So, according to you, we should not even ATTEMPT to reduce the amount of greenhouse gasses (including CO2), because a planet-wide experiment proving the obvious has not been shown. Meanwhile, we have shown the correlation of the increase of CO2 (notably from the burning of fossil fuels) in the atmosphere to the global rise in temperature, and the environmental changes it has -- and WILL produce.<quoted text>^^^I don't use ad hominem arguments because I prefer rational arguments.
....and that -- to you -- is "rational"?
Not at my fingertips.<quoted text>Too much of anything is bad. Do you have any evidence that five times current atmospheric CO2 levels are harmful?
Hey. Perhaps it's GOOD for you! YEAH! THAT'S IT! Lets all go suck on a tailpipe!
Talk to the EPA.<quoted text>Do you know of any experimental tests on burning fossil fuel and this climate balance? Have you ever seen any compelling experimental tests that show emitting x tons of CO2 changing the atmosphere's CO2 content even the smallest measurable fraction?
If so, please cite.