Climate alarmists rarely speak of the Roman warm period

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Nor do they ever mention the Medieval warm period. There are numerous sources of evidence that indicate that the climate during these two periods reached temperatures at least as warm as today if not higher. The presence of Roman vineyards, the analysis of oxygen isotopes found in mollusc shells, analysis of the granularity of deep ocean sediment and pollen analysis all indicate that there was an exceptionally warm period from 230 BC to 40 AD.
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They've yet to convince most governments that their green schemes don't cut energy more than we currently use, in fact it just seems as though they want to downsize all economic activity so that a red mob can take over the world
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Whoop whoop whoop
Denier alert!
Denier alert!

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Nor do they ever mention the Medieval warm period. There are numerous sources of evidence that indicate that the climate during these two periods reached temperatures at least as warm as today if not higher. The presence of Roman vineyards, the analysis of oxygen isotopes found in mollusc shells, analysis of the granularity of deep ocean sediment and pollen analysis all indicate that there was an exceptionally warm period from 230 BC to 40 AD.
Point being? Because if it's suggesting that this is just a natural cycle, in opposition to expert consensus, you better be putting up some actual research and critiques of the research showing that climate change is a genuine threat.
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fake noos !!! actually there was an ice age in Roman Britain. because of this and the fact that they wore togas things got far too chilly and old Luigi had to leave sharpish.
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Point being? Because if it's suggesting that this is just a natural cycle, in opposition to expert consensus, you better be putting up some actual research and critiques of the research showing that climate change is a genuine threat.
Climate change? Don't you mean man-made global warming?
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Climate change? Don't you mean man-made global warming?
Climate change is anthropogenic, and is what was referred to as global warming because rather than listening to the experts talking about how it meant all weather would become more extreme, lead paint connoisseurs responded with "hurr durr it snowed last week, so much for global warming"
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Get out the tin foil hats folks
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