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Back in the late 1950s Creamies was asked by a grade school principal to make a frozen treat with milk instead of sugar water.

It appears that this was influenced by the residual glacial ice remaining in the Northern Hemisphere until the later date.

The Holocene climatic optimum (HCO) was a period of warming in which the global climate became warmer.

Post-glacial rebound in the Scandinavia region resulted in the formation of the Baltic Sea.

The region continues to rise, still causing weak earthquakes across Northern Europe.

Human impacts on modern-era Earth and its ecosystems may be considered of global significance for future evolution of living species, including approximately synchronous lithospheric evidence, or more recently atmospheric evidence of human impacts.

Given these, a new term, Anthropocene, is specifically proposed and used informally only for the very latest part of modern history involving significant human impact.

There are many regional subdivisions for the Upper or Late Pleistocene; usually these represent locally recognized cold (glacial) and warm (interglacial) periods.

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