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Temperatures in Antarctica during warm periods between ice ages soared to up to 6C warmer than the present day, a study has shown.
Until now temperatures during the warm periods between ice ages - known as interglacials - were thought to be only slightly warmer than those of the present day, British Antarctic Survey (BAS) scientists explained. But the findings, published this week in journal Nature, show brief spikes in temperature, which recur roughly every 100,000 years and last a few thousand years, seem to have been a lot warmer.
Originally posted by conspiracyrus
good find. I like it when al gore looks like a loser. He claims he was "a huge contributor" to the internet and furthermore he "discovered climate change"... attention grabber? most likely