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Topic - Possible Ice Age-Climate Change
Posted: November 15 2016 at 7:12am By Medclinician
Originally posted by carbon20 carbon20 wrote:

if/when  the "global conveyer" stops we could be deep into an ice age " with 10 years,

and that could last 10,000 years ,

i believe thats where we will be ,global warming means to me 

an ICE AGE  coming , best move to Australia.....

as i did ....




Carbon 20 - I am very interested in looking at what an Ice Age would be like in Australia or what it was like.  Take a look at this if you would -

http://creation.com/australian-ice-age-animal-extinction

Most large mammals and birds went extinct at the end of the Ice Age, but Australia was the hardest hit of all the continents, with 90% going extinct. Uniformitarians try to explain this via two different hypotheses: either they went extinct because of climate change—the overchill hypothesis, or humans hunted them to extinction—the overkill hypothesis. However, there are numerous problems with these explanations in general and in their specific applicability to the Australian extinctions. From a biblical perspective, severe drought at the end of the Ice Age is likely the primary factor that caused the severe extinction event of the large animals in Australia.

Medclinician