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    With the Mount Redoubt (Alaska) volcano blasting smoke and ash fifty thousand feet into the stratosphere, questions about the impact this will have on world climate are racing through the scientific community.  When the Ice Age was ongoing, such volcanism was commonplace in many parts of the world (where there are “extinct” or active volcanos, such as Santorini and Etna in the Mediterranean), and this is proven by the many layers of ash discovered within bore holes into the polar icepacks, some of which, after having been compressed by tons of overlying snow and ice for many centuries, are a centimeter thick, so these vast layers of ash, when they accumulated, were several feet thick, undoubtedly quite the catastrophic scene, with volcanos popping and intense snowfall in the extreme latitudes, and much more rainfall in the middle latitudes, having made Egypt and the Middle East regions of lush pastures and babbling brooks, with lakes and stands of forests, when the great ancient civilizations were at their peaks.

    As the Ice Age snowfall progressed, from much more global cloudcover (year ’round) at that time, the weight of the increasing layers of snow and ice on continents pushed down on those continental crusts, causing earthquakes and volcanism, hence the huge volumes of volcanic ash within the Ice Age icepacks which remain in Greenland, the Arctic, and the Antartic (and no doubt deep within remaining alpine glaciers at high elevations), and when the Ice Age ended, with the relief of the weight off the continents as the Ice Age icepacks on northern Europe, Asia, and America, melted into the sea, still more volcanism ensued, such as the eruptions of Etna and Santorini, known to have blown their stacks in a major way circa 1500 B.C., when the Ice Age ended, the time of the Exodus of the Jews out of Egypt, when the Middle East and Egypt began to rapidly turn to desert, because the dense expansive cloudcover for the Ice Age had assuaged, because the oceans had cooled to the point where the great evaporation rates which caused the dense cloudcover for the Ice Age were no more. 

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