Climate ‘scientists’ are always ‘denying’ there was such a thing as a global Roman warm period but in Alaska—7000 km from Europe—shows warming at the same time!
See this article for more information.
Wow! The above article also says that in Glacier Bay, about 60 miles east of Juneau, researchers have found evidence of ice advances occurring more than 5,000 years ago.
A more recent glacial advance, between 1724 and 1794 A.D., pushed Huna Tlingit off their land, the article continues. Tlingit histories recorded by Richard and Nora Dauenhauer say that glacier was growing and advancing “faster than a running dog.”
“Today, the Taku Glacier is the only glacier of the 32 from the Juneau ice-field to be slowly advancing, pushing live cottonwoods out of the way.”
Also, see my article posted on 7 Aug 2014 entitled “4,000-year-old forests beneath receding glaciers prove that it was much warmer than today.”
That article tells about an ancient forest emerging from the ice in Switzerland, also proving that it was once much warmer than today.
Probably not too many SUVs back then.
The Tlingit are an indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America according to Wikipedia. They have a matrilineal kinship system, with children considered born into the mother’s clan, and property and hereditary roles passing through the mother’s line.
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