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Quote:The astronomical decision to end the Holocene has already been taken, as there is a lag of ~6,500 years between cause and effect in Milankovitch forcing. The planet committed to a new glaciation when the summer energy at 70°N with a threshold of 250 W/m2 went below 4.96 GJ/m2. This line was crossed 1,500 years ago, and there is no going back. See:

Particularly figure 139.

The long interglacial hypothesis is wrong in several of its assumptions and should be rejected.

The faith in CO2 will not keep the ice from coming. Although glacial inception is still 1,000-4,000 years away, there will be serious cooling in the coming centuries and the precautionary principle requires we start preparing for what would be the worst catastrophe ever for humankind.

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