You have all these misconceptions because you are fundamentally ignorant of the history of this. From the beginning this field of study has been referred to as "anthropogenic global warming" which means man made changes that cause warming. The planet is warming overall; that is well proven. It will not warm everywhere at the same rate. Some places will be _cooler_ due to AGW. One example of this is rainfall - a warmer climate evaporates more water, which causes larger rainstorms, which causes transiently lower temperatures in the areas affected. People shorten that to "global warming" or "climate change" sometimes. Up to them, not you. The terminology is really pretty simple to understand, unless you have a political agenda that requires you to not understand it.