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Evolutionists believe in many Late Cenozoic ice ages, each lasting a long time. Previously, I showed that one ice age can occur very rapidly. Generally accepted evidence from history, climate simulations, paleontology, and the till deposits themselves indicate that one ice age is much more probable than many.
Creationism, evidence, ice age, evolutionists, Cenozoic
Volume 2:II, Pages 191-200
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Oard, Michael J.
"The Evidence for Only One Ice Age,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2
, Article 51.
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