Of course the climate was hotter. It would have had to be to induce any normally intelligent Roman to come exploring or warfaring in the god forsaken English climate.
14 posts • joined 11 Jul 2011
"You would create a similar "hazard" by throwing a few thousand completely legal luminous watches into the sea there..."
And where would I obtain them? Only a piddling little manky Minger outfit like The Register set somewhere in the shithole which is SE England would come up with a stupid remark like that.
"...the civilisation that came a thousand years after them... " Everything you write is true except no one comes after them. No one will come after us. The probability of advanced civilisation is too infinitely small. Even the lifespan of humanoid activity on Earth is but a blink in cosmic time and unlikely to progress much further due to wars, the lemming urge or an "unknown unknown" to coin a phrase.
This article tries to trivialise an important piece of research and attempts to knock the Scots by means of an insulting headline knowing full well that it would bring out the English knuckle draggers to make anti-Scots comments. Why not the mingers from Imperial College since some of them were involved?
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