1. Standard memberRJHinds
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    The Ice Age: Only the Bible Can Explain It

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    01 Feb '16 17:49
    There have been many 'ice ages' including a couple of times the entire Earth froze over.

    None of which are 'explained' by the bible.
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    01 Feb '16 17:57
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    There have been many 'ice ages' including a couple of times the entire Earth froze over. None of which are 'explained' by the bible.
    Perhaps RJHinds should lodge a complaint with Youtube.
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    01 Feb '16 18:20
    Originally posted by FMF
    Perhaps RJHinds should lodge a complaint with Youtube.
    Heh.

    If YouTube had a 'not factually correct' complaint button, their servers would crash under the load. DDOS'ed out of existence.
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    01 Feb '16 20:17
    Originally posted by googlefudge
    There have been many 'ice ages' including a couple of times the entire Earth froze over.

    None of which are 'explained' by the bible.
    Actually there have been no Ice Ages, only the appearance of Ice Ages. 😏
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    The earth is only six thousand years old, and humans lived here since the first week. All the Ice Age peoples were descendants of Noah’s three sons, who already knew how to build ships, towers, and cities.

    We would expect the people who scattered from Babel to share many of the same technological skills. They also lived longer than we do, sometimes over four centuries. So they could pass down technology to many generations. In fact, it is conceivable that most of the stone tool innovations occurred within a single generation. Noah’s son Shem was still alive when Abraham was growing up.

    Just down the road from Cincinnati in the north central USA is Big Bone Lick, “the cradle of American paleontology.” The discovery of huge bones from mastodons, giant sloths, and other Ice Age creatures sparked the first scientific expedition to collect vertebrate fossils in North America.

    After two centuries of research, we now have enough information to begin recreating scenes from the rise and fall of the Ice Age. As a massive ice sheet expanded over Canada, it drove out most living things, and then it continued to push south into the Ohio valley. Eventually, the heavy snows stopped and the earth warmed. Once the ice began to melt, animals returned to Big Bone Lick, along with spear-wielding humans. Museums worldwide depict similar scenes from this unique era.

    Big Bone Lick is a stark reminder of this difficult time in earth history. The “lick” was a salt deposit that appeared as the ice sheets began retreating. Animals came to lick the salt and then got trapped in the boggy ground. Humans arrived in the area later, at the end of the Ice Age. Their weapons show up in the fossil record about the same time that the large Ice Age mammals went extinct — around 2100 BC. Only later would various cultures begin building pyramid-like mounds and well-defined cities in the Americas, as they did elsewhere in the world.
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    Originally posted by RJHinds
    .... Animals came to lick the salt and then got trapped in the boggy ground.
    Humans arrived in the area later, at the end of the Ice Age. Their weapons show
    up in the fossil record about the same time that the large Ice Age mammals went
    extinct — around 2100 BC. Only later would various cultures begin building
    pyramid-like mounds and well-defined cities in the Americas, as they did
    elsewhere in the world.
    The Great Pyramid was already 400 years old by then!
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    06 Feb '16 13:55
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    The earth is only six thousand years old, and humans lived here since the first week. All the Ice Age peoples were descendants of Noah’s three sons, who already knew how to build ships, towers, and cities.

    We would expect the people who scattered from Babel to share many of the same technological skills. They also lived longer than we do, sometimes over f ...[text shortened]... pyramid-like mounds and well-defined cities in the Americas, as they did elsewhere in the world.
    "The earth is only six thousand years old, and humans lived here since the first week."

    Human history is six thousand years old, but the earth itself is much much older, and did not "evolve", but was created "in the beginning". That was a long long time ago.
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    Originally posted by josephw
    [b]"The earth is only six thousand years old, and humans lived here since the first week."

    Human history is six thousand years old, but the earth itself is much much older, and did not "evolve", but was created "in the beginning". That was a long long time ago.[/b]
    Pushing 7,000 years in some parts of the world! (Sumer & Egypt) but you are on the right track.
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    11 Feb '16 10:36
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Pushing 7,000 years in some parts of the world! (Sumer & Egypt) but you are on the right track.
    12,000 years if you include Gobekli:

    http://www.sott.net/article/244312-Gobekli-Tepe-12000-year-old-unexplained-structure-in-Turkey
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