[b-hebrew] The islands

Karl Randolph kwrandolph at email.com
Tue Jun 8 16:06:00 EDT 2004


Don‘t show your ignorance. The sea is constantly taking sand and silt from one place and adding it to others. That is why people around here hire dredges to take sand and silt from places where the sea constantly adds to the land, and puts it in places where the sea takes it away. Yes, I live on a coastline, too.

So it makes perfect sense that a causeway built by Alexander the Great and his army, by blocking the normal flow of water, would contribute to filling in the land between the island and mainland.

Karl W. Randolph.

----- Original Message -----
From: "VC" <vadim_lv at center-tv.net>

> > Actually, Vadim, until the construction of the Aswan Dam in the 1960's,
> the
> > Levantine coast was regularly supplied with sand and silt, washed in from
> > the Nile. The causeway's being filled in by sand is perfectly reasonable.
> I'm not sure, but from my experience of living near the sea, this does not
> seem probable. I doubt seashore increases anywhere.
> Sincerely,
> Vadim Cherny

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