Mercury wrote:It is interesting because over 10,000 years ago the Sahara Desert was once a forest and had very wet weather. Yet it seems no one has really looked around there to see if there are any ancient sites where people might have set up communities and villages.
Underwater and above water, there are many places that need exploring as you have stated, Buzi.
I have heard rumors of lost cities in the Sahara, but large parts of the Sahara are inhabited by people who don't take kindly to outsiders, so it will be a long time before the Sahara gives up its' secrets. I have been spending a little time on google earth, looking for evidence of past civilizations, not only in the Sahara, but other places as well, but it is just a stab in the dark.
I have also spent time looking in the Ama-zon* region (again on google earth) looking for anything that might be evidence of previous cultures but again no luck.
*this software can be adjusted, I'd think!!