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    Two Mile Deep Ice Age Snowpack Deemphasized Because Cloud Cover Required Off Warmer Ocean

    When you contemplate the snowpack during the Ice Age up to two miles deep, the rate of snowfall was many times that of today, from much more cloud cover obviously, yet that great intensity of snowfall from much greater cloud cover is deemphasized by the uniformitarians because it certainly necessitates that the ocean was considerably warmer, having been heated from below, the engine for the Ice Age in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood.

     

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