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    Algeria’s Djurdjura Mountains on Mediterranean Coast Ice Age Snowline Down to Two Thousand Feet

    If you need more proof that the Ice Age was caused by the ocean warmer, for much more cloud cover because of evaporation off that warmer ocean, you need look no further than the Djurdjura mountains which virtually hug the mediterranean coast of Algeria, where during the Ice Age, the snowline was at about two thousand foot elevations in some valleys, when the Sahara to the south was verdant, before the time of the Exodus and the demise of Atlantis circa 1500 b. c., the ocean having cooled to about today’s temperatures to end the Ice Age.

     

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