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Being I am a rebel without a scientific clue, I have "cherry picked" my base line as the AQUA quality era from 2002 to 2010. Quality because the Sea Surface channel took a dump about 2010. My hypothesis is that the Glacial cycles are primarily influenced by Wobble. I was told by the real scientific types I needed a theory, so that is my theory, though it does tend to blend a number of other theories. So it is not really all that original. Possibly the only original part is my estimate of the range of bi-stability. I haven't figured out how to make a convincing argument yet, but there appears to be an approximately 2C separation between the low normal and high normal bi-stable SST set points controlled by the fresh water and salt water freezing points. Based on Tierney et al. TEX86 Lake Tanganyika temperature reconstructions and the apparent peak-peak values of Neukum et al. Southern South American temperature reconstructions, the 2002 to 2010 base line appears to be close to the high normal.
Since it is likely that a good deal of the depression below the high normal set point would be natural, CO2 forcing would be most discernible at the upper or lower bi-stable set points. Pretty much explains why Dr. Vaughan Pratt notices a 14.5 year lag in the CO2 forcing that only is apparent in the past 30 years.
Of course, being scientifically clueless, there is a fairly high probability that I am wrong. After all, I am just a guy that has experience measuring temperatures and thermal capacities while adjusting control systems in non-linear systems with regions of instability. It is not like I was silly enough to design them.
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