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OTOH, if you really want to go back in time and look at things, I find the peak acceleration occurred in Dec 1992. What ever was pushing seems to have begun scaling back at that time. I am very curious to know what that was.

Here is a graph of a reconstruction of the North Atlantic Oscillation for the last 140 years.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Winter-NAO-Index.svg
It reached an all-time high in the early 1990s. Assuming it reflects unforced changes in the global climate, superimpose it on a general warming trend and you also get the post-WW2 cooling and the accelerated warming in the first part of the 20th century.

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