Ummm. Do you by chance read any climate sites, perhaps an IPCC report or two? It wouldn't seem so. The observations indicating low climate sensitivity, which the IPCC had to acknowledge and cite, are numerous and varied. One obvious one is that the thermometers have gotten very stubborn since 1998 they've refused to go up in response to the higher and higher CO2 levels. If sensitivity were high, this would not have happened. Another indicator is measurements of cloud feedbacks in the tropics, which were strongly negative, indicating an overall negative feedback on temperatures. A high sensitivity requires a very strong positive feedback, because the effect of CO2 alone is quite weak. Here are some tidbits for you: Equilibrium climate sensitivity is likely in the range 1.5°C to 4.5°C (high confidence), extremely unlikely less than 1°C (high confidence), and very unlikely greater than 6°C (medium confidence) -- IPCC AR5 1C is about what CO2 does without any amplification, so less than 1C isn't all that likely. Also note that AR4 had said that an ECS of 1.5 wasn't likely, but since then they've lowered their estimates because observational data didn't support the old ones. Also note that in the AR5 Working Group 1 report, 11 out of 19 observational studies of ECS go below 1.5 degrees C. Since you obviously don't listen to the scientists, here are some other nice bits: Regarding the pause: The rate of warming over the past 15 years (1998–2012) [is] 0.05 [–0.05 to +0.15] °C per decade)which is smaller than the rate calculated since 1951 (1951–2012) [of] 0.12 [0.08 to 0.14] °C per decade. --- IPCC AR5. the hiatus is attributable, in roughly equal measure, to a decline in the rate of increase in effective radiative forcing (ERF) and a cooling contribution from internal variability (expert judgment, medium confidence). The decline in the rate of increase in ERF is primarily attributed to natural (solar and volcanic) forcing but there is low confidence in quantifying the role of forcing trend in causing the hiatus, because of uncertainty in the magnitude of the volcanic forcing trend and low confidence in the aerosol forcing trend. -- IPCC AR5 Meanwhile, in an interview on NPR earlier today, warmist cult leader Michael Mann (of Hockey Stick fame) said that if the Keystone Pipeline gets built, life on Earth will certainly become extinct, and that our chance to stop this imminent catastrophe is very narrow. That's your cult leader. Perhaps he'll convince you to self-castrate and signal for rescue from an alien spaceship that's hiding behind a nearby comet. Remember, it's science!