Climate Change Institute at University of Maine Says Ice Age Rapidly Off Wind River Range Explained by Biblical Model


Geologists at the University of Maine’s Climate Change Institute have discovered that the Ice Age snowpack on the Wind River mountain range of western Wyoming melted rapidly when the Ice Age ended, the evidence a lack of moraines in the valleys where the Ice Age glaciers extended then receded (only the bottom moraines of note), which confounds them for their lack of a theory of how it could have happened so quickly (within a hundred years). The desert of ancient lake basins to the west in Nevada is their hint, that more rain fell when the snow fell in the higher elevations all because the sky was thick with clouds during the Ice Age, clouds by more evaporation off the ocean warmer, top-to-bottom, in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood.