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    Pleistocene Mammalian Megafauna Extinctions Climate Change Holocene Theory Meteors Comets Extraterrestrial Impacts Global Warming Deglaciation Dessication Earth’s Middle Latitudes Lush Rich Flora of Pleistocene Forage Food for Large Herbivores Ice Age Pleistocene Holocene Hunters Game Carnivores Megafauna Extinctions End of Ice Age Animals Climate Change Meteorologic Hydrologic Water Cycle Change Decline of Pleistocene Climate Snowfall Rainfall Precipitation Causation SST’s Warmer Sea Surface Temperatures Caused Dense Extensive Global Cloudcover Ice Age Hydrology Changed

    Considering the arctic regions, did you ever wonder how all those wooly mammoths ended up buried in mud then frozen?  They obviously were flooded out, swamped in mud, then frozen, indicating a serious climate change at the end of the Ice Age, with actually much colder temperatures after the Ice Age, to have frozen the creatures in their muddy graves, but yet, rapid icepack melt with the end of the Ice Age, to have caused the extensive flooding which overcame and killed those creatures, to then be frozen, indicating much warmer summers with the end of the Ice Age (for the flooding snowmelt), and colder, longer winters, a paradox, but explained by the fact that dense cloudcover obviously must have characterized the Ice Age (for all that snowfall). 

    And that dense cloudcover was greatly dissipated when the Ice Age was ending, causing much warmer summers and colder winters in the arctic, as well as, the rest of the world, because (when you analyze it) the dense global cloudcover for the Ice Age can only be explained by warmer oceans at that time, for the much greater evaporation rates to have created that dense cloudcover, this was the engine for the Ice Age, paradoxically warmer oceans, actually in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood: the source of the heat which was the fountains of the deep (through oceanic fissures).

    Some mainstream scientists are now saying that near-miss meteors in the upper atmsosphere caused the end of the Ice Age, but how would a few near-miss meteors cause the arctic to become frigidly cold?  And could a few near-miss meteors actually cause extensive global cloudcover (by warmer oceans) to dissipate drastically?  The evidence clearly fits the Genesis format, global flood then Ice Age, it’s hydrology 101, but eschewed by mainstream academics because it’s the biblical model, and they can’t have that.

    The mainstreamers say that hunting pressure and climate change (by the meteors) caused the demise of the megafauna of the Ice Age, and while there was some hunting pressure worldwide, the climate change (not by meteors) is what caused the lush pastures and forests of the arctic coastlines during the Ice Age to flood then freeze, it was a catastrophic event over decades, caused by the ever cooling ocean water, as the warmer water was the engine for the Ice Age.  And because of the greater cloudcover and rainfall in the middle latitudes of the world during the Ice Age, southern Spain was certainly habitable for elephants, as described in Plato’s account of Atlantis, which actually went under circa 1500 B.C., when the Ice Age ended (see category Atlantis Revealed).

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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