Which as I said is to be expected. You are taking a global thing and blowing it out of proportion without looking at all the data. Taken over thousands of years, the rise is still not as much and is about as fast as we saw 1,000 years ago at the start of the Medieval Warm Period. And we have yet to even hit that amount. People are talking about the "unexpected rise", completely forgetting that at the time they are looking, we were still in the Little Ice Age. Which was the lowest amount of rise in over 2,000 years. You can spin this in any way you like, but it can not be denied that the "chicken littles" are taking the data entirely out of context when looking at the history of the climate on this planet. And for all the screams of "highest temperatures ever", we know that is wrong because almost 1,000 years ago it was hotter than it is now.