Atmospheric carbon ratios

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I'm wondering if anthropogenic climate change (C13: C14 and C14:C12 ratios) is still contentious on these forums. Counting the amount of fossil emissions in the last 100 years isn't particularly difficult, and matching the curve with NOAA measurements seems trivial, so I'm wondering what kind of counter-argument objective scientists use these days (if any).

Please only post if you have peer-reviewed scientific data to back up your argument. Thanks.
 

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Objectively, you'd have to define "objective" somewhat outside its usual definition : something like standing with eyes clenched shut, fingers in ears, loudly yelling "LALALALALLALA" while somebody's trying to talk to you.

The correlation between GHG measurement and CO2 release / deforestation / pollution hit the "five sigma" mark (scientific gold standard) in 2005.
 
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