Originally Posted by Funky
This may sound ridiculous but what about all the extra water vapour created by kettles, showers, baths (swimming and bathing types), steam jet cleaning, car washes, cooling towers, industry from the production of tyres to foodstuffs.
Yes, I'm afraid it does sound ridiculous.
The role of carbon dioxide in global warming isn't something to "buy into" any more than the earth going round the sun or gravity is anything to "buy into". This isn't a political choice like what to do with criminals or how to cut road congestion where there are alternative viewpoints equally worth listening to.
Water vapour in the atmosphere is a result of temperature and dewpoint, if I try to kick it out into the atmosphere but the physics doesn't work it condenses out, carbon dioxide doesn't work like that.
If I don't believe in gravity, it doesn't mean I can fly.