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Vere Gordon Childe (14 April 1892 – 19 October 1957), better known as V.

You’d think that we’d be breaking all kinds of heat records in “the hottest year ever” 4.

Oceans Are Rising Much Less Than Predicted Al Gore predicted that oceans would rise 20 feet by 2100, it looks like were on track for about a foot.

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Emigrating to London in 1921, he became librarian of the Royal Anthropological Institute and continued his research into European prehistory through various journeys across the continent, publishing his findings in academic papers and books.

Many tide gauges show no rise in sea level, and almost none show any acceleration over the past 20 years. Polar Bears Are Thriving You’d think that Polar Bears would really be in trouble in 2014 “the hottest year ever” but they are thriving. Moose Are Making A Comeback A few years ago the moose population in Minnesota dropped rapidly and they immediately blamed global warming, then they did a study and found out it was actually wolves that were killing the moose.

By Elmer Beauregard The Senate voted this week on whether Climate Change is real or a hoax, I think it’s a hoax and here’s why.

I’m sure you’ve heard in the news that 2014 was supposed to be the hottest year ever.

Born in Sydney, New South Wales to a middle-class family of English descent, Childe studied Classics at the University of Sydney before moving to England to study Classical archaeology at the University of Oxford.

Here, he embraced the socialist movement and campaigned against the First World War, viewing it as a conflict waged by competing imperialists to the detriment of Europe's working class.

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