Unfortunately all wrong SuperKendal.
Which only makes sense when you realize the whole Earth is a system designed to process CO2 in vast quantities.
No it is not. How do you come to that 'stupid' idea? The earth j
is running since billion of years in an equilibrium of 'production' and 'consumption' of CO2 with only very slowly shifting of the balance into one direction or the other.
There is no mechanism eating 'excess' CO2.
Regarding the 'feedback loop', wrong again.
CO2 leads to higher temperature, leads to melting ice (most glaciers are already gone, seems you did not pay attention the last 30 years) which leads to more heat absorption which leads to an acceleration of heating up, which leads to melting perma frost areas, which leads to release of methane, which leads to increased greenhouse effects, which lead to more water vapour which increases greenhouse effects, too, which leads to melting of polar caps, greenland ice etc. which leads to more ground that can absorb hear, which increases heat in the atmosphere .... bla bla bla ... I could go on endless.
There are plenty of hooks for the current global warming to lead to a strong feedback ... hence the idea to stop it at 1.5 or 2 degrees celsius.
CO2 emissions have gone up and up over the last two decades with almost no increase in heat over that period of time.
Just because you had no heat record in summer at your place beating the previous heat record, does not mean no one had. Actually, most heat records in 2014/2015 happened in winter time on the northern hemisphere.
Of course when it is +10degrees C at a place where it used to be -30degrees C, that is not a heat record for the lot like you. As you still find it rather 'cold' :) But heck: it is winter, it is supposed to be cold and freezing. If being more than 40 degrees C warmer than it 'should' be is no heat record, then I don't know ...