Is there a peer-reviewed paper I can read on this matter?Plenty of evidence that is contrary to media hype is routinely published, and ignored in a most illogical way, by those who only view science through agenda glasses. We may, in fact, be in a sort of "harmonic loop" where, as phytoplankton, the lowest form on the food chain pretty much, and one of the most important parts of the carbon cycle, is driven deeper in to the ocean the higher global temperatures rise, as a general rule. When this happens, they perform their "carbon cycle duties" as a much less efficient rate. See what I mean? Higher temp, they go deep, carbon cycle itself is negatively affected, and we spiral down,
Co2 is not saturated. Direct measurements show that rising co2 levels are trapping more heat.Also, we do not know if we have achieved max saturation. Lets say you have a window with 50 shades. Do you need 50 shades? No. Even if they are pieces of crap, at some point around 10 you are going to block all the light that you can. Have we reached that point with C02 and trapping gases? No telling. We don't know enough!