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    That Denver’s Heaviest Snowfalls in November and April Prove Ice Age’s Cause Warm Moist Air Off Ocean

    Many may think Denver gets most of its snow in winter, but the most falls in autumn and spring, when the polar air masses collide with spring’s or autumn’s warmer and therefore moister air off the ocean, and the ocean was warmer year ’round during the Ice Age, having been heated from below by the fountains of the deep for Noah’s Flood.

     

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