“With the help of some scientists, the researcher Dillow has calculated that the temperature in the polar regions must suddenly have dropped to negative 175°F.74 Brown mentions dozens of facts about these deep-frozen mammoths that cannot be explained by the theory of evolution.75 The only acceptable explanation is a global catastrophe, such as described in the account of the Flood in the Bible.”
“This means that the mammoths must have been deep-frozen very, very suddenly indeed.”
“For many in the workforce, salaries are deep-frozen, prices are rising, savings are rare and the flipside of the ageing "burden" is the extended experience of youth dependency.”
“BAA boss Stanley "king of the dribble" Matthews was characteristically modest when accepting the award, a jumbo-sized deep-frozen Black Forest Gateau-style dessert.”
“The frosts of its highlands might hold deep-frozen samples of once living beings.”
“The question remains: what should be done with these deep-frozen fertilized eggs?”
“In the past few years, Hiestand has grown organically by more than 10% annually in the sector of deep-frozen bakery goods.”
“ANDERSON: Should global catastrophe happen, he's confident the world's food supply will be safe, deep-frozen inside this mountain.”
“Patronizing jerk, thought Mason, staring down at the deep-frozen rat corpse he had dumped on the table.”
“Yet in spite of its deep-frozen state, activity is noticeable even here: plumes of carbon as black as squid ink emerge from cracks in its surface.”
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