Scott Creighton wrote:
SC: The Old Kingdom collapsed and it is generally agreed
> that a major contributing factor was sudden and catastrophic
> climate change.[/i]
> JB: Who generally agrees on this Scott, do you have any further
> information on this?
> SC: There is a ton of scientific information beginning to
> emerge about this prolonged and devastating drought. Here are
> just a few snippets:
> Like I said - there's a ton of stuff on this subject.
I am familiar with most of the hypothesis put forth! Even the impact crater Snows Island, South Carolina from approximately that same time period, which are all still hypothetical at this time! When the words probable, may have, might have and could have are used in conclusions it is a clear indicator there is not enough evidence to prove any given theory.
I can hypothesize there were several large impact craters dating to around 4200 BC that changed the orientation of the the earth axis causing severe drought in the previously fertile areas of Africa. Can I prove it no! Is it possible? Sure it is possible, but then there is the probability factor to be proven.
This begs a new set of questions for the RVT to answer, here are just a couple.
How much forewarning did the ancient cultures have? Months, years, centuries?
What is the source of and how did they acquire the information to forecast the warning?