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April 15, 2012

In Search Of: Noah's Flood

A dramatic inquiry into whether or not scientific proof exists for the legend of the Great Flood.

April 12, 2012

March 22, 2012

Global warming will flood most of the people on Earth will flood most of the people on Earth

The melting of glaciers and rising sea levels worldwide in about 20 meters is inevitable, even if the average temperature does not grow more than two degrees Celsius, according to research by U.S. scientists. States. and New Zealand published in the journal Geology.

"The natural state of the planet with this amount of CO2 in the atmosphere and these temperatures are a global sea level 20 meters higher than today," said lead researcher, Richard Lane.

The researchers compared the current climate processes with those recorded for about 2.7 to 3.2 million years ago, when the level of CO2 in the atmosphere and the temperature was approximately equal to the present.

The scientists concluded that the total melting glaciers of Greenland and Antarctica and the consequent increase sea levels are inevitable. Experts point out that this process will completely change the image of our planet.

"Over 70% of earth's population will be forced to move or remain in flooded areas," says Lane.

However, the authors say that the melting of glaciers may last hundreds or even thousands of years. So for now mankind can sigh with relief, as it has enough time to get used to the idea of ​​a world taken over by the ocean waters.

February 22, 2012

Russian scientists warn of a future flood in Siberia


Russian scientists discovered that about 6500 years ago there was a catastrophic flood in Western Siberia and found information that would support a repeat of the scenario in the future.

Researchers from the Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics showed that the flood was caused by the advance of the lakes in the Pamir Mountains Asian.

As announced by a science team member Sergey Guskov, the study of bottom sediments of lakes Chany in Novosibirsk region, they found shells of one of the simplest types of marine organisms. These foraminifera, which are not able to live in fresh water, which quickly perish.

The carbon-14 dating conducted at the University of Arizona, USA. States., Showed that the age of the deposits is 6400 to 6700 years.

Currently, the nearest habitat of these microorganisms are the Aral and Caspian Seas. The researchers concluded that such a distance between the points of location of these beings is a result of floods in Western Siberia, during which a large mass of water moved from the Pamir Mountains along the Amu Darya River valley.

With further study of bottom sediments of the Aral Sea deluge theory was confirmed because it found clear signs of heavy erosion, while the age of the layer in which sediments were located practically coincides with the occurrence of foraminifera in Lake Chany.

The fact that the age of the shells is about 20 000 years, while sediments of this age in these areas have not yet been found-that is, in areas where shellfish are found, no sea-suggests that this was not the only flood that occurred in these areas, and is likely to recur in the future, warned the expert.

June 7, 2011

Floods in China and Haiti left several dead and dozens missing

At least 14 people died and 53 remain missing in floods that have affected much of central and southern China
Television pictures showed people trapped on rooftops and on public roads have become rivers.

In the province of Guizhou, the hardest hit have been evacuated at least 50 thousand people.

Heavy rains occur after the worst drought in half a century.

At the same time more floods leave seven dead in Haiti, where six people died after torrential rains that flooded refugee camps and devastated fragile housing in the capital, Port au Prince.

The floods, which occur at the start of hurricane season, paralyzed the city.

The rains have raised the alarm among health experts who fear that the hurricane season brings with it a worsening cholera outbreak that has killed more than a thousand dead in the country last year.

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