Being that the Age of Industrialization started in, oh, say 1800s, ALL the years you mentioned were well AFTER industrialization started which is the main contributor of carbon to the atmosphere. SWIMMING And she lived happily ever after poster. Perhaps you can point us in the direction of detailed temperature records BEFORE the Age of Industrialisation to corroborate your statement above?
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Climate Change is real, exactly how much human activity has helped to accelerate it is up for debate. The UK basked in Mediterranean temperatures for ages during the Bronze age, so I guess Siberia basked in it’s own heatwave back then too! Hell when the Vikings discovered Greenland, they called it so because it was a more Green and pleasant land then, than it is now! Wow the planet had a bit of a freeze in the 1600’s with the commonly dubbed mini ice age, that suddenly set about Europe and probably elsewhere for years. The planet without our help can have sudden & dramatic swings in climate! SWIMMING And she lived happily ever after poster. Andy Hector it isn’t up for debate acc to almost every single climatologist of note – obfuscation on this issue remains unhelpful . Akin to suggesting the opinion of the flat earth society leaves the geometry of the planet open to debate. There’s no debate that human activity has immensely contributed to climate change. Increased emission of greenhouse gases is directly involved in this issue, and this increase is in turn directly related to industry. You may dismiss the facts all you want, and laugh about the issue all you want. It won’t make you right, boost the validity of your opinion or increase your self-worth.