Artifacts recently found in Texas suggest that humans lived in North America as many as 20,000 years ago, up to 6,500 years earlier than believed.
Note that most of Alaska was NOT covered by ice.
It’s hard to believe that the Mediterranean Sea was once completely dry.
Although the global climate experienced a cooling phase of perhaps as little as one degree during the Little Ice Age), it had a large impact on agricultural production.
“After watching this, you’ll understand why our ancestors lived in caves.” – Stephen Bird
“Trump was right to repudiate this phony treaty,” says Stoessel.
Warning – Some real salty language here.
That 1/20,000 of one degree would cost Australia 160 billion dollars. – Topher Field
Snowing and freezing in July, but the media ignores it. And notice the cold wave set to sweep into the central U.S. on August 1st.
Actually, once in 150 years. In fact, some areas have never seen snow in recorded history. Also, cold records smashed through Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe.