This post sums up in english the posts dated 10 June, 9 May and 28 January 2013.
This blog post refutes the article The phase relation between atmospheric carbon dioxide and global temperature  recently published by Ole Humlum, Kjell Stordahl and Jan-Erik Solheim (Humlum et al). They claim that there is no correlation between the man-made (anthropogenic) carbon emissions and atmospheric CO2 concentration. They more than suggest that the CO2 increase is caused by rising global temperatures. Their cause-effect explanation is opposite to the consensus among climate scientists, which is that the increased concentration of CO2 is man-made and that it has caused the increase in global temperature.
Mark Richardson  and Troy Masters / Rasmus Benestad  have published Comments to Humlum et al's article in which they show that the article contains serious errors. This blog post will do the same.
|Figure 1: Man-made fossil fuel carbon emissions (CDIAC) and Mauna Loa atmospheric CO2 (ESRL)|