10,000 Year 3.5C Variation

This chart just appeared recently and it by far represents the context of our current situation better than anything else I have seen before. So take a quick look at the little red line at the right hand side of the graph. This represents the warming that has occurred during the last 150 years.

Yet another perspective of the last 10,000 years. So many graphs we see these days just show the last 150 years, ie the rising red line on the right, as catastrophic. Yet when compared to the period representing the rise of civilisation, it doesn’t appear alarming at all.



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Sea Level

Tue Jan 12 , 2016
Sea levels have risen spectacularly since the end of the last glacial maximum, rising some 140 m in total. But in the last 8,000 years, sea levels have risen slowly and steadily. Actual measurements from tidal gauges in many places around the world averages 1.4-1.7 mm/yr , which equates to 6 inches […]