Histograms of Temperature data from Antarctic ice cores and Greenland ice cores for the past ten thousand years and modern instrumented records over the past 130 years, all fall in the same range and all are representative of well bounded data that is not about to suddenly go unstable. None of the data exceeds plus or minus two degrees from the modern normal. Most of the data does not exceed plus or minus one degree from the modern normal. Most of the data is closer to the center and not the edges. This is normal, well bounded, data.