Research by new Ph.D. finds warping of planet’s crust, with far-reaching effects.
Underground heat is cooking the Thwaites Glacier from below, and could push it closer to collapse.
Since Noah's flood there's been a continual net loss of ice on Earth. What physical cause could lead to climate instability as we see in the Bible and which we're experiencing today?
When the waters of the great deep burst forth they were met at the surface of Earth by the waters from above the firmament. This caused gigantic waves to propagate from the equator to the poles.
"Redistribution of floras reflecting advances and retreats of glaciers." Glacial ice formed at the poles and around the equator as the waters of Noah's flood evaporated.
"Several advances and retreats of continental ice sheets, accompanied by some elevation of continents and draining of major synclines." There used to be an ice age 10,000 years ago, but THE NARRATIVE became murky and confusing.
The wind which came after Noah's flood evaporated the waters and caused global cooling, leading to polar and equatorial glaciation. Evidence of equatorial glaciation is assigned to the Permian.
Earth in Upheaval is the name of a book by Immanuel Velikovsky which lays out his summary of the evidence for cataclysmic upheavals in the history of Earth.
When we say "ice age" we usually mean the one that ended about 10,000 years ago. In the popular science narrative (SciPop) this was the last of several retreats and advances of polar ice over the last 10,000-40,000 years.
Creationists don't seem to grasp the concept that Noah's flood and Peleg's tectonics are separate events, and they don't seem to have a coherent answer to the question: "where did the flood waters go?"