"A raised beach about 10 feet above the present beach is found almost all over the world" ......
"Such a widespread change of water indicates a rise of sea level, caused by a greater volume of water in the ocean"
enc brit dates it to between 5600 and 2500 B.C.
If anyone viewed the paper whichI copied from the South Australian Government then it is clear that previous sea level changes were much greater in extent but generally below our present sea level.
Flinders Petrie in his 'Pyramids and Temples' notes the effect of climate change because he can see old waterfalls now dry in the desert, chapter v1 historical notes.
So what may have caused this 2 metre increase in sea levela meteor strike or a number around the same time?.
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