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    For Snowpack Two Miles Deep Imagine Extent Density of Ice Age Cloud Cover by Uniformly Warm Ocean

    Little snow falls on Antarctica and the Arctic because of the frigid temperatures, there’s little evaporation off the cold ocean of the polar regions to produce the clouds for much snowfall, so to have produced cloud cover for the prodigious snowfall to have covered portions of continents up to two miles deep tells all thinking people that the ocean must have been warmer, the engine for the Ice Age, having been heated from below, really proven by the fact that up to two miles deep of snowpack remains on Antarctica.

     

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