During the Ice Age Four Big Rivers Flowed Out of North Central African Mountains Mega Lake Chad to the South


The uniformitarians say that the African Humid Period was responsible for the big sometimes braided rivers (the Tamanrasset, Irharhar, Sahabi, and Kufrah) which flowed out of the Ahaggar and Tibesti mountains now in the Sahara desert of North Africa, that “african humid period” which conveniently they say ran up to as recently as 3000 b. c., failing though to admit that all that rainfall for all that river flow was during the Ice Age, which ended actually circa 1500 b. c., in the days of the Exodus.