Arctic Temps 2°-6°C Warmer Than Today With 4.5 Fewer Months Of Sea Ice Coverage 2,000 Years Ago

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    Warmists focus on a short time frame, usually 1979 onward to whine about low sea ice cover in the Arctic, which is why they look foolish when the REST of the Holocene gets brought up.

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    Arctic Temps 2°-6°C Warmer Than Today With 4.5 Fewer Months Of Sea Ice Coverage 2,000 Years Ago

    By Kenneth Richard on 26. April 2018

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    Arctic Sea Ice Extent Higher During 1954-2001
    Than Almost Any Period In The Last 9,000 Years


    During the Roman Warm Period ~2,000 years ago, sea levels were significantly higher than they are now. Modern coastlines are 2 miles down from where they were during the Roman invasion of Britain in 43 AD, strongly implying that surface air temperatures were much warmer ~2,000 years ago compared to today.

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    That's nothing.

    I looked in my back yard the other day and what did I see?

    You guessed it, a melting stray ice burg

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    During the Roman Warm Period ~2,000 years ago, sea levels were significantly higher than they are now. Modern coastlines are 2 miles down from where they were during the Roman invasion of Britain in 43 AD, strongly implying that surface air temperatures were much warmer ~2,000 years ago compared to today.

    Arctic Temps 2°-6°C Warmer Than Today With 4.5 Fewer Months Of Sea Ice Coverage 2,000 Years Ago

    Now that is about as dumb of a start to a paper as I have ever seen. Not going to waste my time reading trash like that. First, you don't give sea level anywhere as 'two miles down', you give it in vertical meters or feet. And you identify exactly where the measurements were taken. No Tricks Zone is a liars site, in any case.
     
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    Lol....problem is, for 10 years you reject EVERY source of information that doesn't concur with your established narrative. Plus, youre fucking with semantics....even half'-wits pick up on it.... sea levels were significantly lower...duh. If it was 2 meters, Sunset still pwns your response!!:113::bye1:

    Anyway, let's face it....nobody is caring about the 2mm-3mm rise in sea level ( in cherry picked areas of the globe btw ). Please show us where people are caring! Folks are more concerned with the performance of Special Olympic athletes in the 3M jump.:2up:
     
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    Why does this forum never draw any new alarmist devotee regulars in here..... after 10 years!! The same 3 or 4 dinosaurs.

    It's because people come in here and see the alarmist contingent getting their clock cleaned every day.... by the people who don't concur with the religion. Naturally most people are not jumping out of their shorts to be part of a public embarrassment. Skeptic sponsored threads have always dominated this forum when you look at activity. Nobody follows the alarmist sponsored threads.....again..... most people don't like looking stupid.
     
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    Just discovered your embarrassing post, where you made no actual rebuttal on anything, which you made a foot in the mouth statement.

    If you bothered to look at the links at the No Tricks site you hilariously trashed, you would find this:

    Dig uncovers Roman invasion coast

    "An archaeological dig at a Kent fort has uncovered the coastline at the time of the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD - two miles from today's shore."

    bolding mine

    That was from the BBC website

    You look foolish here.
     
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    Old Rocks writes,

    "Now that is about as dumb of a start to a paper as I have ever seen. Not going to waste my time reading trash like that. First, you don't give sea level anywhere as 'two miles down', you give it in vertical meters or feet. And you identify exactly where the measurements were taken."

    This statement below was written by Kenneth Richards, NOT from any science paper:

    "During the Roman Warm Period ~2,000 years ago, sea levels were significantly higher than they are now. Modern coastlines are 2 miles down from where they were during the Roman invasion of Britain in 43 AD, strongly implying that surface air temperatures were much warmer ~2,000 years ago compared to today."

    He then go to the BBC link to back his statement up.

    “An archaeological dig at a Kent fort has uncovered the coastline at the time of the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD – two miles from today’s shore.”

    Kenneth wrote it correctly,

    "Modern coastlines are 2 miles down from where they were during the Roman invasion of Britain in 43 AD"

    bolding mine

    You are a poor reader...........
     
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    Lordy, lordy, less credibility than the Weekly Globe. LOL Come on, how about some credible articles from peer reviewed journals?
     
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    Is logical fallacy all you can manage? Do you have any actual science to refute the claim or not? The answer is not...sour grapes, and logical fallacy is hardly a rational debating tactic.
     
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    Shocking. Only papers they fit your theory get peer reviewed.

    Sounds like a cult
     
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