I work in support of the Earth Sciences and watched the entire series just to make sure that it was accurate and supported it's claims. The difference between me and you, is that I welcome new information once I have validated its sources and triangulated the information, as necessary.
The video series takes a nice (and light-hearted) approach of using basic risk management to see how one and all should respond to the threat of AGCC.
Watch it all (he answers all of the objections from skeptics).
If, after you have watched it all, you still want to try and debate the topic of AGCC. Then you are an intellectual giant (or a self absorbed ego maniac) that needs to publish your thoughts in a scientific journal (think Science or Nature) and see if it can stand the rigor of real scientific peer review.
Me thinks your arguments would wither. Do you honestly think your questions have not already been asked and answered? Perhaps you are Mensa material and you alone possess the silver bullet that in one shot will undue 50 years of scientific study on one of the most studied topics mankind has ever investigated.
Good luck with your thesis.
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