Response to "DEBUNKED: Top 5 "Climate Change" Myths" by Louder with Crowder

Response to "DEBUNKED: Top 5 "Climate Change" Myths" by Louder with Crowder from youtube by potholer54
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Thanks to those who alerted me to this video. I decided to do a rebuttal because the "5 myths" included on Crowder's website included one that I had been wanting to address for a while: That 'manmade' CO2 only comprises 4% of the CO2 released every years, the rest being natural.
But it turned out this claim wasn't one of the "5 myths" Crowder transferred to video, for some reason. But I thought, what the Hell, I'll debunk his nonsense anyway.

Crowder's video is at

"Mass gains of the Antarctic ice sheet exceed losses" Zwally et al. (Journal of Glaciology 2015)

"A high resolution record of Greenland mass balance" -- McMillan et al. (Geophysical Research Letetrs, 2016)

"The hidden meltdown of Greenland" -- NASA, 2015

"Possible artifacts of data biases in the recent global warming hiatus," Karl et al. (Science 2015)

Sources for the credentials of John Coleman and Tim Ball can be found in my video "Meet the Scientists"

10:45 -- "The Unchained Goddess" 1958

11:13 -- Satellite photo from 2013. Since then, ice has continued to shrink to record lows --

11:20 and 12:39 -- Japan Meteorological Agency

11:30 Solar activity vs temp graph from CPSG101 Science and Global Change First Year Colloquium II Climatology 401: "Climate Forcings & Why Climates Change" Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.

11:33 -- "World ocean heat content and thermosteric sea level change (0–2000 m), 1955–2010" Levitus et al, GRL 2012

12'40" "CO2-forced climate thresholds during the Phanerozoic" -- D. Royer, Geochimica 2006

12:52 graph showing correlation of CO2 and temp over Phanerozoic from: "Geocarb III: A revised model of atmospheric CO2 over Phanerozoic time" -- R. Berner and Z. Kothavala, American Journal of Science, Feb 2001

12:56 The solar output graph is from James Imamura, University of Oregon Dept of physics

13:27 -- "CO2 as a primary driver of Phanerozoic climate" -- D. Royer et al, GSA Today, March 2004

Crowder's blog sources can be found on his blog