Do ice-core bubbles indicate man-made global warming during Roman times?
In 104 B.C., historical records indicate that the Vulsini Volcano erupted 52 miles North-Northwest of Rome.
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#1 Oct 8, 2012
Hey, burning forests was the weapon of mass destruction of the ancient greeks and romans. They did it often and punished others severely by burning their forests and thus the wild animals in one scoop. They cleared trees off mountains and hills cruelly.
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