Since the Warmers are so in love with Glaciers, here's a little article on what life was like before the temporary warming period the Earth started 12,000 years ago when Glaciers roamed free "Continental ice sheets expanded southward from Canada into the Eastern and Central United States ten or more times during the past 2.5 million years. The area covered by ice varied from one glaciation to another. The glaciations were geologic events, and the events were recorded by glacial deposits. The time interval between 35,000 and 11,150 calendar years ago is referred to informally as "late Wisconsin time." Late Wisconsin glaciation occurred during late Wisconsin time. During late Wisconsin glaciation, the ice sheet margin reached its maximum southern extent in many parts of the United States between 24,700 and 23,600 years ago, and it had retreated into Canada by about 11,400 years ago." Glacial Limits Ahhh, for the good ole days when everything north of the Ohio River was under 60 feet of ice! Warmers are suicidal and dangerous, if you see one do NOT attempt to talk them out of their delusions.