by James Nienhuys • 819 views
Ice Age Hydrology — Exposition One
What caused the Ice Age? The common wisdom is that it was colder back then, but the Arctic and Antarctic were already deserts because of the intense cold, so why the ice age snow-packs which covered almost entire continents? Obviously, what caused that expansive and dense cloud-cover for all that snow and much more rain in the middle latitudes worldwide must have been by greater evaporation off the oceans of the world, heated from below, like a pot of water on a low burner.
With over six hundred ancient legends from around the world about the global flood, often similar to the story in the book of Genesis about Noah, when considering that the mountain ranges rose at the close of the global flood as the water slid off into the then deepening ocean basins of the world (see http://globalflood.org), the obviously sound hydrological deduction is, that Noah’s Flood was the historic event which caused the heating of the ocean for the Ice Age to follow!