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    Millions of People Anciently Lived Where Now is Great Indian Desert Proving End of Ice Age Climate Change

    While in India, the invader Alexander the Great sent Aristobulus out to explore the Great Indian Desert, where upon his return reported sites of over eight hundred settlements in that bone-dry desert. Those settlements had been abandoned for about a thousand years, of the Indus Valley Civilization, ruins submerged offshore in the gulfs of Kutch (Kush) and Cambay (Ham) of that civilization too proving the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c.

     

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