Once again I'm this dude:>>9828179
Just gonna find sources through google and give you the deets.
He said he paraphrased the quote. "express the meaning of (the writer or speaker or something written or spoken) using different words". Easy mistake to not know the meaning for a non-english speaker.
Looking through the 2013 IPCC You can see they mention the rise for the naughts through 10 as 43ppm of CO2 in Chapter 6. His units mentioned forgot to include across the decade.
(with a usual average increase of 0.08C since the 1800s, and 0.16C from the early 70s).
Celcius units should have per decade after them. NOAA.
Just google temperature changes since the early 70s. Thats what they use.
Mixed up his eccentricity cycles but axial tilt does make a difference in seasonal warming either way and we are in a high degree which would contribute to warmer winters and cooler summers. Which would correspond with melting ice and CO2 release.
Just google Milanko cycles.
The Glacial after high CO2 cycles comes up with (abstract)https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12637743
A cowriter is a French dude who works for a climate and environmental lab that words with two French universities and Simon Laplace Institute so seems pretty legit to me.
Also, I'm not lying. If you're going to take things extremely literally one second and pretend to not understand the english language the next you better not be a native english speaker or legitimately brain damaged.
60s to 90s-
Mann et. al. from 1999 does say the 90's were the warmest period in the last millenium, maybe you're right. But then you have to contend with Petit et al from 1999 that based their findings off the east antartican vostok ice core (apparently way more legit than tree rings) that shows it's cooler than the last four interglacial average and that CO2 is relatively the same.
Out of space to go into the low proxies and stuff but hopefully you aren't brain damaged and just don't speak English.