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Interplanner
November 15th, 2015, 01:34 PM
Most documentaries on Ararat have the 'accidental' discovery footage of the USAF in 1949. While the docs are about Noah's vessel, it is worth looking close at the images of Ararat for snow levels.

In more recent years during "global warming," there is quite a bit heavier coverage.

It reminds me of the fact that Taku Glacier (near Juneau) grew "Hole in the Wall" (a sideways finger) during the 20th century. Again, it is the opposite of what we should find during global warming.

Jonahdog
November 16th, 2015, 04:55 AM
Most documentaries on Ararat have the 'accidental' discovery footage of the USAF in 1949. While the docs are about Noah's vessel, it is worth looking close at the images of Ararat for snow levels.

In more recent years during "global warming," there is quite a bit heavier coverage.

It reminds me of the fact that Taku Glacier (near Juneau) grew "Hole in the Wall" (a sideways finger) during the 20th century. Again, it is the opposite of what we should find during global warming.

And you know this based on your extensive study of the science. Two references, one that appears to be based on a several thousand year old myth.