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    Overlay Twenty Inches of Annual Rainfall on Today’s Deserts to See State of World Before the Exodus

    The engine for the Ice Age was the ocean warmer, having been heated from below, for more evaporation for more cloud cover, so where today are deserts were green, when wadis were perennial streams and lakes abounded in basins, born out by the ruins of ancient civilizations now stranded in vast deserts. Imagine thirty inches of rainfall annually on where now are the deserts of the Middle East, the Great Indian Desert (Indus Valley Civilization), and ancient Egypt including far from the valley of the Nile, until the time of the Exodus when the Ice Age ended.

     

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