You love to babble but you do not do your homework. You repeat what you think is consensus in the press but you should try figuring out the science yourself sometimes.
In this case you cite the evidence from the past and claim that it is applicable to current conditions? Yeah okay. Try to become current first next time. There is no parallel in the past that is applicable to current conditions. Even temperature changes of twenty years ago are not applicable. Conditions have dramatically changed, in fact these last ten years are unprecedented. The last twenty years should be evidence enough to give anyone pause but the last ten years (rarely cited in the Press, lrx...sorry) are way beyond normal. Try twice as much heating over the decade than ever before. Than even the decade preceding in fact.
I will not do your homework for you but I strongly suggest that you try to figure things out on your own because you need to do that! This article cites a new finding about oceanic sequestering. I cited the first step in that scientific process which was the findings on the ability of the Southern Oceans to continue to sequester CO2. They had reached the saturation point. This was so critical a discovery that it prompted a similar series of studies to be done in the northern oceans which I assume have been completed (sufficiently enough) to announce the findings of those reports. It also created a need to study gaseous exchange at the surface and it's transportation (or blockage) into deep water strata.
My projection is based on both oceanic studies and basic physics of CO2 saturation/thermohaline strata.
Things are changing fast lrx. To keep up you have to do the research on scientific sites rather than just repeating back press releases. Nevertheless, I was stating my opinion as I cannot predict the future any better than someone else. Just the same, I reiterate - it will always be getting hotter from now on. This last decade shows a dire consistency that has overcome former variables to maintain a very regular ascent in temps. While there are always volcanic eruptions to cool a year or two, some common sense is needed to account for these anomalies in the yearly data.
Heat baby! Heat! It will always be getting hotter. Sequestering saturation does that.
If the world is lucky in a couple of years or so, Trump's retro oldies but goodies affection for dirty fossil fuels will cease and the world will rapidly begin the joyous transformation to clean and cheap solar and wind energy production. It will be a wonderous time of much needed optimism for our world. It will be a time where the world acts together in concert to affirm life over profits. The curiously ironic thing is that the change over to solar and wind will actually be a tremendous economic stimulus across the planet increasing profits!
Somebody should tell Trump but we'd make more profit from going to solar and wind than by holding back progress and artificially supporting fossil fuel use.