I think if I attempted to watch that I would shatter my monthly contract for my I-Pad in half.
Graham Hancock dosn't strike me as a guy who dosn't do much assuming.
A no-nonsense approach and an inability to over-dramatise things can be very persuasive.
If I decide to break the bank you'll be the first one to know I have changed my mind.
Tbh if they found evidence of this "Great" flood if would be a great discovery.
These geologists are always plodding about with their hammer and chisel.
One of these days after constant study of rock layers they will found their proof.
I'm on tenterhooks till then.
I have started a thread (well, someone else did, but I added 80 perscent of the posts) about Doggerland, lol.
That area - the present North Sea - was dry land up to 6150 BCE and got flooded by a tsunami lasting for up to 2 days.
If there was any people who would have created a flood legend, it was the people of Doggerland. Just imagine the 2004 tsunami lasting for days...and hitting a flat country the size of California with only one reasonably large hill: the present Doggersbank, with waves of 20 meters (60 feet) high.
To give you a start, I wrote a summary:
Edited by Abramelin, 31 December 2012 - 02:38 PM.