That is partially true. So Tony, which do you think has more impact, millions of butterflies and elephants doing as they have done for millennia, flapping their wings and passing gas, or millions of people burning fossil fuels for a period of a hundred and thirty years or so, something that had never occurred in all of those prior millennia?<quoted text>
Everything impacts the climate, even a butterfly flapping its wings or an elephant passing gas. The question is of degree.
Keep in mind, the ice core evidence that exists, and is irrefutable.