Of course, climate change is not just the result of changes in greenhouse gasses. Climate is affected by solar cycles, by El-Nino events, by volcanic eruptions and by many other effects. KISS includes these by simply assuming that they lead to to random year-to-year fluctuations in global mean temperature. The model therefore produces a range of possible temperatures in which the minimum predicted temperature in a given year differs from the maximum predicted temperature by the interannual-variability. Try a value of 1 °C to see what it does to the “Average global temperature” display. Then adjust the level until the observed temperatures more or less fit into the predicted range.