|The Ghost of RubangB said:
I think it's weird for people to assume that humans can dump billions of tons of CO2 into the air and then not believe that's the cause of the weather getting worse. It seems like the most logical conclusion.
It's like throwing a rock into a pond and claiming the splash was due to an invisible fish rather than the rock.
But the amount of CO2 we put in the air is much less then the amount of CO2 everything else puts into the air.
The problem is... they use correlation instead of causation to come up with all the theories on this. Global climite started rising around the industrial age. (Slightly before actually.)
Therefore the Industrial age caused global warming. All subsequent theories were based on that assumption.
It does not take into account any natural changes in the carbon sink processes that might of changed... why? Because we don't have an exact map or knowledge of how the carbon sink process works.
People can make the "Just in case" arguement... but to argue that it's true that global warming is definitly man-made is definitly not the arguement to make.
According to the current theory used to prove global warming is man made... aside from the occasional exception the global tempeture should of been dropping constantly until the industrial revolution.