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I often wondered how did the earth do this, all by itself, when man was not there, making greenhouse gases ...
Will melting ice caps cause earthquakes?
We know the melting of the ice caps will change the tilt of the earth axis
The Pleistocene Epoch is typically defined as the time period that began about 1.8 million years ago and lasted until about 11,700 years ago. During the beginning of that period, glaciers covered huge parts of the planet Earth.During the Pleistocene Epoch, more ice melted, than we have remaining. Based on Pleistocene melting, we should be able to tell something about the impact of large scale ice melting, by looking at what this melting did to the earth in terms of earthquakes. I often wondered how did the earth do this, all by itself, when man was not there, making greenhouse gases. This period shows there is more than one way to get the same result. The question is, are these natural drives still happening today? Who decided to stop the end of the ice age at 10,000 BC? Could there have been a pause, with the ice melt starting again. Does the Pleistocene Epoch show ice age glacier melt, being continuous or intermittent?