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    Penn State Scientists Investigate Analyze Woolly Mammoth Mammuthus Genus Genome from Elephant Hair Samples Crowned Head Cranium Giant Elephants of Nepal Elephantidae Family Syngameons Cross-Hybridization of Elephant “Species” Ice Age Arctic Environmental Climatology What Was the Arctic Pleistocene Weather Like During the Ice Age?

    Penn State biologists are in the process of studying the woolly mammoth genome from hair samples, the animal being studied of the elephant genus mammuthus, thought to be extinct, but found in Nepal are small herds of giant elephants, about a foot taller than the asian elephants, and these nepal giants, very interestingly, have the same crowned cranium crests as the mammoths, not found in the asian and african elephants which are thought to be the only survivng genuses of animals, so since asian and african elephants can hybridize, and the asian elephants are said to be genetically very similar to the mammoth, we can expect the biological capability for hybridization of certainly the nepalese elephant, and probably the asian elephant, with a clone from the recovered mammoth genes, should such a creature be made in the laboratory.

    Status quo mainstream scientists of the darwinist bent would have us believe that the environment of the arctic was even colder during the Ice Age than today, which of course, according to hydrology 101, is surely ridiculous, since it’s known that the mammoth remains, now buried in the frozen muck of the arctic coastal river valleys, are found associated with lush plant remains, from a time when the arctic regions (near the arctic ocean shorelines) were pastures and forests, much like southern England today (benefiting from the warm Gulf Stream current), so obviously, the ocean was warmer during the Ice Age, even the arctic ocean, to have caused the prolific rainfall, and not much snowfall, near the arctic ocean shorelines, but also, the intense snowfall further inland which caused buildup of the snowpack during the Ice Age.

    And when the oceans had cooled to about today’s temperatures, the Ice Age ended, because the greater evaporation rates off the oceans were significantly lessened, so because of the greatly reduced cloudcover then, the summers in the arctic became much warmer, and the winters much colder, therefore, when the ice age icepacks melted rapidly, the vast sheets of runoff water drowned and entombed the creatures in muck, to be frozen the following winter, many of which have remained frozen in the muck to this day, because the summers are short in the arctic.  Read more about all this in the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!, and if you’d like to know how the ancients during the Ice Age measured the earth (geometry) by the stars, simply explained in article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com.

    See too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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