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    Awesome Science: The Mammoth Site

    Noah explores The Mammoth Site where over one hundred mammoths have been preserved in the sediments in an ancient sinkhole. He share how the Global Flood caused the the Ice Age and how the mammoths ...

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    Awesome Science: The Mammoth Site

    Directed by Kyle Justice 2014 35 min
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    Noah explores The Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, South Dakota. He'll explore this amazing site, where over one hundred mammoths have been preserved in the sediments in an ancient sinkhole. He’ll find out how genetics can explain where the mammoths came from after the global Flood, why radio carbon dating can only give us accurate dates of a few thousand years, and how they could have reproduced so quickly after coming off the ark. Finally, he’ll explore how the Ice Age, caused by the global Flood, would have come and gone quickly, causing the right conditions to force the mammoths into extinction.

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    Awesome Science: The Mammoth Site

    Noah explores The Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, South Dakota. He'll explore this amazing site, where over one hundred mammoths have been preserved in the sediments in an ancient sinkhole. He’ll find out how genetics can explain where the mammoths came from after the global Flood, why radio carbon dating can only give us accurate dates of a few thousand years, and how they could have reproduced so quickly after coming off the ark. Finally, he’ll explore how the Ice Age, caused by the global Flood, would have come and gone quickly, causing the right conditions to force the mammoths into extinction.

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