The Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius is credited as the father of Global Warning. According to Lenntech.com, Svante suggested fossil fuel combustion may result in enhanced global warming in 1896. However, actual warming and cooling trends throughout history can be traced back to major volcanic eruptions or an absence of these eruptions. Following the explosion of Mount Saint Helens on May 18th, 1980, experts in the media thought the earth was nearing a second ice age. Thirty five years later, a lack of major eruptions have steered scientists back in the other direction, clinging to Svante’s presupposition.
God called the dry ground “land,” and the gathered waters he called “seas.” And God saw that it was good. – Genesis 1:10
Prior to Noah’s flood, the earth contained one continent, known as Pangea, consistent with Moses’ words in Genesis 1:10. The initial climate on earth was ideal for dinosaurs, similar to the equator without the rain, Genesis 2:5-6, known as the Open Canopy Theory. While most scholars claim dinosaurs disappeared after a meteor crashed into the earth, the Bible tells a different stories. According to Genesis 7:11, a major eruption took place underneath of Pangea, setting into motion modern day tectonic plates which have formed 7 continents from one. At this moment in time, the Yellowstone Caldera or super volcano underneath modern day Yellowstone National Park erupted for the first time. Immediately following this event, the atmosphere was transformed causing rain to fall for the very first time.
In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, on the seventeenth day of the second month—on that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth, and the floodgates of the heavens were opened. – Genesis 7:11
These massive eruptions likely led to the first ice age, as the rain which fell in the polar regions gradually began to freeze, forming glaciers at the Arctic and Antarctic Circles. With the sun blocked by clouds of volcanic ash, the temperature likely fell to their coldest recordings ever. This is the real version of The Day After Tomorrow, except not as fast, giving Noah and his family time to head south from Turkey for the Middle East. Although global warming enthusiasts will continue to use propaganda to convince the masses, the average citizen can look out their window, read the thermometer and use common sense to tell when the globe is cooling or warming.
by Jay Mankus