Although World Ocean Warmer for Ice Age Hurricanes Probably Less Severe by Initial Uniformity of Water Temperature


After Noah’s Flood, the ocean was much warmer (initially about 80 deg F top to bottom) than today, so because of the dense cloud cover by evaporation off the ocean which resulted (for the Ice Age), there was less atmospheric temperature variation (below the clouds) during the seasons of the year (cooler summers and warmer winters), thus hurricanes were probably rare and of lesser intensity, although very warm sea surface is the spawning ground for hurricanes today, this meteorological regime begun when the Ice Age had ended, when the ocean had cooled to about today’s temperatures.