What do you think? "Archaeologist discovers 6,000 year-old island settlement off Croatian coast"

Not sure of the value of this yet or what it may imply, etc, but I thought everyone might find it interesting to ponder on and of course if you know anything about this, please share.

@soretna , Europe is supposed to have lost a significant portion of it's landmass to rising sea levels at the end of the last ice age...there could be many more submerged settlements such as this one .



The Agean Sea is full submerged settlements , on the seabed. That's where the main part of Greece was. What we know of Greece was the highlands part, kind of rocky as compared with what is now the Agean seabed.

What we want to know is whether or not such settlements were built for people of giganitc stature. That would confirm the date of 6,000 years ago, because the cloud matle fell 5,000 years ago when the Kaliyuga started, and exposure to the unrefined rays of The Sun stunted our growth.