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(see Genesis 1:2.) If that is true, the Paleoclimate data from the ice cores can give us insight into environmental conditions, not only after the seven days of Genesis but also before the seven days.What has accumulated on the ice since Noah's flood can tell us about the environment from then until the present.The ion concentrations reflect relative levels of global volcanic activity at given intervals across the time line.The information on the composite graphic reveals several very important things.The top portion of the next graphic shows the global temperature trends across 18,000 years BP, determined by Paleoclimate proxy data.
This is in sharp contrast to the heightened volcanic activity on the Earth at the time of the Pleistocene extinctions and through the period immediately before the creation of Adam and the seven days of the Earth's regeneration.
If our Bible is true when it tells us Noah's flood was a real and global event that, according to the Biblical chronology, happened about 2,345 B. (roughly 4,300 years BP), and if the GISP2 and GRIP data are also true, the only possible explanation is that the bulk of the material which constitutes the basement of the present Greenland Ice Sheet somehow survived that flood.
Actually, it would have needed to survive two floods, as the Earth was also flooded before the six-day regeneration.
One year earlier the European Greenland Ice Core Project (GRIP) recovered a core to a depth of 3,028.8 meters at a site 30 kilometers east of GISP2.
Comparative data between these two deep cores have allowed scientists to develop an ice core-derived paleoenvironmental record dating back greater than 110,000 years BP (BP means "before present" and "BP" is defined as 1950).