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Did a catastrophic freshwater flood kill The Mammoths

 
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The Flood of the Bible Killed the mammoths, just like it did the dinosaurs and all other extinct animals. Stop complicating what God has already told you.
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Mammoths, sure. But, dinosaurs never existed. There may have been larger reptiles of the time just like larger sharks and larger elephants. That was because of the mist layer that covered the earth and allowed for longer lifespans for humans and animals. THAT is what came down from above. Plus the aquaducts below ground that caused the flood.


The different species they pretend are all faked. They just take one bone and imagine an entire animal around it. And imagine a skin covering and coloring.
No one ever found these bones prior to the 1840s original fakery and name. But, then there was a bounty paid to people to pretend to find them. The world wants to pretend there is no GOD. Thus the milion billion year evolution fakery stories.
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I'm with you. A species doesn't magically morph into something else. A cat will always be a cat. It won't magically morph into a raccoon.
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No,,, it did not kill the mammoth.. stop making up bullshit.
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where are they then? You're a moran.
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No,,, it did not kill the mammoth.. stop making up bullshit.
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where are they then? You're a moran.
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Stay at home soccer mom's ate all the mammoths
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The Ice Age began to melt..........it wasn't a flood...Climate Change...
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Nope.

Mammoth colony in St. Paul island, Alaska remained alive and well until 4,000 BC.

So obviously not climate change.

You don't have to be stupid. Educate yourself! Pick up a book or something.
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The most obvious answer is humans killed them off. They were alive up to 10,000 years ago. Then they weren't anymore.
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If humans killed them they would have ate them, not flash freezed them.
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So what about the rest of the animals that live in the arctic. Why didn't they all freeze? Think of whale hunters or how about American Bison. Humans have caused at least 600 species of animals to go extinct in the last 500 years. Humans killed them off.
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Randall Carlson has a GREAT lecture series on YouTube about theories of Catastrophism being a HUGE dynamic in the Earth's AND HUMAN'S development. This concept wrt the Mamoths would fit in with his previous work. The main lecture series is about 65 lectures long that he did to a nonpaying glass of students over 2 to 3 years back in the early mid 00's.

I never thought much about the issue until I accidentally ran across his series of lectures and started watching them ... Carlson puts out a compelling case that they happen with some regularity to the Earth, and on a somewhat predictable schedule.

Joe Rogan did two great interviews with Carlson that give an overview summary of the issue if you are interested, (as well as a new interview last week). Well worth watching as an introduction to the concept, then you should go out and watch his lectures.

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Joe Rogan with Randall Carlson 2015



Joe Rogan with Randall Carlson and Gordon Hancock 2017



Joe Rogan with Randall Carlson and Gordon Hancock on Lost Ancient Technology November 2022

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Re: Did a catastrophic freshwater flood kill The Mammoths
The Ice Age began to melt..........it wasn't a flood...Climate Change...
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Nope.

Mammoth colony in St. Paul island, Alaska remained alive and well until 4,000 BC.

So obviously not climate change.

You don't have to be stupid. Educate yourself! Pick up a book or something.
You can do it!

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The last known Mammoths lived on Wrangel Island, a small Siberian Island, up until 4000 years ago. So even later than the Alaskan ones. Long after the ice age.
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Gravity changed and suddenly they were too heavy to move.
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The most obvious answer is humans killed them off. They were alive up to 10,000 years ago. Then they weren't anymore.
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If humans killed them they would have ate them, not flash freezed them.
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So what about the rest of the animals that live in the arctic. Why didn't they all freeze? Think of whale hunters or how about American Bison. Humans have caused at least 600 species of animals to go extinct in the last 500 years. Humans killed them off.
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1000's of species die off every year, the earth changes before they can adapt, this has been going on for millions of years, but every now and then rapid change happens.

Go ahead and blame mankind, while your at it ask for a refund from whatever retarded place educated you.
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nope, we ate them.
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The most obvious answer is humans killed them off. They were alive up to 10,000 years ago. Then they weren't anymore.
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If humans killed them they would have ate them, not flash freezed them.
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So what about the rest of the animals that live in the arctic. Why didn't they all freeze? Think of whale hunters or how about American Bison. Humans have caused at least 600 species of animals to go extinct in the last 500 years. Humans killed them off.
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1000's of species die off every year, the earth changes before they can adapt, this has been going on for millions of years, but every now and then rapid change happens.

Go ahead and blame mankind, while your at it ask for a refund from whatever retarded place educated you.
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So what type of major Earth changes have happened in the last 500 years? Other than humans moving in on animal habitats. Educate us, Please.
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The most controversial of the frozen mammoths. Chan researched and found the biologist Ivan T. Sanderson's work that in order to freeze this particular mammoth, he had contacted the American Frozen Foods Institute with the question: What does it take to freeze an entire several ton mammoth so that moisture crystallization does not have time to form in the inner lining of its stomach? They took six weeks to finally come back and say, its utterly impossible. There was no known way to remove the body heat from the carcass as big as a mammoth fast enough to freeze it without moisture crystals forming in the meat.

The Institute did tell Sanderson what it takes to do the job, however.
 Quoting: Chan Thomas


This secret will astound you!

Lower the temperature by 140 degree F from normal in about two hours time. He found that it took -80F cold to do this. Temperate climates to flash frozen in about 120 minutes. But, it was also buried in muck. Quick frozen in a layer of muck that buried it alive. One foreleg, some ribs, and its pelvis fractured. Suffocated in muck that flash froze instantly. As if a wall of frozen Earth muck descended and boxed it up fresh in the Earth to stay fresh for over thousands of years until the discovery in 1900.

The muck is found all over Northern Siberia and Alaska.
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That sounds like the movie Day after tomorrow, I know that a massive amount of freshwater dumped into the ocean can cause the thermal Haline conveyor to shut down and cause an ice age. Opinions vary as to how quickly that happens, but I don't think anyone believes that it can happen as fast as that movie shows.
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Search: Frozen waves in Antarctica
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If humans killed them they would have ate them, not flash freezed them.
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So what about the rest of the animals that live in the arctic. Why didn't they all freeze? Think of whale hunters or how about American Bison. Humans have caused at least 600 species of animals to go extinct in the last 500 years. Humans killed them off.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82441721


1000's of species die off every year, the earth changes before they can adapt, this has been going on for millions of years, but every now and then rapid change happens.

Go ahead and blame mankind, while your at it ask for a refund from whatever retarded place educated you.
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So what type of major Earth changes have happened in the last 500 years? Other than humans moving in on animal habitats. Educate us, Please.
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Little ice age, rising temps during the inter-glacial warming period, and the rise of very stupid people who don't do science much, and the fact that plant food (CO2) is now considered a toxic gas which makes up less than 2% of earth's atmosphere and the fact that the climate is always changing.

You probably pay extra for nitrogen in your tires too, even though it's just normal air that has 70 % nitrogen anyway.

Educated yet, or do you want me to tear your your whole misguided world apart.

P.S. your best friend and your spouse laugh about you after sex, but let's be honest you have no spouse.

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The most controversial of the frozen mammoths. Chan researched and found the biologist Ivan T. Sanderson's work that in order to freeze this particular mammoth, he had contacted the American Frozen Foods Institute with the question: What does it take to freeze an entire several ton mammoth so that moisture crystallization does not have time to form in the inner lining of its stomach? They took six weeks to finally come back and say, its utterly impossible. There was no known way to remove the body heat from the carcass as big as a mammoth fast enough to freeze it without moisture crystals forming in the meat.

The Institute did tell Sanderson what it takes to do the job, however.
 Quoting: Chan Thomas


This secret will astound you!

Lower the temperature by 140 degree F from normal in about two hours time. He found that it took -80F cold to do this. Temperate climates to flash frozen in about 120 minutes. But, it was also buried in muck. Quick frozen in a layer of muck that buried it alive. One foreleg, some ribs, and its pelvis fractured. Suffocated in muck that flash froze instantly. As if a wall of frozen Earth muck descended and boxed it up fresh in the Earth to stay fresh for over thousands of years until the discovery in 1900.

The muck is found all over Northern Siberia and Alaska.
 Quoting: Nemesis8


That sounds like the movie Day after tomorrow, I know that a massive amount of freshwater dumped into the ocean can cause the thermal Haline conveyor to shut down and cause an ice age. Opinions vary as to how quickly that happens, but I don't think anyone believes that it can happen as fast as that movie shows.
 Quoting: Storm2come


Search: Frozen waves in Antarctica
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fisher_sun
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These freezing blue towers were created when ice was compressed and the trapped air bubbles were squeezed out.
During the summer the surface ice melts and new ice layers compress on top.
It's a natural occurrence that happens over time. They aren't flash frozen. Good try though.
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The Ice Age began to melt..........it wasn't a flood...Climate Change...
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Nope.

Mammoth colony in St. Paul island, Alaska remained alive and well until 4,000 BC.

So obviously not climate change.

You don't have to be stupid. Educate yourself! Pick up a book or something.
You can do it!

D0ITdoIT
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The last known Mammoths lived on Wrangel Island, a small Siberian Island, up until 4000 years ago. So even later than the Alaskan ones. Long after the ice age.
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Yup, so the idea that it was climate change is pure idiocy.
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These freezing blue towers were created when ice was compressed and the trapped air bubbles were squeezed out.
During the summer the surface ice melts and new ice layers compress on top.
It's a natural occurrence that happens over time. They aren't flash frozen. Good try though.
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Nice deflection, but find the research articles on them. They are waves
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The most controversial of the frozen mammoths. Chan researched and found the biologist Ivan T. Sanderson's work that in order to freeze this particular mammoth, he had contacted the American Frozen Foods Institute with the question: What does it take to freeze an entire several ton mammoth so that moisture crystallization does not have time to form in the inner lining of its stomach? They took six weeks to finally come back and say, its utterly impossible. There was no known way to remove the body heat from the carcass as big as a mammoth fast enough to freeze it without moisture crystals forming in the meat.

The Institute did tell Sanderson what it takes to do the job, however.
 Quoting: Chan Thomas


This secret will astound you!

Lower the temperature by 140 degree F from normal in about two hours time. He found that it took -80F cold to do this. Temperate climates to flash frozen in about 120 minutes. But, it was also buried in muck. Quick frozen in a layer of muck that buried it alive. One foreleg, some ribs, and its pelvis fractured. Suffocated in muck that flash froze instantly. As if a wall of frozen Earth muck descended and boxed it up fresh in the Earth to stay fresh for over thousands of years until the discovery in 1900.

The muck is found all over Northern Siberia and Alaska.
 Quoting: Nemesis8


That sounds like the movie Day after tomorrow, I know that a massive amount of freshwater dumped into the ocean can cause the thermal Haline conveyor to shut down and cause an ice age. Opinions vary as to how quickly that happens, but I don't think anyone believes that it can happen as fast as that movie shows.
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Search: Frozen waves in Antarctica
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Thanks Nem8, I love it when smart people visit my threads, especially experts in the the field.

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The Flood of the Bible Killed the mammoths, just like it did the dinosaurs and all other extinct animals. Stop complicating what God has already told you.
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so they saved the elephants, but left the mammoths to drown? Seems legit
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Don’t argue with God bro. He’s the one who killed them and he’s the one who lead all he wanted to the ark. The alternative is they were on the ark too, but post flood, hunted to extinction for food.
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They deniers always obfuscate the true message. It happened to Major Whites expedition in the Arctic.

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So what about the rest of the animals that live in the arctic. Why didn't they all freeze? Think of whale hunters or how about American Bison. Humans have caused at least 600 species of animals to go extinct in the last 500 years. Humans killed them off.
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1000's of species die off every year, the earth changes before they can adapt, this has been going on for millions of years, but every now and then rapid change happens.

Go ahead and blame mankind, while your at it ask for a refund from whatever retarded place educated you.
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So what type of major Earth changes have happened in the last 500 years? Other than humans moving in on animal habitats. Educate us, Please.
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Little ice age, rising temps during the inter-glacial warming period, and the rise of very stupid people who don't do science much, and the fact that plant food (CO2) is now considered a toxic gas which makes up less than 2% of earth's atmosphere and the fact that the climate is always changing.

You probably pay extra for nitrogen in your tires too, even though it's just normal air that has 70 % nitrogen anyway.

Educated yet, or do you want me to tear your your whole misguided world apart.

P.S. your best friend and your spouse laugh about you after sex, but let's be honest you have no spouse.
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So how many animals went extinct during the mini ice age? I don't think CO2 is a poison. It's about 0.03% of the atmosphere. The greenhouse I worked at as a teenager pumped in CO2, it made the plants a lot healthier. You just Trust the Science and believe anything they tell you.
Plus I had to look up the nitrogen in tires thing. I had no clue that people did that.
Leopards, Rinos, Elephants, Orangutans, Lemurs are all on the endangered lists because of stupid pussies like yourself claiming climate change is killing them.
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These freezing blue towers were created when ice was compressed and the trapped air bubbles were squeezed out.
During the summer the surface ice melts and new ice layers compress on top.
It's a natural occurrence that happens over time. They aren't flash frozen. Good try though.
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Nice deflection, but find the research articles on them. They are waves
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Yeah OK..Waves on an endless ice sheet. Do they just pop up out of holes in the ice?
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The Flood of the Bible Killed the mammoths, just like it did the dinosaurs and all other extinct animals. Stop complicating what God has already told you.
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so they saved the elephants, but left the mammoths to drown? Seems legit
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Don’t argue with God bro. He’s the one who killed them and he’s the one who lead all he wanted to the ark. The alternative is they were on the ark too, but post flood, hunted to extinction for food.
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Did Randal Carlson just stumble across the answer to the question of the mammoth's dying with food still in their mouths?
at about 1:30min mark he talks about a large Siberian lake as the last ice age started to warm up.

I am sitting here thinking about the fresh water melt lakes that broke free and poured into the Atlantic along the Hudson river shelf.

[link to www.usgs.gov (secure)]

A catastrophic meltwater flood event and the formation of the Hudson Shelf Valley

seaice

The question I am thinking about is could a catastrophic flood have happened in Siberia sweeping up mammoths and other animals on the Bering sea land bridge 12,000 years ago?
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Like the end of the ice age perhaps?

Maybe the Grand Canyon was carved the same way. All those dried salt lake beds were and inland sea that broke through. Carved the Grand Canyon and the remains dried up to form the lake beds.

All that ice weight in one area would push up in another area.
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Did Randal Carlson just stumble across the answer to the question of the mammoth's dying with food still in their mouths?
at about 1:30min mark he talks about a large Siberian lake as the last ice age started to warm up.

I am sitting here thinking about the fresh water melt lakes that broke free and poured into the Atlantic along the Hudson river shelf.

[link to www.usgs.gov (secure)]

A catastrophic meltwater flood event and the formation of the Hudson Shelf Valley

seaice

The question I am thinking about is could a catastrophic flood have happened in Siberia sweeping up mammoths and other animals on the Bering sea land bridge 12,000 years ago?
 Quoting: Storm2come


Like the end of the ice age perhaps?

Maybe the Grand Canyon was carved the same way. All those dried salt lake beds were and inland sea that broke through. Carved the Grand Canyon and the remains dried up to form the lake beds.

All that ice weight in one area would push up in another area.
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Very possible, but the times and speed don't match
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Douglas Vogt has done an outstanding job of explaining many of the strange things that have happened on this Earth over the eons such as why civilizations seem to have disappeared around 12,000 years ago, the disappearance of the mammoths, the rising and falling of the sea levels and sea temperature over time, ice ages, etc.

If you want to start to get an understanding of what has been happening repeatedly over time I urge you to watch this video by Douglas Vogt which is linked below.

If you want to see a photo of a mammoth that was instantly frozen in water go to the 36:38 minute mark in the video.

Important things to keep in mind?

*** Solar Nova
*** Every 12,000+ years
*** Ice Ages
*** September to December, 2046 time period <== VERY IMPORTANT!

Everything that Mr. Vogt talks about could very well explain why certain events have been and currently are taking place on the Earth such as the underground facilities being constructed all over the place, the intentional kill-off of humans, the underground storage facility for seeds in, I believe, Greenland that was constructed by none other than Bill Gates (and others), etc.


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These freezing blue towers were created when ice was compressed and the trapped air bubbles were squeezed out.
During the summer the surface ice melts and new ice layers compress on top.
It's a natural occurrence that happens over time. They aren't flash frozen. Good try though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82441721


Nice deflection, but find the research articles on them. They are waves
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Yeah OK..Waves on an endless ice sheet. Do they just pop up out of holes in the ice?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82441721


When the tilt occurs, gigantic walls of water move..

It's almost unimaginable: a tsunami more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) high bearing down on the island of Hawaii. But scientists have new evidence of these monster waves, called mega-tsunamis, doing just that.

[link to www.nbcnews.com]

Nobody seems to understand the cyclic nature of our planet, and they guess at these dates of old...
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Marine fossils were found 4,000 meters above sea level in the province of Caylloma, in Peru’s southern region of Arequipa.

[link to www.andina.com.pe]

Marine Fossils on 'top' of the Andes Mountains. More than 500 giant fossilized oysters were found 3000-4000 meters (about 2 miles) above sea level in Peru in 2001 by Arturo Vildozola, palaeontologist with the Andean Society of Paleontology.
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These freezing blue towers were created when ice was compressed and the trapped air bubbles were squeezed out.
During the summer the surface ice melts and new ice layers compress on top.
It's a natural occurrence that happens over time. They aren't flash frozen. Good try though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82441721


Nice deflection, but find the research articles on them. They are waves
 Quoting: Nemesis8


Yeah OK..Waves on an endless ice sheet. Do they just pop up out of holes in the ice?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82441721


When the tilt occurs, gigantic walls of water move..

It's almost unimaginable: a tsunami more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) high bearing down on the island of Hawaii. But scientists have new evidence of these monster waves, called mega-tsunamis, doing just that.

[link to www.nbcnews.com]

Nobody seems to understand the cyclic nature of our planet, and they guess at these dates of old...
 Quoting: Nemesis8


Are you saying that a giant wave hit Antartica and caused the blue towers and waves?
The article says it's a Hawaiian Island thing. It also says it's a once in a 100,000 year event due to "CLIMATE CHANGE" and volcanos collapsing.
Trust the science.
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Marine fossils were found 4,000 meters above sea level in the province of Caylloma, in Peru’s southern region of Arequipa.

[link to www.andina.com.pe]

Marine Fossils on 'top' of the Andes Mountains. More than 500 giant fossilized oysters were found 3000-4000 meters (about 2 miles) above sea level in Peru in 2001 by Arturo Vildozola, palaeontologist with the Andean Society of Paleontology.
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The fossils date from a couple of million to 500 million years old.
What the hell does this have to do with the targeted killing off of the entire race of the Woolly Mammoths inhabiting earth thousands of years ago?
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I already told that story did you miss it? This world is destroyed in cycles
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GLP