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Because mainstream scientists have by-and-large not yet wrapped their heads around the fact that only a warmer ocean geothermally heated could have been the cause of the ice age, the fact that the ice age ended when the world ocean had cooled to about today’s temperatures, thus having caused a catastrophic climae change (drought in the middle latitudes), totally escapes them in their darwinian-timeline state.  Of course the fact that historic Noah’s Flood, the warmer world ocean in its aftermath, was the geothermal engine which caused the ice age does not encourage the bibliophobic mainstream scientists to catch this vision, yet it’s only hydrology 101 after all, that only a warmer world ocean having been heated from below could have caused so much more evaporation to have formed the much denser cloudcover for the ice age.

And when you think about the demise of great ancient civilizations all at the same time ending the bronze age, such as the sudden end of the Indus Valley Civilization, and the abrupt transition from much more prolific and sophisticated Old Kingdom Egypt to the greatly diminished New Kingdom (documented with the drought-induced disasters described in the Ipuwer Papyrus), and the end of the Akkadian and Sumerian empires in Mesopotamia, many of its ruins now stranded in stark deserts as noted by Harvey Weiss at Yale, that time of the end of the ice age clearly sticks in the craw of those bibliophobes of mainstream science, their carbon 14 dating which ‘though is flawed (see http://globalflood.org) allowing them no admittance that the ice age ended really circa 1500 b.c.

Harvey Weiss at Yale knows better than anybody that the rainfall decreased bigtime in the middle latitudes having caused the end of the bronze age empires there, and as a jew ostensibly believing the history in the Torah, one would think he would be jumping at the chance to scientifically confirm that there was in fact catastrophic climate change when the Exodus of the jews out of Egypt occurred, yet even ‘though everybody knows that the Indus Valley Civilization ended circa 1500 b.c., that time too when previously well-watered Old Kingdom Egypt indeed transitioned to far less powerful New Kingdom Egypt, Weiss refuses to acknowledge that was the end of the ice age, submerged bronze age ruins confirming that timeframe (see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com).

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