Bauche Map of Antarctica

 


The first image shows what Antarctica would look like without ice. The second is the Bauche Map of Antarctica. Whilst no more accurate that other contemporary maps of that period, it is barely conceivable that the water channel between the two halves of Antarctica could be guessed at by a map maker who should not have even known the existence of the continent.


Pangea

 

Bauche Map

 

References


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(2) Including Dr Jack Hough of Illinois University, supported by Carnegie Institution experts, Washington DC, and John G Weihaupt, a University of Colorado specialist in seismology, gravity and planetary geology, (Eos, the Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union, August, 1984.)

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(16) Ice On the World Nat Geographic Jan 1987 P95.

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(19) Ibid

(20) Ibid

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(22) Hapgood, Charles, Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings p. 226 rev ed., Turnstone Press, London 1979.

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(26) Ibid.

(27) Ibid.

(28) The Guardian, 31st March 1998.

(29) Ibid.

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