Two of Twenty-Two Very Inconvenient Climate Truths

I have been waiting for the following information to explain the below graph more thoroughly:

1. The Mean Global Temperature has been stable since 1997, despite a continuous increase of the CO2 content of the air: how could one say that the increase of the CO2 content of the air is the cause of the increase of the temperature?

2. 57% of the cumulative anthropic emissions since the beginning of the Industrial revolution have been emitted since 1997, but the temperature has been stable. How to uphold that anthropic CO2 emissions (or anthropic cumulative emissions) cause an increase of the Mean Global Temperature?

(See more at link in the “22” graphic.)

Quickly… with the increase of CO2, we see POLAR BEAR POPULATIONS increasing, ISLANDS GROWING (not disappearing), etc. The environmentalist in the past said the disappearing of Polar Bears and Islands was evidence of CO2 increasing being harmful. Would it not fall into “my camp” to now say the increase in these are evidence that CO2 increasing is good? It would have to in order to be logically coherent. If not, the person making the previous claims should do some serious introspection.

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