More Archaeological Evidence of Global Cooling Since the Roman Warming

This is what the East Sussex coast looked like 1,700 years ago when Romans built a castle at Pevensey Bay. The water formed a natural moat around the most of the castle.

The castle is now a mile away from the ocean, and the bay is farmland.

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480 BC Thermopylae Offers Archeological Evidence against AGW; Without Global Warming, there would be no Democracy

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One thought on “More Archaeological Evidence of Global Cooling Since the Roman Warming”

  1. Yep, sea levels are rising … [/sarc]

    What about land rise since last icing period in the area? Obviously, it’s not as great as in Fennoscandia, where present rates are at 9 mm/year in the northern part and ~0 mm/year in the southern.

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