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Re: Abandoned Village of Hampton-on-Sea, Herne Bay
« Reply #2 on: June 18, 2011, 14:03:33 »
There is evidence that the Romans grew Vines and produced wine up on Hadrians wall. That means, and there is dendro-chronological evidence to support this, that the planet cooled drasticaly when the Romans left in 400'ish AD. The planet is still warming up from that cooling. If the emissions were that bad in the 19th and 20th century why were the winters longer and colder? Up until about 1960 90% of everything was pulled by coal, the great polluter (so we are lead to believe), but it is only now that we are supposed to worry? This will most like be deleted sorry to rant but global warming is just scare mongering by pollitical powers who want us in their thrall and power. Sorry to go off track Kyn but I am sick of this blame it on the IC engine culture the planet is mobile, it gives and takes unto its own wants and needs. We cannot influence it that much. Pollution now is less than 30yrs ago. The old girl is just doing her thing and we have to evolve to meet her needs. Sentinel S4.
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Abandoned Village of Hampton-on-Sea, Herne Bay
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2010, 19:00:34 »
Interesting article on the Beeb site of abandoned villages:

It talks about the well known abandoned village of Imber but the map also shows Hampton-on-Sea near Herne Bay as being abandoned.

Here are a few links about the place:


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