|Ed Gooding (VA) ||
Posted 11-27-2017 at 17:42:15 [URL] [DELETE]
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This is Real Climate Change
Researchers originally thought the forest grew at the end of the Pleistocene epoch and the last ice age some 12,000 years ago. Instead, subsequent testing showed that the forest was an astonishing 60,000 years old, during a cycle of advancing and retreating ice sheets in the Great Ice Age that covered all of what is now Canada and into the northern third of the U.S. So much water on earth was captured in the frozen glacial ice that sea levels were over 400 feet lower than today’s level, and the earth was 12 degrees cooler than today.