LonePine Wrote:
Feb 06, 2013 3:46 PM
Some interesting data (well, I thought so) from a team investigating core samples from a lake in Siberia that is considered to have the oldest sedimentary deposits in the world. Seems it indicates that both poles were pretty much ice-free a bit over a million years ago. Haven't we learned not to cause climate change since then ? I mean, . . .ummm, wait a minute, I have to check something. I'll get back to ya'.