He casteth forth his ice like morsels: who can stand before his cold?(Psalms 147:17) KJV
“Rise of Northern Hemisphere Voltziales and diversification of Southern Hemisphere glossopterids. Extinction, arborescent lycopsids, and sphenopsids. Diversification of reptiles.“
This is a laundry list of plant and animal kinds which really lets us know that the evidence, sedimentary rock containing an abundance of fossils, shows that ecosystems, plant and animal communities, were destroyed and buried in a catastrophe.
In the case of the Northern hemisphere Voltziales and Southern hemisphere Glossopterids the habitats were destroyed by the flood but then they froze as a direct result of cooling caused by the wind which God sent to cause the flood waters to subside. This is the reason why these fossils are found in an excellent state of preservation in the northern and southern permafrost.
The most recent ice age is usually considered to have been from about 40,000 to 10,000 years ago, so why is there an ice age in the Permian, which, in the popular science narrative (SciPop) was about 225 millions years before present? That’s a really big gap. Why would that be necessary?
The evidence of equatorial glaciation includes fossils of Arborescent lycopsids and Sphenopsids which, according to the narrative, are Carboniferous. Since the fossils preserve the destruction of their habitat and their extinction then it has to be placed at the end of the Carboniferous. The Permian is regarded as the end of an era. It’s another little microcosm of circular reasoning making the narrative of biological evolution into a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Permian – Navigation
|The Galen Urso Type||John 10:11|
|2||Cooler and Drier Climates||Job 6:15-16|
|Uplift in Appalachian Geosyncline||Nahum 1:5|
|Extensive Glaciation in Southern Hemisphere||Job 38:29-30|
|Voltziales and Glossopterids||Psalms 147:17|
August 12th – Permian
The Appalachian mountains formed after the sediments they’re made of were deposited, that’s simple logic and an acknowledgment of cause and effect.