Neolithic Architecture: What caused all the megaliths, and age neolithic?

Tidal waves, climate change; volcanos, floods, fire; extinctions; comets, and earth axis shift; the combination, and oh’ the combination it was. After the catastrophe 11,700 years ago, the exodus of the proto-indo-europeans, vindicated a massive construction of megalithic structures around the world. Which in turn, were intended to preserve their health, in the new, challenging, and forced upon post hunter gatherer, neolithic conditions. One of these structures is Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, whose age is determined by archaeologists to be approximately 12,000 years old. It cannot be ruled out that many of the megalithic structures were built by indigenous peoples who were also in dire need of normal living conditions. Though, this issue requires further research. Neolithic architecture, pest control, chimney cleaning, and log cabin building is a excellent base for the research of the catastrophe. What went so wrong? And, more recently, how do we extend our life expectancy back, given Covid-19, and the dramatic drug dependency, and suicide rate increases.

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  1. It’s megalithic