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It seems obvious that the energy transfers possible by such magnetic 'tunneling' should contribute, but to make it correlate to this warming we will need to find evidence for it having either increased in magnitude, or coming much more often.
1a. Assuming that we're talking a energy transfer here, that builds up heat, directly or indirectly? How much would be needed for making a discernible impact on the gas layer surrounding Earth, (1b) also put in perspective relative the absolute output of solar radiation we receive from the sun every year?
"Since 2000, water vapor in the stratosphere decreased by about 10 percent...
So the Ozone might be stronger driver than the IPCC considers. Not that it surprise me, they seem to be very wary of stepping out of 'bounds' extrapolating. In this case I don't know if that's the best approach, to me it's a little like not wanting to see, hoping it to go away if one just ignore it.