Thanks for this equation. It looks quite ok. However the % of CO2 in air is very less. Nitrogen is some 78%. Oxygen is 20%. Argon is also much higher than CO2.
Should we not take those gasses also into the equation? Their volumes too may have increased in the last 50 years. Or decreased.
Then going by "accepted" causes if the CO2 traps heat inside the earth, it also means that it won't allow a lot of the Suns heat to enter. It's not a diode. It's an insulator. Don't you think?
It's also possible that the earths core is heating up. That also has to be factored in.
Does heat get affected by the earths magnetism? Maybe yes. So heat direction can be mapped to the direction of flow of this magnetism.
I need my medication.