A forest revealed under glacial ice
Alaska’s Mendenhall Glacier is shrinking, and its retreating ice has bared the remains of an ancient forest. Preserved stumps and trunks, many still rooted and even bearing bark, sit in a gravelly mix of stone churned up by the glacier. The trees are being exposed to open air for the first time in over two thousand years.
So my question is this: since the retreating glacier* reveals there was a freakin' forest there, before the ice ... then were the Native Alaskans sitting around bemoaning the death of their beloved forest as the ice encroached upon it?
And were they as rabid in their beliefs that carbon dioxide & mankind (not necessarily in that order) were responsible?
They didn't have carbon dioxide OR lots of people, "over two thousand years" ago.
Maybe it was a naturally occurring cycle of nature, hmm? Then WHAT. IN. BLUE. BLAZES. are you brain-dead warmists slavering about?
Srsly, do 'climate change' people even have an active thought in their hive-mind?
* (OMG globular warmering or something!!!!ONE!!!ELEVENTY!!)