Reading an article this morning from the United Nations Environment Program, about the Ice Age, I noticed that (in the beginning of the article) they say the “last glacial maximum” of the Ice Age lasted from 17k to 5k years b.p. (from 15000 B.C. to 3000 B.C.), which puts the end of the Ice Age during the Bronze Age, unthinkable in years past, but now, scientists are realizing that the climate of old kingdom Egypt and the most ancient kingdoms of the Middle East was much wetter when they flourished, before the great deserts formed when the Ice Age ended.
But later in the article, they say that the Ice Age ice sheets had melted and retreated from the continents by 12k years b.p. (10000 B.C.), leaving 7,000 years, up until 3000 B.C., for there still to have been inordinantly great amounts of rain, about 40 inches per year in North African and the Middle East, and many other desert regions of the world, where now falls only a few inches of rain per year, telling us that the climatic regime for the Ice Age was enforce during old kingdom Egypt, Sumer, Akkad, Mohenjo Daro, Kerma, Yam, Tel Leilan, Ebla, Ubar, and many others, because of dense and extensive global cloudcover at that time, having caused much greater amounts of precipition which fellout as snow in the more extreme latitudes and high elevations at that time, during the Ice Age, which actually ended circa 1500 B.C. because the warmer world ocean in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood had cooled to about today’s temperatures, which greatly lessened the evaporation of the world ocean for the huge expansive cloud formations during the Ice Age.
You can see the perplexity in this mixed labeling for the time of the end of the Ice Age by the writers of that UN article, their suspect carbon 14 dates say the Ice Age ended circa 10000 B.C., but yet, the wet climatic regime (where now are deserts) of the ancient kingdoms of Sumer, the Indus, Egypt, and many others, indicates surely that the much greater cloudcover for it was Ice Age global cloudcover. Read more about it under category Catastrophic Climate Change, and in the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!
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