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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Black Sea and ‘Noah’s Flood’ In 1997, two Columbia University oceanographers and geophysicists (and again not archaeologists),&nbsp;Walter Pitman and Bill Ryan, presented a widely&nbsp;heralded theory that the breaching of a shallow&nbsp;ridge around 7200 years before the present, literally&nbsp;‘opened the flood gates’ from the Mediterranean and&nbsp;‘deluged’ the lower elevations of a landlocked basin&nbsp;to create the Black Sea. The two researchers also&nbsp;upped the scientific ante by suggesting that the event&nbsp;correlated in time, and was one and the same as the&nbsp;Biblical tale of Noah’s flood. The well-publicized&nbsp;theory received much attention, and given the institutional affiliations of the proponents, was broadly&nbsp;accepted as... gospel. In his important 2004 synthesis, The Long Summer: How Climate Changed Civilization, Brian Fagan captured the enthusiasm of the&nbsp;moment in vivid terms of prehistoric loss and angst:\n \nThe rising lake... killed carefully t') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Black Sea and ‘Noah’s Flood’ In 1997, two Columbia University oceanographers and geophysicists (and again not archaeologists),&nbsp;Walter Pitman and Bill Ryan, presented a widely&nbsp;heralded theory that the breaching of a shallow&nbsp;ridge around 7200 years before the present, literally&nbsp;‘opened the flood gates’ from the Mediterranean and&nbsp;‘deluged’ the lower elevations of a landlocked basin&nbsp;to create the Black Sea. The two researchers also&nbsp;upped the scientific ante by suggesting that the event&nbsp;correlated in time, and was one and the same as the&nbsp;Biblical tale of Noah’s flood. The well-publicized&nbsp;theory received much attention, and given the institutional affiliations of the proponents, was broadly&nbsp;accepted as... gospel. In his important 2004 synthesis, The Long Summer: How Climate Changed Civilization, Brian Fagan captured the enthusiasm of the&nbsp;moment in vivid terms of prehistoric loss and angst:\n \nThe rising lake... killed carefully t') AND id != 90566 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-09 03:21:23' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5