I mean, so homo sapien sapien is what 100,000 years old?
And we're in an interglacial period, right, so there were homo sapien sapiens around through the whole ice to water part, right? That's not controversial, right?
Is there a mainstream that says there was no global rise in sea level?
I'm trying get caught up to the present here. I'm not saying Atlantis. I'm just asking if mainstream archeology expects to find the remains of any civilization in the water flooded by warming of ice.
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