A mega flood in historic times??? That's odd; who knew??? For as long as I can remember, the Scientific Community was convinced, maybe deluded into believing the pap that there was no evidence to support such foolishness. Absolute and unmitigated nonsense we were told. I gather following the herd, even for adherents to the Scientific Method has not been so hard when magical dollars are at stake. However, tie it to modern nonsensical notions of man made
climate change; IGNORE evidence around the world indicating a SUDDEN flood and the scientist wins the Kewpie doll and gets published. Question is, how did this guy ever get this heresy into print??? Tens of decades? Whatever. Surely he realizes the inherent dangers in straying from conventional wisdom
. Is he getting ready to retire?
Pardon my cynicism but some times this $4!T just makes me want to puke!
posted on 04/07/2012 9:57:34 PM PDT
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This megaflood wasn't in historic times; writing systems of some sort may have been in use, but there's no way to read them, or even know what langauge may have been spoken at the time in the location. Furthermore, the sudden release of meltwater was first identified in the 1930s; it took a long time for the opponents of the idea to die off, but in the 1980s or so, the guy who identified the Channeled Scablands flood event was honored.
IOW, this has nothing to do with the Noachian Deluge.
In her Plato Prehistorian: 10,000 to 5000 B.C. Myth, Religion, Archaeology, Mary Settegast reproduces a table which shows four runic character sets; a is Upper Paleolithic (found among the cave paintings), b is Indus Valley script, c is Greek (western branch), and d is the Scandinavian runic alphabet.
posted on 04/08/2012 5:50:12 AM PDT
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