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September 3, 2012 - Harry Eagar
I note that that ineffable mythologizer Michael Mann is yammering on about melting ice in the Arctic, as if that never happened before.
A Discover magazine piece by geologist David Montgomery claims that the world's deepest canyon was carved by the outrush of a glacial lake in Tibet when the glacier melted.
And when did this happen? Oh, 1,200 years ago (dated by leftover wood), or just about the time Mann claims it was not warm.
Hat tip: Little Green Footballs, a fervently pro-warmist site that apparently failed to understand what Montgomery was saying.
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