With five thousand years worth of data, our little 19th & 20th century rise in temperature doesn't look like much at
all. It doesn't look like much compared to the Medieval Warm Period, and it certainly doesn't look like much compared
to earlier and even higher temperature spikes. Who was driving around in SUV's 3,300 years ago, when temperatures
really spiked? Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble? Graph 4 puts to rest the notion that warming is our problem.
Commentary & shading mine - data plotting courtesy of J. Storrs Hall.