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    No doubt the dense cloudcover during the ice age in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood made the ancient precession-rate cartographers’ star triangulation navigation (see http://iceagecivilizations.com) more difficult, but readings for position while sailing across the ocean need have been taken only for a few minutes every few days, with the proper bearing of the ship in the interim generally maintained by the position of the sun on the horizon at dawn or dusk, so the dense cloudcover brought-on by the warmer ocean after the cataclysm of “the fountains of the great deep,” explained at http://globalflood.org, was no problem for the precession navigators.  And here’s a great overview, http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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