I feel you should have mention the total solar irradiance.
I probably should. The total solar irradiance has been decreasing for several decades, so you can't blame any heating of any planet as being caused by an increase in solar activity. Thanks for bring that up.
Why are you bothering with more submissions? I've already won. Unless maybe you want to give every right answer ten thousand?
The right answer based on feelings? No thats not how the real world works, you dont pass a science test just because you feel every answer is A.
'The right answer based on feelings?'Well, that's what Chris Keating seems to think. Have a look the the AMO post.
Please do. Be sure to read Rum Runners comments:http://dialoguesonglobalwarming.blogspot.com/2014/06/10000-challenge-submission-amo.html
Starting from a small scale ... In cities, the temperature is higher than the temperature in the same climate. The world's largest metropolises can be up to 10-15 degrees Celsius warmer than the adjoining rural areas. The hottest point of the town is usually the center, dominated by compact construction, and green areas are kept to a minimum.Temperature in Wroclaw (May 2001) http://static.twojapogoda.pl/2013/06/wroclaw-620x436.jpgAgglomeration is affected by a change in temperature - the basic component of the climate. Thus, man is the cause of local climate change. The more local changes to the greater their influence on the global change. The human impact on the climate is obvious, its scale is debatable, but you can not deny it!