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Primeval Underwater Forest Discovered

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The Bald Cypress forest was buried under ocean sediments, protected in an oxygen-free environment for more than 50,000 years, but was likely uncovered by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, said Ben Raines, one of the first divers to explore the underwater forest and the executive director of the nonprofit Weeks Bay Foundation, which researches estuaries.

http://www.livescience.com/37977-underwater-cypress-forest-discovered.html

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The Bald Cypress forest was buried under ocean sediments, protected in an oxygen-free environment for more than 50,000 years, but was likely uncovered by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, said Ben Raines, one of the first divers to explore the underwater forest and the executive director of the nonprofit Weeks Bay Foundation, which researches estuaries.

http://www.livescience.com/37977-underwater-cypress-forest-discovered.html

Evidence of a world wide flood?

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Evidence of a world wide flood?

More like the opposite. Water was locked up in glaciers so sea levels were lower. 50,000 year ago was an the last ice age. .

In the time of the Third Interglacial period the outline of Europe and Western Asia was very different from what it is today. Vast areas to the west and north-west which are now under the Atlantic waters were then dry land; the Irish Sea and the North Sea were river valleys. Over these northern areas there spread and receded and spread again a great ice cap such as covers central Greenland today

http://outline-of-history.mindvessel.net/80-the-neanderthal-man-an-extinct-race/81-the-world-50000-years-ago.html

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