The major contributors to global climate change (some areas get colder, some hotter, some wetter and some drier) are:<quoted text>
I post this to inform you. Daily man-made CO2 releases into our atmosphere add up to 110 million tons and is increasing the global warming aka climate change. That is in energy equivalent 500,000 hiroshima's.
Wake up, folks.
Carbon dioxide (essentially a man made contribution abetted by """ the loss of forest cover which was a carbon sink""")
Methane (essentially a man made contribution but also a derivative effect as warmer permafrost and methane hydrates in the sea are giving up methane)
Insolation ( changes in the sun's output - a natural cycle)
Reduction of albedo (loss of polar ice reduces reflection of heat back into space)
Water vapour (a derivative cause - warmer weather causes more water vapour in the air. Water vapour is a GHG)
Balancing this is the increasing cloud cover from more water vapour condensing into clouds and the clouds generated as jet contrails.
A: """Water vapor is the largest single gas and has up to 80% of all warming associated with it"""
CO2 is in second place providing the bulk of the rest of this warming.(Almost 20%)
"""Nature provides all but 0.28% of the Green house gases. Man gives us the rest""". In terms of CO2 production """man causes 6% of this""". Much of this 6% comes from items we would see producing CO2 anyway. Over half of the green house gases we produce is created by the use of our homes and offices.
Facts make your hollow arguments impossible to be taken seriously.