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    Snowlines Thousands of Feet Lower During the Ice Age of Mountain Ranges Around Mediterranean Basin

    During the Ice Age, snow fell over the Mediterranean basin in the fall, winter, and spring such that the Pyrenees, Apennines, Balkans, the mountains of Lebanon and Israel, the Tibesti and Ahaggar mountains of North Africa, and the Atlas range of Morocco had perennial snowlines down to 5,000 foot elevations, proving that surely all of that snow fell when also much more rain fell at the lower elevations, showing the uniformitarians’ confusion that their Ice Age end was circa 10000 b. c. while admitting that the deserts of the world were verdant up to circa 1500 b. c., actually when the Ice Age ended, when the Hebrews exited out of Egypt and Atlantis went under.

     

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