What I have proven is that it’s a realistic possibility and as I’ve said all along we can’t know what we don’t know yet.
You didn’t know anything about the rogue planet or the 12 new moons of Jupiter that have recently been discovered much less Valetudo who’s orbit proves it is of extra solar origin or the recently discovered rogue planet that is 12x the size of Jupiter which is roaming in our vicinity.
All I ever said is that it’s a possibility and the evidence shows that to absolutely be true.
It’s speculative science. It may prove out eventually. Meanwhile, you reject massively supported science, because ideology. My point is that: you’ve proved only that your adherence to evidence-based science is dependent on whether it agrees with your ideology and religious beliefs.
The accuracy of the reconstructions is far below the level of the supposed acceleraton of heating we’ve seen since industrialization so there’s certainly no reason to panic over a 1.7c “increase” over the last 140 years.
We only have accurate data from the last 40 years so that’s the only period during which we can definitively say how much warming occurred in.
There is no evidence to dismiss it either. What sort of evidence would you expect to exist from the gravity of a large object that came near but did not impact Earth? You are essentially saying that because they left no mark they must have never existed.
They also do not have to have a substantial gravitational effect to have a profound effvect on the climate over the long term. Even a slight shift in orbit, rotational velocity or axial tilt would change the climate. And if it were a particularly massive body and passed near enough, the tidal force could have been sufficient to set off the breakup of Pangea and subsequent continental drift.