Part 5: the Atlanteans, Chapter 30 – dating

Part 5: the Atlanteans, Chapter 30 – dating

Published July 13, 2009

Bison fossils in permafrost …

Wurm III

From about 50 000 BP, the ice sheet, ice cap, withdraws: this is the beginning of the first interpléniglaciaire

Reminder: BP means before present, or in this case, 50,000 years ago

Successive oscillations, first temperate and increasingly cold

Between 45 000 and 38 000 BP, the warming of Hengelo is long and strong

After a brief cooling signing the early Würm 3, temperate oscillations continue, separated by cold

From 22 000 BP, the cold increases, more severe dry until about 18 000 ceases

Glaciers descend on Europe during the glacial maximum

This terrible time for the entire planet is not uniform, but made of some soft oscillations as local or Tursac Laugerie

In France extended areas of tundra and frozen ground, permafrost or permafrost, as now in northern Russia and Canada

Vegetation zones were displaced more than 2 000 km south

Tundra and taiga were the main forms of vegetation

On permafrost living fauna of cold region, reindeer and mammoths …

The deserts were more important than today, the monsoon rains were lower in India and the Amazon much smaller

Late Glacial to 17,000 BP – 11,800 BP is the latest time of the late Pleistocene

From 18 000 BP, the ice caps subjected to a slightly more intense sunlight began to melt

It took tens of thousands of years to form these ice sheets, but only a few thousand years to melt millions of km3

The cold and fades gradually gives way to steppe sparse forests with deciduous trees

The Lascaux interstadial marks the beginning of the Würm Lateglacial 4 and ending with the beginning of the Allerød warming

The Late Glacial is a softening interspersed with short returns of cold dry: the Oldest Dryas, Middle and Late

During the Oldest Dryas, the melting is slow

Between 18 000 and 13 000 BP, moving from a sea level of -120 m to 100 m

The climate is like ice and vegetation of steppe

Then come the last oscillations of the Lateglacial:

Wet and soft, the Bølling of 13 300 to 12 300

Dryas cold in the middle of the oscillation Aagelsee of 12 300 to 11 800

The Allerød warm from 11 800

Finally back in the cold Younger Dryas, from 10 800 to 9 800 BP

Then begins the Holocene or Postglacial to – 9800 BP with the period of the Preboreal

This is the beginning of the interglacial age


In summary the Ice Age ends around Wurm II – 50 000 BP and lasted until this warming – 22 000 BP

Then begins the Wurm Ice Age III, which stops at – 10 000 BP

It is also the early arrival of extraterrestrial civilizations, the Eden and the Atlanteans, whose arrival will succeed, and between 10,000 – 5500 BP

During glacial periods, it can not survive on land and indigenous population reduced to a battered and undeveloped

There is no water for the rain, so for the animals or plants, to allow a large population to survive

Water can not be both in ice and in the clouds, or!

So we have to stop producing dates that make no sense!

Advanced civilizations which have left traces in our land date back well to 10,000

to – 5500 BP, from 8000 to 3500 BC …

Of course, it has certainly advanced civilizations existed earlier, we will discuss elsewhere in a next Chapter : Earthlings

But the fact remains that few traces, given the erosion caused by glaciation, and the separation and sinking of land surface, to achieve the Pangea continent unique to the present day …

And the traces that we have remained, shall not be THAT interglacial periods …



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One Response to Part 5: the Atlanteans, Chapter 30 – dating

  1. Hello, I just stopped in to visit your blog and thought I’d say I enjoyed myself.

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