Congratulations Kyle! Let’s do the math.
950,000 PPM MarsCO2 * 0.006 / 400 PPM EarthCO2 = 14.25
The density of CO2 in Mars atmosphere is 14.25 times higher Earth, or the equivalent of 5,700 PPM on Earth. Mars should be burning up, according to the (face->palm) stupid climate alarmist community.
As far as the amount of sunlight being received at the surface, 25% of the sunlight reaching Earth’s atmosphere gets reflected back into space by clouds. Mars doesn’t have any clouds, so the amount of sunlight reaching the lower atmosphere of Mars is not tremendously different from Earth.
So why is it so cold on Mars? Simple – the atmospheric pressure is too low. The same reason why Death Valley is hot and Mt. Everest is cold.
There is a lot more CO2 on Mars than on Earth, yet it is very cold there.