Look: even if everyone in the world stopped burning hydrocarbons tomorrow, CO2 levels would STILL continue to rise -- and for hundreds of years (800, give or take, to be more precise). It's because the oceans are still releasing it as a consequence of warming that occurred ~800 years ago. Fact.
But, in addition to that, all the volcanoes going off at any given time + all the vegetation that's always dying back and returning its CO2 to the atmosphere, absolutely, positively TROUNCE anything produced by human activity. Period. End of argument.
1. CO2 has never been a driver of climate change
2. Human production of CO2 is so laughably small compared to natural forces that it would be irrelevant anyway
3. Far and away, the primary greenhouse gas is, by far, WATER VAPOR, which humans also are not responsible for its increase
4. Solar cycles are closely correlated with global temp cycles in the longer term of things
5. I'm tired of arguing with climate-tards. G'nite all.