Re: How about a short version of your perspective?
Well I'm gonna have to go with the Flood. Because during the Flood, the earths temperature would have been greatly reduced due to the fact that we would have had 100% cloud cover and in some spots there wouldn't be rain, but snow. Therefore the flood would have resulted in the Ice Age which would have made ice bridges connecting the continents.
I'm not going to give this one the easy promotion - I'm going to grill you a bit first. Hopefully it will make for a better topic.
I've seen the creation side argue that the most recent ice age (there is also evidence of several older ice ages) was caused by "post flood climatic adjustment". Is that the core concept you wish to explore? A LOT of snow is required to build up to glacial ice thicknesses. Then most of that ice needs to be melted to get us back to the current situation. In all, it would seem to be a substantial time period where the Earth was a pretty chilly place.
If you wish to go the "The flood caused the ice age" route, please submit an opening message directly aimed at that theme. You can make such as a reply to this message 4.
Alright, I'm fine with that. But I don't think this would be after the flood, I'm trying to say that the ice would have been formed during the flood, and right now we can still see some of the ice from the flood on Antarctica and in the Arctic. This would also mean that the ice that remains on the earth is not really melting to much (due to Global Warming), but instead it is just returning to the way it was before the flood occurred.