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Good summary. The category of "Orbital Wobbles" will subsume the "Short-Term Climate Fluctuations" as we find out that all the

short-termclimate fluctuations are in fact due toshort-termorbital wobbles caused by tidal forcing, i.e. the ENSO tidal model. Further, as you can see, the summary also clearly misses the rather obvious daily and annual cycles which also fall in to the category of "orbital wobbles"Everything important (short of GHGs and massive volcanic events) may in fact be due to orbital wobbles.

`Good summary. The category of "Orbital Wobbles" will subsume the "Short-Term Climate Fluctuations" as we find out that all the *short-term* climate fluctuations are in fact due to *short-term* orbital wobbles caused by tidal forcing, i.e. the ENSO tidal model. Further, as you can see, the summary also clearly misses the rather obvious daily and annual cycles which also fall in to the category of "orbital wobbles" Everything important (short of GHGs and massive volcanic events) may in fact be due to orbital wobbles.`