A Difficult Subject
This new video in the series explains how the ice sheets on Canada, America, Greenland Scandinavia, Europe and Russia waxed and waned.
The video might be more difficult than the former video, but it had to be published to show the completeness of the theory. The theory of the geographic pole (the whole crust) to shift in the latitudinal direction explains how the ice sheets could have been formed and why they melted again. On top of that are the degrees of shift of the poles corresponding to the degrees of temperature variation of the last series of glaciation graphs and so with the orientation clusters of large groups of pyramids.
The Milankovitch cycles provide no basis to freeze the North pole as during the last series of glaciation cycles, like geologists still believe today. The varying Solar insolation due to obliquity, precession and eccentricity is unable to freeze the pole completely, not even in a billion years.
Part 2: How the Ice Sheets Were Formed
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