The Husband found an article about how Jupiter's climate has been changing recently. There's NO WAY Al Gore and his minions can blame that on humans!
Climate Change on Jupiter
One of the problems with some science is that we believe that the relatively short time we have observed the planets and Sol (our sun) that we have seen all there is to be seen. I suspect that there are mega cycles to the Sun's activity which effect not only Earth but all the planets.
We have being watching Jupiter since Galileo and only have seen it up close since the 70's. There is more for us to learn before we make grand pronouncements about our or any planets climate.
It's human nature to assume all you know is all there is to know, or at least all that needs to be known.
The earth is a really complex system who's rules keep changing, and a lot of them are not at all understood. We know, for instance, that the current ice age/hot age cycle is only about 3 million years old, and we're pretty sure that's because of South America and North America whacking into each other.
As a result, the world appears to have two semi-stable climate states: Warmer-than-now and really-damn-cold. It's always transitioning between the two. What we don't at all understand is why these cycles appear to be of random lengths (Interglacial periods of as little as a thousand years, Ice Ages of as much as 35,000 years, etc). We don't know what causes 'em to flip flop. We don't know why the ice ages seem to be formed over North America rather than, say, the North Pole, and we don't know why, apparently, the Ice Ages have been getting longer and more severe over the last half-million years or so.
NONE of that can be our fault. Anyone who tells you differently is just ignorant.