Musings and bookmarks about Stonehenge and related stuff.
Monday, 5 March 2012
Stonehenge And The Climatic Optimum
The period of construction of Stonehenge starting at 5000 years ago coincides with a period of the Holocene Climatic Optimum where the temperature was as warm or warmer than today, allowing crops and animals to flourish and prosperity to ensue.
So global warming is a good thing then ... it permits the construction of more tourist attractions?ReplyDelete
True, but warmer fays and colder nights from memory.ReplyDelete