Even Anthony Watts is saying this:
Temperature Rise is (Global Warming Signal)+(Natural Variability)+(Statistical Noise). That is not too hard to understand. Foster and Rahmsdorff(2010) adjusted for the natural variability since 1979 and got this:
So, again, and boringly again, of course not everything is tied to CO2 concentration, but the main secular trend of global warming is. Sometimes the warming trends acts with natural variability and sometimes against.
A linear trend is not accelerating, but it might do so if the underlying physical process causes it. What you are saying is that you dispute everything, in spite of the evidence to the contrary. And you call yourself a "sceptic".I dont dispute that there was a period of global temperature increase between the 80's and early 2000's. What I dispute are claims that it is accelerating, that it will continue with the same trend from years to come, that it will be 4 deg C in 100 years when the data extrapolation shows 1.4 deg c, or that it is the hottest it has been in 125,000, etc. I even dispute that it is a bad thing, as I see benefits from warming, overwhelmingly better than if we would get cooling instead as cooling would lead to famine, war, deaths, etc.
To give you your due, at least you struggle with the science (as a lot of us do), not like your egregious compatriots on the thread.