My mind is open, but it needs to be filled with facts, and math. Not random numbers and uncorrelated information. "Trillions of tons" is meaningless out of context...
I just wanted to see for instance where the experiments and measurements and math are that show that trillions of tons accurately predict a 1C increase.
(It doesn't have to be 100% accurate obviously, but accurate enough for science which does have it's measurement of uncertainty that we use to determine how good of a conclusion it makes.)
Also, it was not 30 seconds... It was 9 minutes if you rad the timestamps. How is 9 minutes not an adequate enough time to respond to:
"So, the TRILLIONS of TONS of CO2 being put into the atmosphere would have another source?"
It's not exactly a difficult response to respond to since it didn’t actually address my previous question, so my response was mostly restating my question again. Which I have had to do somewhat a third time.
I never said the trillion tons had to come from another source. I am well aware that we know that the vast majority of the additional CO2 did in fact come from humans. I am asking how we know that the trillions of tons are actually enough to cause the entire increase alone or whether it’s possible there are other factors that also contributed that would have raised the temperature had we not released that much CO2.