Written By; Gary Wonning
I recently read an interesting article stating because of the effects of global warming and the melting of the Arctic glaciers, many artifacts from ancient times were being found in such places as Norway, Austria, Northern Italy and Alaska.
It went on to state a pre-Viking woolen tunic had been discovered near a thawing glacier in Norway. The clothing would fit someone about 5’9” tall and was found 6,560 feet above sea level on what may have been a Roman-era trade route . According to the carbon dating done on the subject, it would have been made about 300 AD.
If the earth was always cooler than it is today, how did this get here?
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