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The tilt is not the real reason for the perpetually warm, humid weather in the tropics. If the Earth tilted 90 degrees, the entire planet wouldn't become super hot and "tropical", seasons would just vary a lot more. See Uranus, which is tilted about 98 degrees, and so the entire planet has a season of full sunlight and a season of full shade. ...


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The Urban heat island effect offset's reliable temp data. Fact is, decades of computer models predicted temperature gains that never happened. If you want an extrapolation of overall temp in relation to CO2 outputs here ya go (Below) Vs. model predictions. Note the Temperature curve failed to Obey the CO2 curve. It's not to say CO2 doesn't have SOME factor ...


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I think Camilo Rada's answer is the one to follow if you want to do anything serious with the data. However, to answer the question a bit more directly, if you want to use actual equations then an alternative that should work just fine if you are looking at just the Holocene (maybe all of the Quaternary?) is to use the original tables from André Berger https:...


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