Not by Fire but by Ice
THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!
Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs . . . and Why it Could Soon Kill Us
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Focusing on a controversial hypothesis that ice existed at the equator some 300 million years ago, they decided to search for answers in four distinct environments: the cold-dry environment found in Antarctica, the cold-wet environment found in Norway, the hot-wet environment found in Puerto Rico and the hot-dry environment found in the Mojave Desert.
For the Antarctic portion of their research, the OU team
flew to Antarctica at the end of December.
They pinpointed the glaciers where they would take water
and sediment samples. When they were ready, a helicopter dropped them in
the Dry Valleys and they began collecting samples in one of the smallest
rivers in Wright Valley.
See entire article, entitled " Oklahoma Geologists Look For Answers In
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