It’s not supposed to happen this quickly in geological terms, though 160 years is a long time for mankind.
Marlborough, MA, (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
“Tale of the Northwest Passage” has been published to YouTube. This third video in a series compares current climate change to changes observed on a glacial scale. It is the second available on YouTube.
“These videos were created as a scientific appendix for the hard Science Fiction eBook Time Arc, a cautionary tale of time travel, and a compelling tale of global warming,” said Frank Paine, video producer and eBook author. “Using both Science Fact and Science Fiction, the content provides new insights for the audience. This addresses the issues of climate change, the glacial cycle, and creationism from different perspectives.“
“Tale of the Northwest Passage” is 8:16 long. These other videos review the last Glacial Cycle relative to human history. A second video is a 24-minute presentation called "The Paradox of History, Why Creationism Makes Sense?" which explores mankind's prehistoric legacy. A short promotional video “Does Creationism Make Sense?” had over 600 views within a day after it was posted on YouTube. These other videos review the last Glacial Cycle relative to human history.
The Paradox of History video compares thawing in the glacial cycle to recorded history. During the glacial thaw, ocean levels increased 3-5 feet a century on average for 10 thousand years. Today, few believe that such a dramatic change in ocean level could happen so quickly. Most are shocked when they find out during the glacial maximum ocean levels are 300 - 400 feet below what they are today, twenty one thousand years later.
The following links support this press release:
YouTube video: “Tale of the Northwest Passage” - link: http://bit.ly/QnRYOK
YouTube video: “Does Creationism Make Sense?” - link: http://bit.ly/PZwk3i
YouTube channel: “FrankPaine201x” - link: http://bit.ly/Yr7LQm
PDF Document: “Time Arc – Parts I and II” - link: http://bit.ly/QO4Fhh
Hi-Res Video: “History Paradox” - link: http://bit.ly/TIIvzN
For more information about this topic, please contact Franklin Paine by calling 617 285-3365 or e-mail Frank at: FrankPaine201x(at)gMail(dot)com