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The difference in temperatures between ice age and non-ice age climate is less than 20 °C.

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A difference of 20 °C is a big, big temperature difference. It is true that there is
evidence for swings i temperature of this great an amount, but most models of ice ages
suggest that the difference is just a few degrees in the mid-latitudes and perhaps 8 to 10 °C
near the pole (see References 15).

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