“Within the last year, Dr. Arthur Viterito (geography professor) has published multiple scientific papers documenting the significant correlation (r=0.80) between the seismic activity changes in the Earth’s high geothermal flux areas (HGFA) and both El Niño events and global temperatures.”
“The HGFA/global temperature correlation has been found to be stronger than the correlation for CO2 concentration changes (r=0.74) for recent decades (1979-2016).”
In other words, tectonic and solar events heat the oceans and then the oceans heat the atmosphere. The atmosphere cannot heat the oceans, which comprise more than 70% of earth’s surface. The 400 parts per million CO2 in the atmosphere, and even less the minor portion of that 400 parts per million CO2 which is contributed by all human activity, cannot significantly warm the oceans.