It's the end of the day, Thursday 26th June 2014, and I haven't seen or heard any mention of an important announcement by the people who should know everything about climate change - NASA. The article appeared in AmericaSpace.
A study conducted by several universities and NASA have concluded that Antarctica's climate was once warm enough to sustain vegetation and even trees - in fact it was up to 20 degrees warmer than present day.
Core samples taken from beneath the Ross Ice Shelf reveal that 15-20 million years ago, before humans walked the earth, the temperature in the Antarctic was up to 45 degrees Fahrenheit.
I wonder if Al Gore has seen the article yet.