I have been following the SCIENTIFIC literature on this for over 25 years. I don’t know where you got the misinformation you seem to believe, but it is simply not true.
So you assume that because I do not agree with you then I must not have been doing the same study? How typically Liberal of you to make such an incorrect assumption.
I have been following scientific research fo-r more than 25 years but unlike yourself, I look at “ALL” of it, not just the things that reinforce a preconceived idea for purely political reasons.
What I am saying is true, I really do not care if your political loyalties will not allow you to see that.
Dallas, I have a copy of the original study, and I saw the way the radical heads exploded and how they pressured him to try and walk back the results of his research because they knew what harm it caused.
Did you actually read his reply though? He never backed down on his assertion that the Middle ages warming was not felt globally, his data proves it was in fact felt in Antarctica, this is fact so how do you try to ignore this?
Do you know what he said when he released his original report? Here is a direct quote from him:
“We showed that the Northern European climate events influenced climate conditions in Antarctica,” ~ prof Zunli Lu
And in the actual report from the study:
This ikaite record qualitatively supports that both the Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age extended to the Antarctic Peninsula.
So while prof Zunli Lu does say that his study does not represent every area of the planet, he does prove that the middle ages warming and the little ice age was in fact felt all the way to Antarctica. so no, those were not local events, they were felt globally.
This is fact Dallas, and the only possible reason you would be refusing to even admit this small fact must be political.