Fig 4 shows maximum temperature, CO2 and sunshine for the 4 years
Whilst CO2 has a visible relationship with the equinoxes it does not cause the seasons. If we now look at temperatures, sunshine and CO2 we have a few questions which needs answering.
From figure 4 we see there is a reasonable relationship between max temperature and sunshine of 0.62, no relationship between max temperature and CO2 (-0.09) and no relationship between CO2 and sunshine (-0.04).
Q1. If CO2 is supposed to increase temperature, why is there no relationship with temperature?
Q2. If CO2 is supposed to increase temperature, why is the correlation between temperature and sunshine 0.62?
Q3. Why do the levels of CO2 reduce seasonally, when there is no relationship between CO2 and sunshine?
Q4. Why are CO2 level at their lowest when temperatures are at their highest, this does not conform with the doctrine of global warming?
Once again, this evidence shows, there is no correlation between temperature and CO2, carbon dioxide does not increase temperature. Whilst CO2 certainly does not have any effect on the seasons, the seasons do have an effect on carbon dioxide.