My recent post on OLR is the hopefully the final preliminary post in preparation for a ~13-point rebuttal I plan to the AGW theory. Here's an outline of those points. I give a couple of links with each point to further explain.
It's interesting to see how far my thinking has evolved since my first attempt at a similar summary 7 years ago.
1) No temperature rise during time of highest CO2 rise also known as "the hiatus" in warming
2) Lower stratosphere is not cooling
4) No change/correlation in downward longwave radiation despite the rise of carbon dioxide
5) No reduction/correlation in outgoing longwave radiation at the top of atmosphere
6) 'Greenhouse dividend' not increasing as fast as Keeling curve
7) Little change in earth emission spectrum as shown in Brindley & Harries 2003
8) Weather is not worsening
9) Polar amplification only at one pole; Antarctica is cooling
10) Antarctica gaining mass. Snows more at poles with a bit of warming.
11) Sea level rise is not accelerating
12) Decline in 13C/12C ratio not keeping pace with fossil fuel combustion emissions
(Links: One, Two, Three)