The total number of equivalent humans, due to machine combustion, in terms of equivalent respiration,
The equivalent human biomass in the Earth in 2011 is 835,000,000 tons.
The equivalent total faunal biomass in the Earth in 2011 is estimated as 2,275,000,000 tons.
The equivalent ratio of floral to faunal biomass in 2011 is R2, 2010 = 549.
Both R1 and R2 decreased substantially and correspondingly from 1900 to 2011.
The Earth's atmosphere consists of two diatomic constituents, nitrogen (N2) and oxygen (O2), and several non-diatomic constituents,
among them, carbon dioxide (CO2), water vapor (H2O), methane (CH4), and
nitrous oxide (N2O).
Due to machine combustion, carbon dioxide is the most anthropogenic of the air's non-diatomic constituents.
The world's weather is largely controlled by R1, which varies directly with R2.
Anthtropogenic activities are decreasing R2 and, therefore, R1.
THE UNCOMMON SENSE
Global warming is directly related to the number of artificial animals, i.e., the number of machines, particularly those
that are powered by nonrenewable fuels.
1 Biomass totals are not intended to be precise;
calculations work best when reflecting trends and changes.