That’s because the oceans absorbed the vast majority of the heat and acted as a buffer, but the oceans in turn will begin heating the planet as a result.
But you have to consider the extremely common “catastrophic” storms now… in the past we’ve seen maybe a catastrophic storm every few years? Now we’re seeing them nearly every week.
And of course we have to go by the data that shows we’re filling the planet with CO2 far faster than what happened in the permian die-off mass extinction, which wiped out 95% of all life. And we’re sending it into the planet so much faster than that, and at exponential levels.
And don’t even get me started on methane feedback loops that will be activated if the planet reaches 4-6 degrees C over baseline temperatures. That’s what triggered the mass extinction in the permian era.
Serious issues here…