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RE: Antrophology and Archeology Thread
(10-03-2017 03:24 PM)nomadbrah Wrote:  I think it's plausible enough to not outright dismiss that Atlantis might have been somewhere on the Atlantic ridge.

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The thing is, when the so called Cro-Magnon cultures - the first culturally modern man - show up, they do so suddenly and only in the West.

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If I look at this map, I'd think Cro-Magnon was a coastal, seafaring culture, wouldn't you agree?

At this time, all other humans are primitive, while Cro-Magnon creates magnificent art, does brain surgery, builds permanent houses and weaves cloth.

Cro-Magnon is also far different from other races of men at this time. He is taller, stronger, bigger brained. A larger brain than any living population.

The areas with cro-magnon artifacts were in fact the bulk of the temperate, green areas that existed in Eurasia at the time. Northern Europe was covered by the polar icesheet, and the land strip below that was a tundra. Iberia, southern France and North Africa were just about the only temperate forest areas.

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