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    Timing of Submergence of Cities Heraklion and Menouthis Embarrassing to Uniformitarians

    The uniformitarians can’t decide a date that Menouthis and Heraklion were consumed by the sea, cities of megalithic stone buildings and paved avenues.

    Impossible for them to admit it was the end of the Ice Age, they are reduced to citing earthquakes having caused the cities to ostensibly slide out several miles from shore to submerge, on the now extinct Canopic branch of the Nile which shows no discontinuity by those supposed earthquakes however.

    They say Herodotus referred to those cities in his day, but he was talking about Canopus, built circa 1100 b.c., not about the submerged cities of which he was unaware, for they had been submerged for a thousand years by his day.

    Some uniformitarians say Menouthis and Heraklion were submerged as late as 800 a. d., so why did no one record the event, wouldn’t that have been worthy of note?

    Where is the record of those cities from the centuries preceding 800 a. d.?

     

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