To Explain Antarctica Showing Little Snow on Sea Kings’ Maps Charles Hapgood Hypothesized the Continent Moved

In order to try to make sense of the fact that the Oronteus Finaeus map shows the mountain ranges of Antarctica which though are now under thousands of feet of snow and ice, Charles Hapgood in his great book Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings desperately opined that the continent had recently moved south (by “continental drift”) and so was not yet covered by snowfall, but as we all know, little snow falls where the water nearby is cold and the air even colder as it is at the South Pole, clearly that continent there ever since the end of Noah’s Flood, and the snow having built upon the continent for a thousand years after the Flood, that the navigators to map it were there not long after the Tower of Babel.