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Norwegian scientists Astrid Lysa and Eiliv Larsen in cooperation with the International Polar Year Project and the Norwegian Geological Survey have done good work documenting the foolproof evidence that the arctic ocean was clear of ice circa 2000 B.C., stating that the so-called Independence I culture fished, hunted, and (no doubt) gathered berries and tubers there then, along Greenland’s northern shore, the arctic ocean, when year ’round wave action from the open sea at that time caused beach erosion indicative of that wave action, not what we see today with the ice sheets jamming up that ocean year ’round, allowing no wave action to crash into the shoreline, and only the seal hunting Innuits there these days to hunt on the floating icepacks of the arctic ocean.

The fact that the arctic ocean was clear of ice during the Bronze Age (circa 2000 B.C.) is surely disturbing to mainstream scientists, certainly not knowing how to explain such warmth of the ocean so that it remained ice free, however, in reality, the arctic ocean was warmer because of tectonically generated geothermal heating through the crust of the seafloor, by a cataclysmic event anciently recalled by hundreds of people groups, among them the patriarchs of the Bible, the seismic event which heated the world-ocean to generate the elevated rate of evaporation to form the dense cloudcover of the Ice Age, when the snow fell in unimaginable quantities in the extreme latitudes, and the deserts of the middle latitudes were then lush with greenery from rainfall, when the worldwide cloudcover caused warmer winters and cooler summers.

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