Does the data support anthropogenic global warming theory?

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Does the data support anthropogenic global warming theory?

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According to HadCRU global temperature warming per decade has been .12C with uncertainty intervals of .13C (since 1995) (using Santer17 formula) which given my thoughts of an upward heating bias due to data handling and urban heat island effect still indicates that since 1995 – there has been no statistically significant warming. Other data metrics, such as UAH and RSS show cooling trends from 2001-2008 which invalidate the IPCC’s 2C/century claim within 95% confidence intervals http://rankexploits.com/musings/2008…till-rejected/ Obviously this cooling trend is too short a time period to adequately correct for possible noise, but I do believe that since the PDO shifted to “cool” this year temperatures will decline immensely, recently a strong negative SOI came up almost erupting into a new La Nina, I do say if global warming is suppose to be occurring from all this build up of CO2 and other related GHG’s, it sure is well hidden.

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