D. Patterson wrote:
> "Peter Alaca" <p.alaca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > IE_Json <inger_e.johansson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
> >> [...]
> >> Btw, I think it's time to realise that what we call Greenland island
> >> isn't one but at least three islands and that we do have
> >> documentation from early date.
> > At least three islands?
> > Where?http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/bathymetry/arctic/currentmap.html
> Greenland's interior bedrock topography is reported to be below the present
> sea level. Following a melt of Greenland's ice cap and a rebound of the
> crust relieved of the ice cap overburden, it is anticipated there would be
> significant areas of present day Greenland's bedrock that will remain below
> the new sea levels.
Yes, but even Hapgood doesn't think that there would then be three
More on the Piri Reis map, icecaps spinning out of control, and
other historical fantasies:
The smallest extent of Greenland ice in the last 200,000 yeaqrs (not