Since the increasing trend in total atmospheric CO2 concentration does not reveal a measurable anomaly, deviation or increase associated with the contribution of CO2 by humans from burning fossil fuels, then it is not logical to expect that human-produced CO2 will result in a measurable change in temperature nor a change in sea level, nor glaciers, nor in myriad other natural events. All of these measurements of other natural events are confounded by numerous additional simultaneous biases which are absent from the simple measurement of trend in total atmospheric CO2 concentration versus time.
CO2 chart by Dr. Roy Spencer
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