I'm afraid you're making up the details after the sun, FF.<quoted text>
Climate is a multilayered process. Starts with the sun, the oceans are next, then the atmosphere. You need to understand each of the functions, how each function operates and how each function relates to all other functions.
Where are your peer review studies showing that FF. You are making up the "mysterious part" again.<quoted text>
Solar activity is more than spots, TSI. Solar activity impacts climate by the size of the heliosphere. It also impacts the strength of our magnetic field. Neither of these is going to correlate with temperatues both have an impact on climate. There are many other aspects of solar activity that impact climate on earth. You will need to discover those and understand what they do.
They were talking about clouds, FF. Sure clouds can affect local climate.<quoted text>
The oceans make our climate not our heat. I thought the NASA piece was easy to understand but if not, you'll just have to do the work it takes to obtain an understanding of how the oceans make climate.
I post from NASA sites all the time.
If you weren't such a cherrypicker, you wouldn't take a vague statement, then ignore all their detail statements.
Again, you NEED that vagueness to make it up FF.<quoted text>
Measured temperatures are the very last thing that happens in the climate process.
What you mean, is you recognized I was going to buy your mysticism, FF.<quoted text>
It's been fun, but your fabrication made you unreliable, not going to chase the stuff you make up. Adios.
Yeah, I wanted to give you the benefit of the doubt to check your side out. That part was fun.