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Climate » Ice age*

Ice age*

Let us think, that more energy than normally comes towards the sun and this makes the sun open up more energy than usually. Then towards the globe there comes more energy than usually and this causes that the globe begins to push itself away from the sun in a curved orbit faster than normally. The seas and the lakes vaporize more humidity to atmosphere than normally. In some point there woun´t come any more energy towards the sun than normally and
then also there woun´t open up energy from the sun more than usually.

Then the globe is pushing itself further away from the sun and that´s why the temperature of the globe drops rapidly a lot. Then the humidity in the atmosphere freezes and this is how continents become covered with ice. This surface does not totally melt when the globe sinks "deeper" than normally to the energysea that opens up from the sun. When the energywaves coming from the sun have made the globe rise over the "seasurface" in the energysea opening up from the sun, the seas vaporize again strongly and freeze again over the ice cover at the continents.

For some time the movement orbit of the three-dimentionally expanding globe swings more than usually at the same time as the expanding globe pushes itself away from the three-dimentionally expanding sun.

During some time this swinging reduces and the ice begins to melt.