was, by the seas edge, in the warmth of
the sun, doing what man does best, questioning, imagining, and searching for answers to his existence. 100 000 years of history and its all deep under
the ocean, but is it preserved?
Let me know what you fine people think?