Transcript for scene 48 of the video " The Incredible Experience vs Ice Age - part 2" by Rolf Witzsche  

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Two-thirds along Antarctica froze up

Two-thirds along the down-ramping to the present state, Antarctica froze up, then thawed out again when the shorter cycle peaked, and a few million years later it froze up once more and has remained frozen. These are huge climate effects on the Earth. They are evidently the result of huge causes that affect the entire galaxy, and the stars within the galaxy. Stars going inactive appear to be the natural consequence of the long-term down-ramping in the galaxy. Our Sun is caught up in the dynamics of the presently diminishing galactic system. The resulting effects are obviously large, which we cannot escape from, but which we can adjust our living to.


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