Archaeologists Prove That There Was Less Ice In Alaska 2,800 Years Ago

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7 Responses to Archaeologists Prove That There Was Less Ice In Alaska 2,800 Years Ago

  1. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    This should be the real chart for climate looks more legit then the IPCC fairy tale story one that only Al Gore believes

  2. Brendon says:

    Did you read this bit?

    Although Greg Hare agrees that more ice patch research is needed, he isn’t sure whether the ice patches are shrinking as rapidly as he once feared.

    His team has been taking careful measurements of ice fields each year, and so far the evidence is mixed. It could be that global climate change will bring greater snowfall to some mountain areas, even if temperatures grow warmer overall, he says.

    • John Endicott says:

      “he isn’t sure whether the ice patches are shrinking as rapidly as he once feared.”

      Hmmm, I must have missed the day they taught fear as part of the scientific process.

  3. jcrabb says:

    So it can be said that the Medieval warm period did not effect this area of Alaska.

  4. Geezer1 says:

    My, my. The ice patches are not shrinking as rapidly as once feared. Maybe Hare should have used scientific evidence instead AGW fear for his conclusions.

  5. Marcia, Marcia says:

    This is excellent. Since Asian blood is in American Indians this just adds to the evidence of their path to North, Central, and South America. It is also evidence that these Asians didn’t journey to the Americas in a time as cold as now.

  6. Lazarus says:

    From the article;
    “This is a phenomenon that’s going on globally,” Dixon says. “Ancient ice is melting for the first time. ”

    So the ice that has been present for thousands of years is definitely melting. Wouldn’t your agree?

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