You have a cup of coffee that has attained equilibrium with your room at 70 degrees. How do you heat the coffee without raising the room temperature? Can you inject enough CO2 at room temperature to heat your coffee above 70F? The law states that one environment cannot heat another to a temperature greater than itself, and we all know that our cool coffee will NEVER reheat on it's own, it violates the law and common sense. The same hold true for the oceans. Sea surface temperatures at buoy 44001 was analyzed for all the years where full data was available for both sea surface temperature 1m below the surface and air temperature 3m above. Sea Temperatures averaged 7.54C while the air was 6.54C demonstrating heat flow from the water to the air, even in the Gulf of Alaska it flows from the surface up, not down. CO2 cannot generate heat, or violate the laws of convection, your cold coffee is evidence of this.
What Can We Do?
"There are three primary factors which can help influence our environment for the betterment of future generations. First, we must educate our youth on the critical success factors to maintaining and improving our earths resources. Secondly, we must stop all shale production and all activity that heats the earth beneath us. Finally, we need to replant our earth and hold back the water that we currently allow to run off and find its way back to the sea. As the ultimate machine, our EARTH, was created to grow and evolve."