Yeah, don't listen to thousands of independant climate "Scientists" & pay no mind to the scientific concensus that has solidly supported AGW for a decade now, just look at the data from a couple weather stations & base your beliefs on that. BTW one big problem with water vapor as a greenhouse gas is that it causes a positive feedback loop that amplifies any warming from increased CO ². Higher global temps mean more water vapor in the atmosphere which causes further warming. As for methane? More bad news there as there are massive reserves of methane essentially sequestered in deep polar sea-water and permafrost. Warming (which is most dramatic at the poles) can/will/already is starting to release these reserves by melting the permafrost and warming & mixing the water. If that happens on a large scale it'll cause massive positive feedback & lead to runaway greenhouse warming that would be catastophic for humanity. Reading about the scientific method doesn't make anyone a scientist.