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“Lesley VicatBromley, Kent• We shouldn't be surprised that ice-age inhabitants of a Somerset cave used skulls as drinking vessels Report, 17 February: it wasn't uncommon in Wales into recent times.”
“A new visitor's center at the site — displaying ice-age mammoth tusks and unused bombs dumped in the sea by World War II British planes returning from Germany — had been expected to draw 60,000 tourists this year.”
“Explanation of ice-age cycling: A David Archer cocktail.”
“Although our findings seemingly conflict with the eustatic sea-level curve of far-field sites, they corroborate an alternative view that MIS 5a was at least as ice-free as the present, and they challenge the prevailing view of MIS 5 sea-level history and certain facets of ice-age theory.”
“That we were Warming, but now not Warming, YET NOT COOLING AS FAST AS WE SHOULD BE (IF we are indeed in that supposed “ice-age return trend”) is proof that we are Warming.”
“The ice-age of no dialogue between minds, hearts and spirits has begun.”
“In northern California's Samwell Cave, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, researchers examined fossils and learned that populations of small mammals were severely depleted during Earth's last emergence from the ice-age world, the late Pleistocene epoch, about 12,000 years ago.”
“Researchers led by the Natural History Museum and British Museum in London began excavating sites near Happisburgh in 2001 as part of the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project and soon discovered tools from the stone age beneath ice-age deposits.”
“According to environmental scientists at the University of Pennsylvania, sea level along the Atlantic Coast is rising faster now than at any time in the past 4,000 years, largely due to land being lost under the waves due to post ice-age subsidence.”
“Even today, the raging spring rivers of the North Slope expose ice-age mammoth tusks long buried in gravel banks.”
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