Post by Bret Cahill Post by Catoni
The rate of temperature rise varies between warm periods.
When has global temp. gone up that fast before?
Poor hillbillies. They cant apparently count past 2 and you ast
such diffikult questuns. You have a degree in advansed torcha?
The Vostok ice core data indicates a typical "end of ice age" transition
occured between 130 and 140 kya.
Around 140 ka temp at Vostok was around -8.5C rel to 1950s temps.
Around 130 ka " " " 2.0C " " ".
I.e. over 10ky the temp increased 10.5C or 0.11 deg C/cent.
From other data we know Vostok is subject to extreme polar amplification
effects. It's very nr 90S and also 4 km above MSL.
The amp effect at Vostok is around 10X global avg temp changes.
IOW the fastest temp change we know about related to the end of major global
glaciation sees temp changes around .011 C/cent -- about 100x slower than
temp changes we've seen associated with fossil burning over the past 200 y.