However, I don't think you meant to imply otherwise.... probably referring to increasing heat capacity of the atmosphere?
I imply nothing. I just read the 16 abstracts of the scientific papers from the astrophysicists that concluded "that while the sun contributed to warming in the early 20th Century, it has had little contribution (most likely negative) in the last few decades".
As I said, if you want to conclude otherwise take up your argument with them not me.
So, the sun gets hotter going into the seventies, and you posted the information saying so, the arctic melts off a bit, this melting accelerates itself by warming the area with water coverage as opposed to ice,
You're postulating a runaway positive feedback effect that no one else on the planet has mentioned? Why don't you publish, I'm sure a nobel prize is in your future.
Did you notice that those studies are all in disagreement with each other?
No they all seem to be in basic agreement. They all don't come to the exact same conclusion but even the most beneficial to your argument still claims the sun has contributed no more than 1/3rd of all possible warming since 1970 (which goes back 40 not 30 years) and most conclude that if anything the sun has had a slight cooling effect over the last 30 years.
Yes, I do think I'm smarter than the climatologists,
And apparently the astrophysicists as well.
I will agree that you *think* you're smarter than the climatologists and the astrophysicists and anyone in any other scientific field that disagrees with you in any way.
However, to me and anyone else reading this thread all you are is someone arguing on the internet.
As far as your boredom and your tremendously insightful questions, why don't you go over to Real Climate and ask them. Both Michael Mann and Gavin Schmidt are there ready and waiting to answer *your* questions.