Ice ages and rapidly changing earth temperature.

Sep 2019
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The AGW hysteria crowd is constantly pointing at what they consider to be scary fast temperature changes and shrinking glaciers. Truth is nothing could be more "normal" which seems to be a word the cult loves to bandy about. We technically are currently in an ice age and it's possible we are coming out of it which is also "normal".
Truth is we are currently in a period of "unusually stable temperatures". Relax, the sky is not falling.:)

"On a shorter time scale, global temperatures fluctuate often and rapidly. Various records reveal numerous large, widespread, abrupt climate changes over the past 100,000 years. One of the more recent intriguing findings is the remarkable speed of these changes. Within the incredibly short time span (by geologic standards) of only a few decades or even a few years, global temperatures have fluctuated by as much as 15°F (8°C) or more. For example, as Earth was emerging out of the last glacial cycle, the warming trend was interrupted 12,800 years ago when temperatures dropped dramatically in only several decades. A mere 1,300 years later, temperatures locally spiked as much as 20°F (11°C) within just several years. Sudden changes like this occurred at least 24 times during the past 100,000 years. In a relative sense, we are in a time of unusually stable temperatures today—how long will it last?