for scene 33 of the video " Galactic and Solar Systems with Ice Age Evidence - part 2" by Rolf Witzsche
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Two long-term climate cycles have been found
Evidence for the two long-term climate cycles have been found in ocean sediments. There, we see both tones of the intergalactic plasma streams coming together, being overlaid on one-another. The combination of these tones, in more recent time, has caused the climate to cool so extensively that Antarctica froze up roughly 35 million years ago and remained frozen for few million years until the upswing of the short cycle caused it to thaw again.
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