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Starting with January, every month of the year 2010 has broken global heat records. So high where the summer temperatures in the southern hemisphere that the harsh winter storms in Europe and North America could not moderate the average temperature rise, see Earthweek. The most recent edition of Time Magazine filed the following report: “The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirmed what many might have suspected from their own recent experiences: this past June was the warmest on record. The combined global land and ocean temperature was 1.22 degrees Fahrenheit (0.68 Celsius) above the 20th-century average. According to NOAA’s National Climate Data Center, 2010 is well on its way to becoming the warmest year worldwide since 1880. The earliest date for which global data is available.”
If the Milankovitch cycle was weak the temperature wouldn't plummet and rise by 7 degrees every time the phenomenon occurs.
Given the fact that CO2 lags temperature by 800 years it cannot conceivably be a causative.
Feedback describes the situation when output from (or information about the result of) an event or phenomenon in the past will influence an occurrence or occurrences of the same (i.e. same defined) event / phenomenon (or the continuation / development of the original phenomenon) in the present or future.
You tried to claim the CRU destroyed all their raw data. I showed you this was completely untrue
not via some denier blog like you linked
You tried to claim UAH and RSS data shows a downward trend over the last ten years. I showed you how frivolous and completely wrong this assertion is simply by linking to the actual data. So then you tried to backpedal out of this rather embarassing corner by claiming it's true if you look from 2001-2009 - which is still not even the case, but regardless - this practice is called cherry picking, aka SPIN.
Furthermore a recent detailed study has in fact now revealed that if anything, there is a slight cooling bias.
For example the whole "solar activity was only reduced 4% so it's irrelevant" thing. Instead of just automatically swallowing this nonsense like you apparently did.
every one of your global warming scientists Lindzen, Spencer, Soon, Pat Michaels - they're all in there. I gave you these links which provide not only direct evidence through official documents.