Can you cite where anyone believes that temperature is controlled only by water moving over its surface. I’d be curious as to what you base this on, because while oceans most certainly heavily influence temperature, they are not the only variable.
This seems to confuse what is meant by a pollutant. In general, climatologists do not classify greenhouse gasses as “pollutants”, they classify them as, well, “greenhouse gasses”. And just because CO2 is plant food doesn’t mean that it also has solar radiation absorption properties that means it will inevitably lead to the trapping of solar radiation. Something can be beneficial and harmful at the same time.
What does this have to do with increasing CO2 PPM? Even a modest 0.1% increase in overall CO2 in the atmosphere, considering the sheer size of the atmosphere will mean more radiation is trapped.
I’m going to be blunt. I don’t believe this claim at all.
This is also an incorrect claim.
Solar output is factored into all models.
You don’t seem to understand photosynthesis. In fact, you appear to have it exactly backwards, as above you claim CO2 is plant food, but now you claim it is the byproduct of respiration.
Water is accounted for in all models.
I think this is a bit off. Can you provide your source?
Ah, so now we’re back to the “Climategate” email nonsense, which was dealt with a long time ago. There was no wrongdoing, no scandal.