>>10084350>India and China are way ahead of you in that regard
per-capita emissions of both
China and India have tiny per-capita emissions compared to places like the USA or Australia. They would have a long way to go before they reach us.>Not that it would matter what we do anyway, we are a drop in the bucket.
Changes in carbon isotope balance clearly show that were are NOT a "drop in the bucket", and that the recent changes in atmospheric CO2 concentration are almost solely due to human activity.>https://www.nbcnews.com/science/environment/scientists-link-underwater-eruptions-climate-change-n301746
This is talking about slow shifts over millions of years, not rapid changes in a few decades. Timescales matter.>Do you realize how many undersea volcanoes are likely unknown? Oregon state estimates there may be up to a MILLION of them.
That's completely irrelevant. AFAIK Volcanic emissions are calculated from isotope balance, not volcano-counting.>And the IPCC ranked them as having MINIMAL impact.
Because they are. Human emissions are two orders of magnitude larger.>These people are not practicing science - they are practicing dogma and abusing science through cherrypicking, omission and unrealistic extrapolation/modeling to push it.
Just because you don't like the conclusions doesn't make it not science.