Not so Professor, here’s what your university press release said: “Scientists use rare mineral to correlate past climate events in Europe, Antarctica
The scientists were particularly interested in crystals found in layers deposited during the “Little Ice Age,” approximately 300 to 500 years ago, and during the “Medieval Warm Period,” approximately 500 to 1,000 years ago. Both climate events have been documented in Northern Europe, but studies have been inconclusive as to whether the conditions in Northern Europe extended to Antarctica.
… They compared the results with climate conditions established in Northern Europe across a 2,000-year time frame. They found a direct correlation between the rise and fall of oxygen 18 in the crystals and the documented warming and cooling periods.
“We showed that the Northern European climate events influenced climate conditions in Antarctica,” Lu says.“
A media release we didn’t cherry pick but reproduced verbatim.
Just in case it disappears down the “memory hole” here’s a pdf print:
We are sorry Professor, if you are getting grief from the warmist fraternity over your research but we didn’t say anything your university’s press release did not. Are you now saying the Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age are not detectible in your Antarctic results? Do you seek to retract your research after all?