1970 Research : Temperatures Were 4-5 Degrees Warmer From 4000-2000 BC

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Dec 1970

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7 Responses to 1970 Research : Temperatures Were 4-5 Degrees Warmer From 4000-2000 BC

  1. Tokamak says:

    Some very inconvenient truths

  2. Paul H says:

    Of course 4000BC marked the beginnings of civilisation.

    It is interesting too that the article mentions the cooling from 400BC bringing “climatic stress on human activity”. People were obviously stupid in them days as they should have realised that colder weather was good for them and the Poley Bears.

  3. Joseph says:

    Another great post. Thanks.

  4. Paul in Sweden says:

    Was Jame’s Hansen’s Manhattan office under water 2000 years ago?

    Were the Maldives, Tuvulu and Bangladesh under water 2000 years ago?

    Did Glaciers exist 2000 years ago?

    Where did the Polar Bears hide 2000 years ago during the then unprecedented heat?

  5. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Warmer from 4000-2000 BC than now? That’s a no brainer.

  6. Andy Weiss says:

    That article seemed very thoughtful and well written, unlike the trash you see today.

  7. Al Gored says:

    Along the lines of the Australian ‘experts’ who ‘knew’ that drought was the only possibility – so they kept the dam above Brisbane full before the floods – I wonder is there was a Leif Hansen, a renowned Viking climatologist who predicted that things at the Greenland colony were just going to keep getting warmer… thus explaining why that colony didn’t seem to prepare for what did happen?

    Along the lines of the Australian experts who knew that drought was the only possibility so they kept the dam above Brisbane full before the floods.

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