posted on Nov, 23 2021 @ 11:28 AM
originally posted by: Shadow Herder
reply to post by da pickles
If you read some of the links you would of read that they also found some hunting bluffs under the water. It is fact that the area in question was no
below the water before the flood.
Henges were used around the world for various reasons by us.
just shows more of how nature works. water levels, including ocean levels drastically change. while this proves the great lakes were at one time a lot
lower than they currently are. we also know from science
, that the currant great lakes are also a lot lower now,
then they have been in
the past. when even all of Toronto, and the GTA were actually underwater with a shoreline over 50km (31 miles), away from the currant Toronto, Lake
. where even the CN tower pretty much would have been underwater at that time.
on a canoe trip in northern Ontario when i was a kid, we found petroglyphs painted on a cliff face forming that edge of the lake, that continued at
least several feet under the water level. which shows that over an unknown amount of time the water levels had risen.
yet in most areas the water levels have been dropping significantly for decades. with in many cases logging infrastructure that would have been IN the
water being high and dry, often yards even from the currant shoreline. on a trip i did with my father, that he did as a boy-scout, when he was a teen,
logging chutes they had used to go from one lake to another and obviously being in the water, were then several feet above the waterline when we went.
on another camp trip, we did a trip that had not been done in 40 years. we had the old maps, trip journals, and even talked to the old, retired head
of the camp to talk to, who had been a leader on that last trip. the reason they had stopped doing that trip was because of the logging. specifically
as they came around a bent in the river, a log jam right in front of them was blown up, with no warning. meanwhile 40 years later, in many parts of
that raging river used to float millions of logs, we didn't even have enough water to canoe in. you could even see where the old water levels and
shorelines had been. several feet higher, and even 20 or more feet to either side away from the currant "stream"
. and just guess where all that
water went? right into the St Laurence river, and into the ocean. all just part of the natural water cycle.