Climate change / global warming / CO2:
Should we reduce greenhouse gases?

Hereby, I allow myself to exaggerate in the answer to the question above:

The more fossil fuels we burn, the sooner oil will be gone, the earlier planet earth can start to recover
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The more fossil fuels we save, the longer oil will be available, the later planet earth can start to recover
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In both ways, at a certain point in the future (a few hundred years, or even sooner!) oil will be gone
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That means at a certain time in the near future we will no longer be able to burn oil and generate such a huge amount of greenhouse gases / carbon dioxide (CO2) any more
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Therefore, I think the fuss about greenhouse gases is exaggerated and is only helping organizations (like Greenpiece, and Globuli 2011) and politicians to gain members/voters, and power for the time being
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Additionally, we should not forget:

.) “Global warming”: in the beginning planet earth was liquid hot rock and believe it or not:  it cooled down!
.) Plants need CO2 during photosynthesis to produce oxygen (O2) which humans need for breathing!