Actually, what the Aqua satellite data is showing is that the widely-quoted models are wrong. Instead of positive feedback, we're seeing a limit stop where negative feedback begins. In other words, the models predict that increasing water vapor will continuously follow increasing temperatures. The Aqua data shows the opposite kicks in at the appropriate time, that the atmosphere tends to be self-regulating. Increased water vapor is produced when it is needed, and decreased water vapor occurs when the proper point is reached and no more is needed. It's almost as if our "greenhouse" is set up to provide us with a comfortable climate which automatically compensates for changing atmospheric variables.
And what the data clearly says is the old models are dead wrong, and reality shows the opposite of what the models predict. Clearly, we need to overhaul the models, but sadly, to many (poor) modelers have their professional reputations on the line, so they continue to lie in order to save their jobs, so to speak. This is human nature.
Incidentally, I'm an Atmospheric Physicist - and we're generally very amused at all the the AGW hysteria. Man is not the cause, and thus cannot be the cure.
NASA has a good summary paper on the capability of the Aqua satellite here: