So deliberately releasing CO2 would be an experiment?<quoted text>Fair Game might be catching on, experiments are deliberate procedures to test theories.
Not only are experiments deliberate, they attempt to control one variable while measuring another variable.
Only problem is, your experimental method wouldn't work.
How can we produce enough CO2 to make a measurable change?And we've never tested the greenhouse effect of CO2, if we nuke an underground coal mine that's been enriched with oxygen, can we produce enough CO2 to make a measurable change in temperature? Might be worth a try.
By burning coal or oil, of course.
So burning coal or oil deliberately would be an experiment.
Burning it in power stations would not?
A schoolboy would see that that is idiotic.
The fact that you repeat the idiocy makes it obvious that you are simply a troll.