Duration of the Ice Age Must Have Been a Thousand Years by Cooling Gradient of Ocean from Warmer to Today’s


For the transfer of moisture off the ocean to have dumped snow up to two miles deep on continental landmasses, the ocean was obviously much warmer to have caused the vastly greater evaporation for the vastly greater cloud-cover, fitting the bill that the ocean top-to-bottom was about 80 deg. F. then cooled to about today’s temperatures averaging top-to-bottom of 50 deg. F. the cooling within about 900 years, comporting with Noah’s Flood circa 2350 b. c. and the end of the Ice Age circa 1500 b. c.