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    When Seventy Million Square Miles of Land Flooded at End of Ice Age Moses Brought Israel to Holy Land

    Imagine a continent about 8,000 miles square, that represents the equivalent of the area of land submerged when the Ice Age ended, so think of the submerged ruins probably yet to be discovered, and of those dozens of sites already known but little discussed in uniformitarian circles for their timeline implications. The level of the sea rose a few hundred feet during about a hundred years, relatively more in regions of less isostatic readjustment far away from where the snowpacks were melting.


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