We are sold a bogus explanation for ice ages by our teachers and our school books. Our movies make it look like huge animals never needed to eat and just wandered around ice. The reality is that Siberia was warm and full of vegetation to support these animals before the surface of the Earth changes position in a sudden, catastrophic pole shift.
My research concludes that a catastrophic POLE SHIFT occurs about every 13,000 years and that the entire surface/crust of the planet finally yields to increasing stresses and detaches from the layer beneath and moves over the core below to a new and devastated set of surface conditions. As this recent Washington Post article says:
Scientists may have solved a huge riddle in Earth’s climate past. It doesn’t bode well for the future.
“Thirteen thousand years ago, an ice age was ending, the Earth was warming, the oceans were rising. Then something strange happened – the Northern Hemisphere suddenly became much colder, and stayed that way for more than a thousand years.
For some time, scientists have been debating how this major climatic event – called the “Younger Dryas” – happened. The question has grown more urgent: Its answer may involve the kind of fast-moving climate event that could occur again.
This week, a scientific team made a new claim to having found that answer. On the basis of measurements taken off the northern coasts of Alaska and Canada in the Beaufort Sea, the scientists say they detected the signature of a huge glacial flood event that occurred around the same time.
This flood, they posit, would have flowed from the Arctic into the Atlantic Ocean and shut down the crucial circulation known as the “Atlantic meridional overturning circulation” (or AMOC) – plunging Europe and much of North America back into cold conditions.”
I think the full evidence shows the reason the North American Ice Cap (centered on the Western edge of Hudson Bay where the previous North Pole was) was melting – it was no longer at the pole – which had moved to the current location well north of North America. A POLE SHIFT best explains the end of the last “ice age” because like Antarctica today, lands have an ice age when they are at the pole.