The International Energy Agency will be soon reporting that global heat trapping pollution reached record levels in 2010, according to the Guardian newspaper.
Globally 30.6 billion tons of carbon pollution was emitted to the atmosphere in 2010.
US global warming emissions have declined from peak levels to about amounts emitted in 1995.
The implications of these numbers are that world temperatures will almost certainly increase by minimally on average 4 degrees fahrenheit, with 2 degress already having taken place.
The warming temperatures are increasing moisture content in the atmosphere. Higher moisture content fuels bigger precipitation events.
The world is running an uncontrolled science experiment by loading its atmosphere with heat trapping pollution.