Tropical Atlantic subsurface temperature was 7°C warmer than today ~15,000 years ago

I am now confused… Earth is warming or cooling?

According to a new study, the tropical Atlantic subsurface temperature was 7°C warmer than today during the Younger Dryas/Bølling-Allerød (~15,000-11,500 years ago), when CO2 concentrations hovered around 210-220 ppm. Picture via AGU Pubs

Here the tweet presenting the new and astonishing paper results:

Well I thought Earth was warming up… What’s up with that climate scientists?

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