Echos of the past?
Global warmists love to hang on desperately to ‘warmer than normal’ conditions in Siberia and Alaska to peddle their ideology. But note the coldest part of the northern hemisphere today: HUDSON BAY. This is the epicenter of all Ice Ages, I am thinking. All of Canada except for the West Coast was covered by mile thick ice every Ice Age and so is a hunk of the northern and especially Great Lakes regions of the US, too. Few ask, why were glaciers so powerful in Europe and North America but virtually none in Siberia and Alaska? That is the key to understanding the last 3 million years of our climate.
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