Man-Made CO2 Doesn’t Cause Global Warming
Why has the atmospheric CO2 level increased?
Net atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration is controlled and regulated by Henry’s Law.
ClimateCite has built an extensive website on Henry’s Law.
Henry’s Law is a fundamental law of physics which establishes the partial pressure equilibrium between gases such as carbon dioxide (CO2) in the air and the CO2 dissolved in water and principally the world’s oceans. As the surface temperature of large surface areas of the oceans increase, CO2 is liberated. Conversely as they cool, CO2 is absorbed.
Contrary to the popular belief of the press and political establishments, temperature increases always precede CO2 increases.
Over the last 100 plus years, vast surface areas of the world’s oceans are have become slightly warmer due to the Sun and related astronomical issues explained in Dr. Valentina Zharkova’s recent paper.
The current extremely small increases in CO2 seen over the last 100 years have been falsely attributed to man’s urban development and the use of fossil fuels.
Man’s increase in generating CO2 does not increase the NET total world atmospheric mass of CO2 at the end of the day, as it is regulated by Henry’s Law.