I am sorry, but you are cherry picking things yourself in order to back your own claims, christopher Keating.Your view and judgement is biased.You have allready made up your mind on the matter and will claim that anything that contradicts your opinion is false, despite being provided with scientific evidence.Somehow, this reminds me of how religious people refute proof that states a different view than their own.You are claiming that there is a tea kettle in orbit between earth and mars.And he who claims, must provide proof.With regards;DQ
The first statement can also be disproven by looking at the continued energy imbalance via satellite at the top of the atmosphere. If more energy is being retained then there is more energy in the system. Satellite measurements show that more energy is being retained. Where that energy goes doe snot matter as it can be redistributed anywhere in the system. Could the atmosphere cool as a result? Certainly as long as that energy is being retained elsewhere for a certain time period. Namely, the oceans and ocean currents/oscilations.http://www.giss.nasa.gov/research/news/20120130b/With statement 2 the poster is completely ignoring the equations involved as well as the numbers in determining where that excess CO2 is coming from. He is basically stating "since CO2 has risen in the past naturally it must be occurring this time". The poster should look up something known as Le Chatelier's Principal. "If a chemical reaction is at equilibrium and experiences a change in pressure, temperature, or concentration of products or reactants, the equilibrium shifts in the opposite direction to offset the change."http://chemwiki.ucdavis.edu/Physical_Chemistry/Equilibria/Le_Chatelier's_PrincipleAs the partial pressure of CO2 is increasing the oceans are attempting to maintain equilibrium to counteract that change. The atmosphere is currently increasing at a rate of about 2ppm or roughly 15.6 billion tons per year.http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/ccgg/trends/While human emissions account for over double this as per the CDIAC after converting to units of carbon dioxide.http://cdiac.ornl.gov/ftp/ndp030/global.1751_2010.emsWhat this means is that as humans are emitting CO2 into the atmosphere the increase is being counteracted by the oceans uptake and allowing only half of the CO2 humans emit to stay in the atmosphere while the rest is being absorbed.