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Essan wrote:

> Trouble is, a deglaciated Antarctica looks nothing like a
> glaciated one, and Antarctica has been glaciated for millions
> of years. And geologically recently was more glaciated than
> today.

For what the bedrock topography underlying the Antarctic ice sheet looks like, go see the two figures in the "Geology of present-day Antarctica" section of "Antarctica" at [en.wikipedia.org]. The actual figures can be seen at [en.wikipedia.org] and [en.wikipedia.org]. Unfortunately, both figures show the present day bedrock topography without the effects of isostatic uplift, which would occur if the ice sheet was too melt. Numerous papers and publications, including links to some PDF files, that document the Late Quaternary history of Antarctica can be found in "Additional Information on Prehistoric Antarctica" at [www.grahamhancock.com].

Yours,

David


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Discovery of Antarctica's Carney and Siple Islands on Schöner's 1524 World Globe 1086 Doug Fisher 25-Nov-09 04:46
Re: Discovery of Antarctica's Carney and Siple Islands on Schöner's 1524 World Globe 122 Essan 25-Nov-09 19:38
Re: Discovery of Antarctica's Carney and Siple Islands on Schöner's 1524 World Globe 120 Xebec 26-Nov-09 07:15
Re: Discovery of Antarctica's Carney and Siple Islands on Schöner's 1524 World Globe 135 Doug Fisher 26-Nov-09 22:43
Re: Discovery of Antarctica's Carney and Siple Islands on Schöner's 1524 World Globe 102 Riaan 26-Nov-09 17:33
Re: Discovery of Antarctica's Carney and Siple Islands on Schöner's 1524 World Globe 131 Doug Fisher 26-Nov-09 22:53


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