End of Pleistocene on Uniformitarian Timeline Necessitates Holocene for Precipitation Where Now Great Deserts


Most uniformitarians say the Pleistocene ended circa 10000 b. c. when the much greater precipitation for the Ice Age had dissipated and snowpacks thousands of feet deep melted off several continents (except in the high elevations), that date 10000 b. c. which though is 7,000 years before they say the expansive deserts of the world began to form (because of much dissipated rainfall), yet what had caused the greater snowfall for the Ice Age was the same cause for the greater rainfall in the middle latitudes during the Ice Age, that the ocean was significantly warmer in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood, cooled to about today’s temperatures by circa 1500 b. c. when the “bronze age collapse” began.