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Monday, August 25, 2008

Global warming and more archaeology in the Alps

It seems that Ötzi has not beend the only archaeological finding of relevance these last years in the Alps. Much more stuff is appearing as the Alpine glaciers, specifically the Schnidejoch, melt down. The stuff recovered ranges from 4500 BCE to the Roman period, from shoes and bow quivers to imperial coins.

The very fact of these findings confirms that the Alpine glaciers have not been so low in the last 6500 years, supporting the painful conclussion that man-made global warming is way too real.

Shoe reconstructions, nearly identical to Basque

Sourc: BBC: Alpine melt reveals ancient life.

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