The current understanding of palaeo climate is fundamental for the current views on climate mechanism. One important part in that is using the stable isotope ratios, mainly of 18O and 2H or deuterium. We have registered those in the ice cores of Greenland and Artarctica as well as in the oceanic sediment cores and we think we have a valid palaeo thermometer. However, I think we have a good reason to start all over again about climate. I stumbled upon some overwhelming evidence that ice core isotopes tell a different story. Any climatologists, quartenary specialists, glaciologists (oceanologists) out there or anybody else of course interested in a discussion? Looking for peer reviewers.