Should the Medieval Warm Period be taught in schools?

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peacock99
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The Medieval Warm period (900 A.D. to 1300 A.D.) was a period during which the global temperature reached a level of 1 degree Centigrade warmer than today. There was also a Roman Warm Period 250 B.C. to 400 A.D. I suspect that it is not taught because it is a spanner in the works when teaching fake geography such as man-made global warming (changed to climate change when the global temperature began to drop).
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clearly, the temperature difference then is much smaller than now, and occurred over a longer period of time.

Maybe take off your tin-foil hat, I think your brain is finished cooking
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Falsified data. Ice cores show that the temperature in the year 1000 AD was warmer than today.
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Yes... and it was a time of prosperity. Grapes and fruit flourished in abundance.
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no doubt there was an irritating medieval child giving it plenty and blaming the wool trade for "thise abominable greate increse of hottnesse in the Realme"
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no doubt there was an irritating medieval child giving it plenty and blaming the wool trade for "thise abominable greate increse of hottnesse in the Realme"
What? It was welcomed and we basked in a climate which could finally grow more than turnips. The plague finally knocked our new found prosperity on the head when the winters no longer killed fleas.
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(Original post by peacock99)
The Medieval Warm period (900 A.D. to 1300 A.D.) was a period during which the global temperature reached a level of 1 degree Centigrade warmer than today. There was also a Roman Warm Period 250 B.C. to 400 A.D. I suspect that it is not taught because it is a spanner in the works when teaching fake geography such as man-made global warming (changed to climate change when the global temperature began to drop).
Where is the spanner in the works? Nobody denies that there have been periods of warming and cooling in the past and there having been periods in warming and cooling in the past in no way proves or disproves man made climate change.

Do yourself a favor and do a bit of reading on empiricism and critical thinking - until you do so I suggest you leave specific topics alone because you obviously lack the ability to think objectively and with clarity.
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(Original post by peacock99)
The Medieval Warm period (900 A.D. to 1300 A.D.) was a period during which the global temperature reached a level of 1 degree Centigrade warmer than today. There was also a Roman Warm Period 250 B.C. to 400 A.D. I suspect that it is not taught because it is a spanner in the works when teaching fake geography such as man-made global warming (changed to climate change when the global temperature began to drop).
Pray tell why we should believe your claims over those who are actually learned on the subject?
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The period is actually taught on the UK Edexcel Geography A-level spec.
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