The Romans Knew a Warmer World

A Swedish study found that the planet was warmer in ancient Roman times and the Middle Ages than today, challenging the mainstream idea that man-made greenhouse gas emissions are the main drivers of global warming. _DC via GWPF

More: Broad View of Holocene Climate

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The underlying message is that Earth has seen warmer climates than our modern climate, multiple times since the end of the most recent glaciation. Warm climates are not an unnatural — or anthropogenic — phenomenon at all, despite what you hear from the skankstream media and opportunistic power-mongers in government and academia.

More on the Roman Warm Period

Climate History Blog provides ongoing perspective

What separates intelligent people from chimps chumps, is the ability to collect information and place a problem in perspective, in order to determine if one is being sold a bill of goods. Such is the approach that eminent physicist Freeman Dyson took with climate change.

There is no reason to blindly follow the climate hucksters any longer.

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2 Responses to The Romans Knew a Warmer World

  1. Stephen says:

    Here is an interesting movie I found on Youtube about the climate change claims:

  2. bob sykes says:

    The Minoan era also was warmer than today. The fact is temperatures have been trending down for 8,000 years or so.

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