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    Ice Age Housing Five Hundred Feet Down in Black Sea Proves Vertical Displacement Upon Ocean Infilling

    Robert Ballard discovered timber beam housing and ceramic storage urns five hundred fifty feet down in the Black Sea off Sinope, Turkey (reported by National Geographic), so considering the Ice Age shoreline of the Black Sea must have been only a few hundred feet below where the shoreline is today, vertical faulting of a few hundred feet must have occurred because of the weight of the ocean having infilled the basin when the Ice Age ended.

     

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