So, burning more and more fossil fuels into the atmosphere and causing pollution is good for health care and the lungs in particular? To say nothing of just burning up the hydrocarbons that our very civilization needs to continue to survive. Items such as plastics, lubricating oils, machining cooling and cutting oils, medicines, fertilizers, and on and on. Do you think that future generations might just not want to thank us for using such commodities up, especially as they might not be able to breath the polluted air, or drink the polluted water, or even live on the polluted lands? And none of the things I mention have anything to do with Rapid Global Climate Change at all.!
Heck, would it not be better even if Rapid Global Climate Change did not exist as you say it does not, to do everything we can to stop burning such up into our atmosphere regardless? I fully realize that we will not be able to change these things over night, or possibly even very quickly at all. But, would it not at least be a good thing to try to give it a start anyway?