Hydrologic Cycle Known to Job of Uz Two Thousand Years Before the Romans Got It Right Cause of the Ice Age Therein


In Job 36: 37-28, written about four thousand years ago in the land of Aram’s son Uz (Uzbekistan), the hydrologic cycle is simply summarized by Job, that the water (vapor) rises up to form clouds, the distilled water (condensed from vapor to water) which falls, this fact of hydrology supposedly not realized until the time of the Romans. Job no doubt knew that the clouds for rainfall also caused snow in the higher elevations, because he lived near the western-most Himalayas.