Ice Age Arctic Ocean was Ice Free from Warm Post Deluge Oceans but Freshwater Runoff from Ice Age Meltdown Froze to Form Floating Arctic Ice Cap

The Arctic ice-cap of the North Pole is frozen freshwater atop the liquid saltwater of the ocean, but when snow falls on the ocean, it melts, so how did that freshwater freeze atop the Arctic Ocean?

The Arctic Ocean averages about two miles deep, freely circulating, connected to the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans, all cold saltwater, but nevertheless, snowfall which falls upon that water melts immediately.   Snowpacks don’t build-up during a snowstorm on open ocean, it just doesn’t happen, so prodigous volumes of freshwater from the rapid Ice Age meltdown obviously flowed out onto the Arctic Ocean in surging sheets which “floated” on top of the denser saltwater long enough to freeze one autumn, when the cold was sufficient to freeze the fresh meltwater on top of the Arctic Ocean, because the cloud-cover had greatly decreased as the oceans had cooled from what they were at the close of the Deluge, about a thousand years before, so that winter which followed was colder and longer, such that the freshwater on top of the Arctic Ocean stayed frozen, and was added to by snowfall on that frozen and growing surface, to form the Arctic ice-cap, which now covers most of the Arctic Ocean.

Mainstream scientists can’t explain how the Arctic Ocean ice-cap came to be because they don’t embrace the Global Flood Model, which obviously has much explanatory value, but is ignored because it happens to corroborate the most accurate ancient history book ever written, the Bible.

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