Also, the Mediterranean was once a lot lower as North America was the North Pole and covered with Ice as thick as Antarctica.
Antarctica was habitable. The Mediterranean coastline was a lot lower and thus there were many towns and villages along its then shore, now buried under water.
No one knows what lies beneath the Black Sea. Suffice to say, its waters were also a lot lower and the Yalta peninsula extended further than it does today.
posted on 07/21/2006 7:42:40 PM PDT
(We can build a wall, we can evict - "Si, se puede!")
The Bible speaks of a time 'before the Earth was divided.' It looks to me like it had been one land mass, that when broken, separated into what we have now. Like a jigsaw, you can almost put the continents back together.
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