When Hunter-Gatherers Harvested Berries & Mammoths in Arctic During Ice Age the Sahara Green by More Rainfall


Proving that the ocean was uniformly much warmer (in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood) to have caused the intense snowfall of the Ice Age, hunters in the Arctic near the coastline ranged in pastures dotted with forests in pursuit of elephants (wooly mammoths), near the warm ocean, and the Sahara desert was green because the greater evaporation off the warmer ocean caused more rainfall, and of course more snowfall in the cold of the more extreme latitudes inland and high elevations.