Secrets of the Flood Myth

Mar 09, 2012 by

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High tech and Millennial biosciences, especially genetics, are unlocking more secrets of the deep past, of Antediluvian cultures. Almost all societies have as one of their central epics the ‘before’ and ‘after’ of what may have been late Ice Age worldwide floods around 9,000 years ago.

 

New studies confirm that some plant species survived happily in ice-free pockets during the Ice Age. And The New Scientist reports on research from George Ferentinos of the University of Patras in Greece that Neanderthals were ancient mariners, who crossed the oceans perhaps 100,000 years ago (and maybe even earlier, since they appeared around 300,000 years ago)

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