The idea of substantial human induced global warming and the subsequent apocalyptic effects are an incarnation of arrogance of that human.
We just want to think its our fault.
We've found the idea of killing all of humanity appealing since around the same time humanity was first composed. The ultimate expression of this is are nuclear missiles.
Don't you feel like God with that much killing power? To be that potent!
Even if it is for a good cause, you can't deny the ego rush that does inevitably ensue from thinking that you just might be the one to end it all.
And then the second wind the ego gets from learning it can direct the body to prevent imminent damnation!
To be that potent!
Sure maybe we're having an effect, but I think there's more damage being done by ostensible action, than by obscure atmospheric chemical collection.
I mean really -- don't any of you think there are more pressing issues?
We've got a projected hundred years to work on this before we really start feeling it [which to me is very suspicious -- merely coincidence that I'll be dead by the time I suppose], so shouldn't we y'know... focus on things that are fucking us in the ass right now?
It may be time to reevaluate our priorities.