Obligatory recapitulation

While studying the data of ice ages it seems that I may have gotten the whole thing backward. Looking at the data suggests that after long periods of cold the Earth's crust becomes more solid and can retain more pressure, but becomes more apt to massive fracture. It seems reasonable that the end of a ice age is prompted by the cataclysmic release of energy which then starts a new cycle of using that energy for life. It then winds down and becomes choked in its own complexity.

The data suggests that global warming is not the real threat, but the slow decay to a cold environment as energy is sequestered again in the organisms. Like a forest fire that precedes new rapid growth, the blazing cold is the freezing fire that precedes new emergence.


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