Some notes on the so-called "Ice Age"
by Reni Sentana-Ries
I was asked to write on the "Ice Age" and so I will.
The geologically more recent time period of earth has seen at one time no direct sun light because of a massive amount of water vapour suspended in the atmosphere. Such condition was conducive to tremendous animal and plant life. The temperatures on the surface differed very little between equatorial and polar regions, and so even the regions which are now under a heavy layer of ice were filled with rich vegetation and abundant animal life. Some animals grew very large in size for they seem to have had no problems in finding enough food to feed their large bodies.
I disagree with some who wish to place the ice age as far back into earth's history as a million years, and others contend that this age slowly developed over a large period of time. However none of this makes sense, for the "evidence on the ground" tells us a different story.
When earth was a tropical container of plant and animal life there were of course also humans here to oversee the activity. The fact that they had come from other star systems gives credence to the fact that these visitors had actually begun the abundant life forms by planting and releasing them here from other planets. I believe this was the time when the pyramids were built who are now dysfunctional remants. That was also the time when the massive pyramidal structures and edifices of Mars and Moon were constructed, that is to say, by the same kind of people.
So then, why do we speak of a sudden extinction of dinosaurs, if there was no sudden calamity that befell them all? The "Ice Age" did not "appear" as some would say over a large period of time, for these advocates cannot give us a satisfactory answer as to why we find so many large elefants and bisons solidly frozen in ice with no trace of decay even unto the innermost organs of their bodies. So the theory of a gradual overfreezing of polar regions holds no water. Even human remains were found frozen in like manner alongside with those of animals.
The atmosphere contained massive amounts of water vapour. This vapour would create a constant dew on the surface to provide an ideal condition for a lush vegetation. Today this protective vapour is gone and what we have is a world mostly scorched by the blazing sun. The disappearance of uniform, natural irrigation combined with a blazing sun began to destroy vegetation, if it had not been destroyed beforehand by oceanic tidal waves sloshing over the continents. But that is another story which I do not wish to go into at this time.
The hitherto unanswered question still remains: By what mechanism became the once humid atmosphere suddenly so arid that for the first time ever in earth's history direct sunlight could break through and strike the earth with its harsh rays?
Space is filled with massive amounts of ice asteroids. Sometimes it happens that any of them come too close to earth's gravitational field where, depending on their size, they break up into finely ionized particles. These ice particles don't just sit there suspended in earth's gravitational field, but due to their ionization travel along the lines of earth geomagnetic field like iron shavings around a magnet. When that happens all ice particles will find their way to earth - most heavily conentrated where the geomagnetic forces are greatest: at the geomagnetic polar regions of this planet.
Floating ice masses in outer space contain a temperature of absolute zero, therefore these precipitating ice particles had caused massive condensation in equatorial regions which manifested in horrendous steady downpours of rainfall. Since space ice penetration of earth's atmospheric layer was heaviest near the polar regions, any life form below became quickfrozen as the near absolute zero temperature ice solidified it with instant deadliness. Today there is no mechanism around in which live wooly mammal of the size of large elephants can be quickfrozen without a sign of putrefaction observable in its innermost intestines. The instant onrush of absolute zero temperature alone can produce such a result.
After all the ice from outer space had precipitated around the polar regions they then were covered in ice to over 10,000 feet in thickness. I believe the process from the first assault of ice on earth's atmosphere to the completion of the ice layer polar regions, and the break-through of direct sunlight on earth could not have taken more than two weeks, three at the most. - Reni Sentana-Ries