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originally posted by: Phage
So, when CO2 causes temperatures to rise a bit, it means that water vapor content increases, which causes more warming. It's one of the feedback effects of CO2 warming, like albedo reduction in the Arctic.
I think the Earth's magnetic field effects the orientation of gas molecules(and probably water molecules) that causes strange electrochemical effects that we don't currently understand.
Is the Arctic not at the North Pole?
More correctly, the North Pole is in the Arctic.
But you mused about why the Arctic is experiencing a greater rate of warming than the rest of the planet. I provided an explanation. Perhaps you will reject it in favor of a more electric one.
I am seeing much greater variability over time with the 2018 plot
Don't blame your nonsense on me.
You may have just disproved Global Warming Theory, Phage! Congratulations!