February 21st, 2017
Critias painted to Plato a very different picture of Greece during the time of Atlantis than it was in their day (circa 350 b. c.), saying the forests had been tall and vast, artesian streams flowed in abundance, and the agricultural and animal yield of the land much greater, which describes how it was during the Ice Age, 9,000 year before their time fitting the uniformitarian timeline, but Critias also said that the greek kings Cecrops, Theseus, Erechtheus, Erysichthon, and Erichthonios lived in the timeframe that Atlantis (and much of Greece) were consumed by the sea, those greek kings who lived circa 1400 b. c.
February 5th, 2017
In the Sistan Basin of far eastern Iran and southwestern Afghanistan, one of the driest places on earth, are the ruins of Shahr i Sukhta, a big bronze age city along the lower reaches of the Helmund river which flows west from the Hindu Kush and ends in the basin where are endorheic lakes. Found there are bones of “snow trout” from the Ice Age when the Helmund flowed much deeper and colder and the streams now wadis from the mountains to the west flowed cool and clear year ’round.
February 4th, 2017
Where now is Tepe Sialk in dusty central Iran was a bustling city state during the Ice Age, with metalworking, farming, and ceramics, and a big ziggurat (pyramid) much like those of Sumer to the southwest when it too was much rainier there, until circa 1500 b. c. Inscribed anciently at Tepe Sialk is that a local queen traveled by boat to the city, by stream or canal when water was abundant, in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood when the progeny of Shem’s son Elam settled the region along with progeny of Japheth’s son Madai (Medes).
February 4th, 2017
Confirming that the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c. is a two century gap in the Elamite records between the time of the Old Elamite period and the Middle Elamite period, the gap during the “bronze age collapse” when rainfall rates declined by seventy-five percent. Imagine the lowlands of Iran, now desert, receiving four times more rainfall as it was during the Ice Age which followed Noah’s Flood when Shem’s son Elam moved into that region then verdant.
February 2nd, 2017
In the mountains of the world, the water table is of greater elevation than are the elevations of the valleys or plains surrounding, so for instance when the Tarim basin and the Turpan depression in northwestern China (Sinkiang) turned to desert beginning circa 1500 b. c., the water tables in the mountains were begun tapped and funneled down manmade tunnels to the lowlands, the tunnels anciently called karez in the Sinkiang region, kariz in Iran, and khareze in Armenia, what became known as qanat when the Arabic language was spread far and wide. The same was practiced in North Africa where the karez were called foggara, also begun built when the Ice Age ended.
February 1st, 2017
When you read about the ancient settlements and cities in the Takla Makan and Turpan basins of northwestern China, two of the driest places on earth these days though having flourished in an environment of verdancy circa 2000 b. c., you can see that the uniformitarians are in an impossible situation trying to rationalize that climate change while saying the Ice Age ended circa 10000 b. c.
January 31st, 2017
Irrigation and drinking water tapped from water tables in highlands flowed down canals to valleys and plains below were begun when the water became necessary, after centuries of sufficient rainfall, the canals known as qanat (Iran), foggara (North Africa), or karez (Sinkiang) begun circa 1200 b. c. when the Ice Age had recently ended.
January 18th, 2017
If the mainstream experts in hydrology and meteorology would stop for a moment to consider how the sky could have become packed with clouds for the Ice Age, they will admit that it was by much greater evaporation off the ocean, and thinking that through the deduction is made that the ocean was heated from below, uniformly warmer initially, then stratified and cooled within about nine centuries to today’s temperatures by circa 1500 b. c., almost a thousand years after Noah’s Flood.
January 14th, 2017
Averaging about three thousand feet in elevation in northern Arabia is the Great Nafud desert, in a basin about the size of the state of New Jersey, where during the Ice Age was Lake Jubbah, a verdant setting where cheetahs, leopards, and lions pursued big herbivores such as aurochs, ibex, and horses, all those creatures depicted in rock art there at locations such as Jubbah and Shuwaymis. Hunters in the rock art are depicted with bows and spears, and packs of dogs used to surround the hunted for the kill. So it was a time when perhaps twenty inches of rain per year fell where just a few fall today, desertification having begun circa 1500 b. c. when Sumer to the north (in southern Iraq) also turned to desert.
January 9th, 2017
During the Ice Age, water of the ocean became snowpack on the continents such that sea level became a few hundred feet lower, until that frozen water returned to the ocean when the Ice Age ended, which can be explained only by that the ocean had been heated from below (the fountains of the deep) for the beginning of the Ice Age, then of course about nine hundred years later, when the ocean had cooled to about today’s temps, the cleared summer skies brought prolific melting, and the cleared winter skies much colder to have frozen the mammoths in the mud.