What Is the Connection between Temperature and Carbon?

by | Nov 4, 2020 | Global

One would further ask, why aren’t scientists concentrating on the primary matter – the connection between temperature and carbon? How can man know the actual cause of global warming with the vast array of factors influencing the earth’s temperature comprising solar events such as sunspot activity?

Moreover, carbon, which scientists hold responsible for damaging the earth, is almost a trace element in the atmosphere, accounting for merely 0.04% of the whole composition plus is needed for the existence of plant life.

Carbon levels are heightening just as global warming proponents highlight. Ice core experiments can submit air samples that are 2 million years old, proving that carbon is currently above any level in previously recorded history. The stated data would have supported the argument for global warming until we do some calculations below.

Considering that our planet is 4.5 billion years old, can data of 2 million years confidently substantiate carbon levels and temperature over .044% of the earth’s life?

Begs the question, should scientists form judgments out of such insufficient data?

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