@WebHubTel - I worked with people with a PhD. in Geophysics, but they still thought in the box. So I can easily see someone not considering the full dynamics of the moon. Hopefully we can provide a more mature discussion because of our system's perspective.
Let me summarize my understanding of some important points.

1. tidal forces with the moon add to the heating of the climate.

2. tidal forces also induce volcanic action which needs to be factored in to climate change.

3. there are serious problems with not knowing the origin of the climate data set.

4. the dynamics of the moon need to taken into account to fully understand climate change and that this heating is notable when compared with anthropomorphic heating.

* downsizing human activity might not be enough to cool the planet.

* what can be done to manage the tidal impact?