The bomb was experimentally tested before it was used, you can't cite an experimental test of man made global warming, see the difference?No, fool, it was THIS statement of yours I was referring to: "On August 6th, 1945, a nuclear bomb was dropped on Hiroshima Japan." Nothing to do with arguments about current global warming.
Not quantitatively measured or experimentally tested. It might be insignificant or even beneficial.Man IS affecting climate, and the causal relationship between greenhouse gases and atmospheric warming has long been established.
There's no experimental data, no way to know.
Climate change mitigation causes my opposition to man made catastrophic global warming alarmism. Don't be fooled by flashy headlines, look at the literature. Zero tests, not one experiment for climate change mitigation. That's not a good indicator of for a 'proven' science.Your next move would seem to be yet another attempt to confuse mitigation with causation. Proceed.:)