Antarctica & Greenland Glaciers Built Deeper Ice Age Snowpack Surrounded by Warm Ocean in Extreme Latitudes


Up to two miles deep of snow on Antarctica and just over one mile deep on Greenland show essentially what fell on those landmasses during the Ice Age, having remained because of their extreme latitudes, and deeper snowpacks than what fell on North America, northern Europe, and northern Central Asia, because Greenland is almost fully surrounded by water, and Antarctica fully, that water warmer during the Ice Age in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood.