The Theory Part 1


Pieces of ice in running water, snow and glaciers on mountains slope are pictures of the Ice Age. Former warm area is today without life. Main changes happened among plants and animals. During the Little Ice Age in Europe, North Africa and Asia roughly one million people perished.

Climate Change and A New Ice Age
Theory Involving A Dark Nebula

The Theory Part 1

Ice Ages appeared on the Earth’s surface three times since Paleozoic – Cambrian period. Their temperatures were from mild to severe. The time between the Ice Ages was longer than the Ice Ages themselves, and the Earth’s surface without glaciers was warmer. After hundreds of millions of years of warm climate, cool weather arrived.

In the beginning of the last century a frozen mammoth was found in Siberia. Members of the Russian Academy of Sciences performed research and an autopsy. The stomach contained the remains of green food. They assumed the mammoth fell into a crevice filled with snow and ice, where he died and froze. Forty-five thousand mammoths were found in the region, and they all probably died at the same time.

About 10,000 years ago, Earth’s surface became warmer, large thick glaciers melted and warmer weather is still present today. My geological field research in Central Europe showed big changes after glaciers melted.

In Central Europe is the country of Czech Republic and its eastern province is Moravia. In Northern Moravia are the Jesenik Mountains, which had been covered by a glacier during the last severe Ice Age. At that time the weather changed and Earth’s temperature substantially rose. Water from the glacier began to unsettle the mountains and the first formation of coarse gravel began. A fast moving front of gravel formed and moved in a southerly direction. This gravel followed a path of a river called Morava and began to form a large sedimentation area of many square kilometers. Gravel moved a distance of 160 kilometers. One square kilometer(h=2.5m, = 2.65, por. = 25%) contains about five million metric tons of gravel. There was commercial mining of gravel. It contained remains of animal bones, which would make C14 analysis possible to estimate the time of sedimentation and the end of the last severe Ice Age. In Reference 7 is a photo of a manmade lake which was created by mining of gravel. Formerly, it was a meadow with a few trees.