>>10648832>It's real and we're going into what's called a climate "optimum" which has happened twice in the past ten thousand years in which the global temperature spikes by a few degrees and then dips into a mini ice-age.
Please show us where you see these spikes in the last 10,000 years. >This has happened a lot of times since the last major ice-age and also long before human populations began any kind of major industry or agriculture.
Warming of this rate hasn't occurred in at least the last 600,000 years.>Anthropogenic global warming however posits the absolutely objectively false notion that human beings "created" climate change
No it doesn't. It just says humans created the current anomalous warming. >are the only major driving factor behind climate change
No it doesn't. It just says they are the major factor in the current anomalous warming. >and are capable of ending climate change by the reduction of specifically CO2 production.
No it doesn't. It just says we are capable of ending the current anomalous warming. >The first premise is laughable, climate change has existed since the Earth has had a stable environment in which a climate may exist, and climate changes pre-humanity were much more dramatic, the period of time in which humans have walked the earth is notable for it's comparative climate stability.
Who told you that? The same climatologists you claim are wrong? And if humans have always existed in such a "stable climate" doesn't that tell you you should be worried about leaving that climate?>AGW advocates believe that under all circumstances more CO2 creates more water vapor, eventually leading to a runaway greenhouse effect
Incorrect, you're confusing a feedback loop which amplifies the warming from CO2 with a runaway feedback.
Could you show proof of climatologists saying any of the things you're saying? No, because you're making it up.