Antarctic Ice Core data inconsistencies

By: PhreddieStLouis , 9:44 PM GMT on April 28, 2014

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There are two very big discrepancies in the relationship of CO2 and temperature between the European Antarctic Ice Core and the weather records of the last 150 years.
1) The current temperature is the same as it was 2000 and 3000 years ago but the CO2 is 124 PPM higher.
2) For the 799,000 years prior to the industrial revolution, temperature rose one degree C for every 9 PPM CO2. In the last 150 years temperature has increased one degree C for every 116 PPM CO2. That's an order of magnitude change.

Can anybody explain these discrepancies to me? To me, the simplest explanation is that man made CO2 has had little or no affect on temperature.

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