Wobbles Cause Climate ChangeAugust 15, 2009 By jennifer Regular wobbles in the earth’s tilt were responsible for the global warming episodes that interspersed prehistoric ice ages, according to new evidence. Read more here.
Jennifer once again does not understand the science, although the journalist writing the article doesn’t seem to understand it either. As best as I can tell from the story, the research was investigating why the last ice age ended. They were able to directly attribute it to the Milankovich cycles. The research into Milankovich cycles has been going on for about a century, although it was only in the past 30 years that it was studied in depth. The actual story appears to be the research could attribute the end of the ice age to the Milankovich cycles.
Perhaps Jennifer is just trying to make it appear that climate research is in it’s infancy and we don’t really understand it, therefore AGW is wrong?