How are fossils dated using carbon dating
All of the desert regions you mentioned appear to have had, at one time, contained advanced civilizations involved in a nuclear war.
Were you aware that Captain Cook in his voyage of discovery along the East coast of Australia had pre-existing maps.
I'm not sure if this is possible, but given the extremes that result after a nuclear war, is it possible these regions became uninhabitable because of a manmade induced \"nuclear winter\" like the \"nuclear deserts\" elsewhere?
- Nathan Following this same logic, the civilization map in "Dead Mens Secrets" showed advanced civilizations in Antarctica and Greenland.
DNA results also show that the decendents of specific Chinese sailors live on in the DNA of native Americans and Australians.
Even rice and maize were transplanted by ancient Chinese around the world. Evidence suggests that the major factor was a sudden climate change (this would require a lengthy explanation which is a topic for the future) - being an aftermath of the Flood. or is this most likely the result of the earth shift during the flood?The 'Topkapi' map of Piri Reis that you referred to, is actually compiled from ancient Chinese maps now in Beijing museum and not from some mysterious ancient culture.Shipwrecks of massive Chinese junks in America, Australasia and Indonesia have been found (the Chinese ship's rudders were as tall as Columbus' ship!Gold prospectors never pan for gold in industrial dumping grounds.Much of what you describe of ancient technology as from some 'mysterious' race is actually from ancient Chinese sailors.These are supposed to be the Dauphne maps, but derived from much older sources.The curious thing about his 'voyage of discovery' was that where he placed the British flag to claim sovereignty, ie.- Craig Yes, the map you refer to found in Turkey is the Piri Reis map. The very earliest maps show evidence of high technology and mapping techniques, of a complete globe that was known to be spherical.There are a couple of others that show Antarctica in detail, as well. Later, as knowledge became lost, others set out to explore the world - and although more limited in their knowledge, were still aware of the planet as a whole, including its size.