(b) then rapid glaciation due to continuing volcanism bringing rain which could not re-evaporate due to the blocking of the sun's rays - accompanied by freezing at ground level. This comprised (a) a continental split which began during the Flood, but became final "soon" after. read that they were declared to be thousands of years old. I'm guessing carbon-dating, however I am really interested to see if any radiometric dating was done on it. Man-made "help" through nuclear conflict could have played a secondary role a little later. Is it possible that all the desert regions of the earth mark former advanced civilizations destroyed by a mutual nuclear holocaust? Any desert regions missed probably contained an advanced civilization destroyed by similar means.However, their maps were cruder than the older ones. Although there is positive evidence of other Australian items landing up in the Middle east, I still have not tracked down the hard evidence for Gympie gold. Would love to get a sample from the tomb: You are right, Barry. Traditionally, metallic objects found underground are dated by the presumed age of the strata in which they are found.These objects were thus dated at thousands of years.
It would have changed this country's future from what it was! There is a spattering of information that has survived concerning world maps.
Hundreds of these sailors settled throughout the US, Europe, New Zealand and Australia long before the white man set foot in those countries. I certainly agree with you that Chinese were in very active exploration around the world in the Middle Ages, before the Europeans.
Also that there was a Chinese expedition to North America around 2000 BC evidently part of the global survey being made.
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.