i have had an idea since i learned about interglacials at school that there was something funny about this one. the strangely flat top, where all the previous ones peak sharply then sawtooth down back into the next glacial period.
reading some anthropological workgave me an idea of the vast scale of deforestation by mesolithic peoples onwards.
'the bog people' for starters, the amount of wood that went into the early lake settlements, and the trackways, was staggering, and that was a fraction of what was burned and cleared in europe post 10000 BC.
recently i found this is a genuine scientific theory, the early anthropocene hypothesis.
(is it ok to use wiki on here?)
this morning i found this latest article on it;
Did Early Global Warming Divert A New Glacial Age?