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    Why Do You Suppose Other YEC Organizations Don’t Flesh Out Table of Nations with Climate Change?

    May 26th, 2016

    No other outreach for biblical young earth creationism elaborates on the Table of Nations (the progeny of Noah and wife in Genesis 10) vis-a-vis the Ice Age which followed Noah’s Flood and its end a thousand years later when the climate changed drastically at the time of the Exodus, so why do the other outreaches such as Answer in Genesis and the Institute for Creation Research avoid this certainly important field of study? There is a vast amount of scholarship yet to perform to further prove the veracity of the history after the Flood in the book of Genesis, so those big organizations strangely ignoring it should be seen a golden opportunity for others wanting to research and publish on these topics.

     


    Tribes of Canaanites Flamed Out Fast When Ice Age Ended Remnant Phoenicians Continued Enterprise

    May 26th, 2016

    Canaanite tribes dominated the eastern Mediterranean from western Turkey (Hittites of Heth) across to eastern Syria (Amorites) and Canaanites down to Egypt during the Ice Age, but when the climate changed at the time of the Exodus, the drying of those territories and the sea level risen caused great dislocation, the Hittite empire finally destroyed by the “Sea People” circa 1200 b.c., and the Canaanites vanquished from the Holy Land by the Israelites fresh out of Egypt. All which remained of the canaanite culture was maintained by the Phoenicians, named that by the Greeks for Phoenix, a brother of Cadmus, both who brought the alphabet to the Greeks as the Ice Age was ending.

     


    Trump Claims Mantle of Workers’ Party for the Republican by Immigration Reform and Trade Deals

    May 26th, 2016

    Democrats’ have asserted for decades that they are the political party of working people, yet now Trump is claiming that mantle for his party, promising to stop illegal immigration and strike better trade deals in order to raise american wages, and let’s not forget the small business owners (and those who want to be), they are workers too, hoping Trump will indeed drastically reduce the onerous regulations which greatly increase the cost of doing business.

     


    Ice Age Carsamba River Flowed by Hittite Catalhoyuk Proves Climate Change of Bronze Age Collapse

    May 26th, 2016

    The ruins of Catalhoyuk (south central Turkey) are said to be 11,000 years old, a city of ten thousand residents in homes of wood and plaster with no conventional doors, just doors in the roofs of the houses which were built contiguously so the people walked on the roofs to “get around town,” and that the experts say was six thousand years before the bronze age, really? The Carsamba river flowed by the city when it flourished, that flow though ended when the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 b. c., when the rich variety of wildlife in a lush environment began to diminish greatly.

     


    Ancient Metallurgy Begun Supposedly by Accident After Two Million Years of Ostensible Evolution

    May 26th, 2016

    Why would not the observation that rocks under intense heat can break apart, with some minerals melting, have inspired metallurgy ostensibly hundreds of thousands of years ago (according to the uniformitarians’ timeline) when humans first sat around fires in rock hearths? And for that matter, why would not the congealment of lava flows to hard rock hundreds of thousands of years ago have triggered the thought that rocks could be melted for metallurgy?

     


    Spirit of Rebellion Agnosticism Underlies Leftists’ Violence at Supposedly Peaceful Political Protests

    May 26th, 2016

    Have you noticed that Bible believing people, generally of the political right, work to change the system without resorting to violent protests like we are witnessing against Trump by leftists who often claim atheism and hate the thought of the Untied States a sovereign nation?

     


    Hittite Submerged Ruins Suspected Mouths of Tarsus and Halys Rivers Outlets of Economic Strongholds

    May 25th, 2016

    Considering the submerged megalithic ruins in the Black Sea near the mouth of the Don river (off Anapa, Russia), and the submerged “bronze age ruins” reported by Robert Ballard off Sinope, Turkey, one could certainly expect submerged ruins at the mouth of the Halys river (its outlet near Samsun named for Samson?), just east of Sinope, that river which connected the capital of the Hittites at Hattusa to the Black Sea (a lake during the Ice Age) and upstream into the highlands of eastern Turkey. Likewise at the mouth of the Berdan river, emptying into the northeastern corner of the Meditarrean, could hold submerged ruins too, that river anciently known as the Tarsus flowing down from rich tin mining country to the sea.

     


    Dominance of Hittites Along Black Sea Basin Lost When Ice Age Ended Amazons Usurped Halys River

    May 25th, 2016

    Before the sudden collapse of the Hittite empire (of Heth, a son of Canaan) by climate change and invasion during the “bronze age collapse,” the empire had stretched from the Taurus mountains (near Syria) to the Hellespont, its capital Hattusa on the Kizilirmak river (anciently the Halys) which ran from eastern Turkey toward the southwest and then north emptying into the Black Sea. When the Ice Age had ended with its climate change and the world ocean risen to infill the Black Sea basin (which had been a huge lake), when attacks brought down her big cites, perhaps it was the Amazons who helped sack Hattusa, because their city Amasya was built not far downstream from the old Hittite capital.

     


    Climate Change Tin Mining at Bronze Age Kestel Goltepe Ruins Beside Amuq Valley Dried Lake Bed

    May 25th, 2016

    During the Ice Age, the Amuq valley below the Taurus mountains (near the northeastern corner of the Mediterranean) contained a big lake, later known as Lake Antioch, which apparently still held some water at the time of the Romans, and which when full over a thousand years previously was the sustenance for the bronze age mining operation for tin at Kestel, nearby the site of Goltepe where the miners and their families lived (see the work of Ashhan Yener).

     


    Agnostics Consider That Matter Begun Sometime Ago How Long Irrelevant Concerning Creation

    May 25th, 2016

    People can disagree on the historicity of the Word because many are archaeologically ignorant, but the fact that matter must have had an inception and therefore its Inceptor is inarguable on a purely scientific basis.