posted on Jun, 1 2003 @ 09:11 PM
Originally posted by Abraham Virtue
For one must ask, why is it that old map-makers never mentioned this Ice in the polar regions???
Ah, but they did. It was called "Ultima Thule" and they couldn't explore it because of the cold.
And why is it that Ice and snow are abound in a place where it barely rains. One must ask these questions to find out.
Only SOME of the area is a snow desert... and you're assuming that climate conditions were stable. They aren't. Snow is also created from sea foam
(or lake chop... you see it in Chicago all the time -- a "lake effects blizard".
Venus was a frozen comet. Yeah, you heard me. Once it flew over Earth the ionized particles of ice were attracted to the magnetic poles and were hosts
to the instant "flash freeze" that occured.
The site that you got the info from apparently doesn't understand the term "ionized water" and is waving it around at you like some sort of magic
wand, hoping you'll believe it and therefore the person writing it.
Here (from an ionizing filter site) is what ionized water REALLY is:
Your water now enters the ionization chamber. Here it has a very specific low voltage electric current passed through it, which causes the soluble
minerals in it to be attracted to either a positive 'pole' or a negative 'pole' depending on their own valency, or electrical energy signature.
When this happens, the water separates into alkaline and acid streams.
So, (using Real Science) what would have happened, according to this very unbelievable scenario, is that one of the poles would be an alkalai waste
where the snow was so toxic it would burn the skin off any animal there... and the other pole would be equally acidic.
No such "burned carcases" have ever been found... nor were the mammoths and other creatures "flash frozen."
Also, Velikovsky was a really bad scholar and forgot to read long enough to realize that there have been at least 5 ice ages.
I believe the original person to "blame" for this theory is Velikovsky, though others who were equally weak in science picked it up from him.