It seems the verified evidence does point to increasing CO2 leading to increasing temperature.
But the question has always been “But By How Much?”
The verified evidence points to a lower “How Much” which indicates global warming will not be a catastrophe but will be a nice minimal increase in temperatures which should be good for the planet (considering ice ages cannot exactly be good for the planet.)
I think we are all better off just accepting that increased CO2 leads to higher temperatures (because it really should according to the physics.)
But the verified evidence points to a minimal impact which is nothing to worry about if it is not, indeed, a positive thing.
Without outright disagreeing...do keep in mind that heat does not equal temperature, and there are some rather enormous holes in our knowledge of the physics - rather larger than the expected temperature change. I'd further point out that the climate models generally don't even pretend to include clouds in any meaningful manner.
Only in James Hansen's magic computer model. I think you would be better off if you understood that according to physics, increased CO2 does does not, and can not lead to runaway warming.
Click the link to see the peer reviewed paper that demonstrates that the AWG crowd has been using a flawed models, and they damn well know it's flawed.