posted on Dec, 14 2013 @ 03:01 PM
I already knew about the MWP, but I wasn't aware it was warmer during the Roman Empire period too.
Thinking about it, there are clues if you look for them.
I was astonished when I discovered that ancient Britons used to fight naked.
If that were to happen now, they'd die of exposure long before the enemy got to them...
Yes because they wore nothing 24/7, their fights took days to complete, they fought their enemies every day of every month of every year, and never
bothered to put on some cloths if the weather by some rare event turned bad... come now, use some brain power, they used to fight their battles naked,
but now think just how often that happened and how long such an event actually lasted, so really fighting naked means nothing... not like they left
the village naked, trod 3 days to the enemy then lay siege to the enemys holdings.
What I just dont understand is, even if GW is a natural cycle, so many people here seem to think or act likes its an excuse to keep on doing what we
do rather than make ethical and efficient changes to our production systems... oh but they are taxing us because of this! god smite those
gubbermenters and liberals and republicans and greenies!... but isnt taxing or finding new taxes what these institutions always do, if it wasnt GW
related it would be some other thing.
What if we are on the verge of one of these rises, or currently in the middle of one, thing is what on earth is our far far far higher level of global
pollution and emissions (compared to the Romans and the rest of the world at that time, higher than any time during mans past) going to do when added
to the peak of one of these rises?.. isnt that a concern, regardless if its natural or man made? We WILL have an added effect to this, and it wont be
good. We have to act now, regardless of what some people are going to take advantage of in the mean time... but no, people are more interested in
political attacks and taxes.
Natural systems can repair themselves easily, but alot of them also have a very thin margin or tipping point, go even a sliver over that and it
collapses completely and cant fully repair itself back to what it used to be. Nature, like every rubber band has a snapping point, thing is we havent
a clue how far we can pull it, and personally pulling the band to its fullest is pretty disgusting for us as a species... I personally want to live in
a world where we didnt live in a polluted mess, even if we didnt have a chance to send the world into an ecological apocalypse.
14-12-2013 by BigfootNZ because: (no reason given)