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    How does the Ice Age fit into biblical history?  It fits very nicely, since the fountains of the deep of Noah’s Flood, which caused a much warmer-than-today ocean in the Flood’s aftermath, is the only way one can explain the cause of the Ice Age, afterall, greater evaporation is needed for the dense cloudcover for an Ice Age, and geothermally heated ocean water at that, because global warming of the ocean’s surface would cause more evaporation for more clouds, but those clouds would cool any global warming back down, a negative feedback mechanism, so the Ice Age, necessarily, was caused by geothermally heated ocean water, obviously from Noah’s Flood (see the free ebook download of my first book Old Earth? Why Not!)

    And this Ice Age in the 2300 B.C. until 1500 B.C. timeframe is corroborated by hundreds of bronze age megalithic ruins which were submerged when the Ice Age ended (see category Submerged Ancient Ruins), and by the fact that there was a huge drying to desert in the middle latitudes, beginning circa 1500 B.C., which now leaves ruins of sophisticated bronze age cities in the middle of seas of desert sand, cities obvioulsy built during the Ice Age, when it rained much more in the Middle East, Egypt, and other middle latitude regions, while the ice age snowfall in the extreme latitudes and high elevations raged on from that dense cloudcover caused by the warmer ocean after Noah’s Flood.

    To see how the ancients measured the earth by the rate of the earth’s wobble, refer to article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, as they surveyed the dimensions of the Great Pyramid of Giza by this method, during the Ice Age, circa 2200 B.C., when Egypt received perhaps 40 inches of rain per year, where now, only a few inches fall annually, because the oceans are cooler today than they were back then.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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