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And there is generally sh*t behind them.
Yes. The global surface IS warming. Nobody said or even implied that it would be uniform everywhere. In fact, the whole issue of 'climate change' is about the fact that it will NOT be uniform. All you demonstrate is your ignorance or deliberate stupidity.
No. GHGs are generally 'well mixed' over the planet. Cooling from sulphate aerosols (i.e smog) is localized though since it is not as persistent in the atmosphere as the gases. This is simple grade one stuff. You need to understand a topic before you bust out with bullship..
Two reasons. One is that the emissions from one year are spread downwind almost immediately. The coal smog from the Mississippi valley doesn't STAY in the Mississippi valley does it? In fact, the states and countries downwind enjoy the pollution. Same with CO2 emissions except that they are mixed over the entire globe.
Secondly, the rise of 0,9C or so in (global average surface temperature) is not disruptive. BUT it affects processes such as the shear in the jet stream that DOES change where heat energy is moved (i.e arctic air can move south easier). This is the consequent CLIMATE CHANGE driven by AGW.
The problem is global. The US did produce a lot of the emissions that are in the current atmosphere but nobody is singling them out, nor can the US stop it alone. Please read SOMETHING about it.. The old whine about the US being 'picked on' by other countries is just bafflegab.
You call us idiots when you confuse global climate with local weather????
Again, you demonstrate the total stupidity of those who cannot understand or do not WANT to understand the science or evidence.
Stay in Canada and put out some of those forest fires that are smoking up Minnesota.