>>11121135>What on earth does that mean? Absolute drivel.
the ocean and land are currently net carbon sinks, it's basic science. Educate yourself.>So only humans can "dump" large amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere?
once in 10 millennia events like basalt floods can and have in the past, but that has nothing to do with current events.>How convenient! Instrumental data is much more error prone and has far less coverage than satellites, so isn't that data wrong too? Especially data from the 1880's and early 1900's, what makes you so sure that is accurate enough to be used?
older instrumental data, and reconstructions from many different sources across the entire planet all provide similar results within an acceptable margin of error.>But that's horseshit because our infrastructure and ecosystems can already deal with the weather which has much more extremes that constantly change. Cities have gotten warmer and warmer as they've gotten bigger yet ecosystems continue to live.
complete ignorance, all of human society is completely reliant on agriculture. Heat blight will destroy yields across the entire planet, pollinators will die off. Comparing the tiny urban heat island effect to having global temperatures considerably higher than any point in human civilization's history is beyond ignorant.