First, I explained it very clearly in my own words. Along with explaining why you're a fool in my own words.
I'm not claiming what you say I'm claiming.
But you are not going to put the icecaps and glaciers back by making up numbers and their effects. They are melting. Permafrost is melting. There seems to be a direct corollary to man's burning of fossil fuels.
You don't think so? Then you tell ME why everything is melting. Because there can be no doubt that it is.
And once again, you don't get it.
Sun. Light. Heats earth.
Heat radiates into atmosphere.
Atmosphere absorbs heat. CO2 absorbs more heat.
CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere in preindustrial times was at 280 ppm. It is now at 392ppm. That's a significant increase. FYI, volcanic activity is responsible for less than 1% of what human activity pumps in to the air.
Burning fossil fuels such as coal and petroleum is the leading cause of increased anthropogenic CO2; deforestation is the second major cause. In 2008, 8.67 gigatons of carbon (31.8 gigatons of CO2) were released from fossil fuels worldwide, compared to 6.14 gigatons in 1990. In addition, land use change contributed 1.20 gigatons in 2008, compared to 1.64 gigatons in 1990. In the period 1751 to 1900 about 12 gigatons of carbon were released as carbon dioxide to the atmosphere from burning of fossil fuels, whereas from 1901 to 2008 the figure was about 334 gigatons
I know you like your little .00000 nonsense. But a gigaton is 1,000,000,000 tons. In 2008 31,800,000,000 tons of CO2 were released into the atmosphere. That's a lot of CO2.
Enough to reflect some heat maybe?