Another short one…
Last week my wife and I spent a few days in Berlin, and we visited the German Historical Museum.
Part of Germany’s very early history involves the Roman Empire, which never succeeded in taming the unruly tribes east of the Rhine.
Climate change during the Roman Empire days, when CO2 was below 300 ppm.
One of the exhibits there was accompanied by a piece of interesting text, which I photographed (without a flash), see above. The Roman empire collapsed in part due to climate change back then.
I thought the climate was gentle when atmospheric CO2 concentration was below 300 ppm – steady, unvariable and associated with few weather extremes. That’s what fraudster warmist climatologists tried to have us believe with an assortment a various hockey stick charts.
Someone needs to tell the German Historical Museum that.