nope aracer still not getting your point - its hard to debate when i dont even know what your view is. Could you tell us please what it is ?
Interestingly, from the link you gave, "The world has warmed by three-quarters of a degree in the last century" - yet from the graph posted a way back there, the inter-glacial temperature variation is rather larger than that.
so you proved once more a fact not in dispute but I am still not sure why you keep doing this or its relevance. Well if natural change, that no one disputes, does not disprove that man is having an effect they what will
Seriously why are you doing this and what is your point?
It makes no sense to keep doing this
The graph shows it varied by and I quote "Approx 0-9.1.1 degree" in 8 thousands years and we did 0.75 in a century and you think this suggests it is still within the range of natural
it is perhaps 3 degrees of warming in 4 thousand years
Again why /what is your point?
We dont see changes,this rapid, naturally. this seems to be the point?
unless you actually state a position it seems pointless to just keep repeating it has varied before as no one disputes this and this fact does not mean AGW cannot occur.