First Ice Age?

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Earliest Period of Glaciations Occurred 2.3 Billion Years Ago. Ancient periods of glaciations have left behind clues for geologists and these clues aid in understanding how the environment of the Earth has changed.
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The Ice Age wasn't only cold. One of the strange things about earth's climate is that unusually cold conditions in one place have a way of being balanced by unusually hot conditions
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According to the Wiki article below we are currently in an Ice Age, just in the warmer time of one, called interglacial period. "Glaciologically, ice age implies the presence
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An Ice Age starts every 100,000 years! Scientist have proven this by they dig holes in snow in the Arctic and they can tell by the shape of the ice what the temperature was from up
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Geological evidence suggests that the first ice age occurred 2.4 billion years ago, when there was a massive increase in atmospheric oxygen which allowed for the formation of ice.
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