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    Why Ice Rapidly Froze on Surface of Arctic Ocean by Cleared Skies for Less Dense Meltwater Onto Sea

    Snow melts when it falls on the open ocean, even on the ocean near the polar icepacks, so considering that the Arctic ocean on average is over 3,000 feet deep, the icepack on it should never have formed according the the uniformitarians’ template, but the biblical model makes sense of it all, that when the Ice Age ended because the skies had cleared by less evaporation off the ocean (its temperature had cooled to about today’s), so freshwater flushed off the continents onto the sea, saying onto because freshwater is less dense than saltwater, layered out on the surface to then freeze because the winters had become much colder (today’s temperatures).

     

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