CO2 may not be "clean" but its not as bad as the boogie men are making it out be. the fact is CO2 is a vital part of the circle of life.
Not if there's too much of it. We're pumping it into the atmosphere faster than nature can reclaim it. Global warming is a measurable fact. CO2 acting as a greenhouse gas is a measurable fact.
Ok, good for you, and when poor people cant buy food because it has to pass 100 regulations before it hits the shelf what about them? How about we continue the "choice" thing, as long as items are properly marked whats the issue? Or as for your last point on there, at what point is it "safe enough" people have made it thousands of years without the government telling people what they can and cant eat.
You're exaggerating to make your position sound more reasonable. Regulation on food safety is necessary because if they weren't forced to follow sanitary procedures, the factory farms would cut every corner they could and we'd all get sick. For-profit companies don't do anything that costs them money unless it would cost them MORE money to not do it. The regulations provide a level playing field; they all have to follow the same rules.
Next you are going to tell us that every building with a drive up ATM should have braile on it as well for all those blind drivers out there because.. the law! A little common sense goes along way, regulations leave little room for common sense. If the ramp is 1 degree off, is it stopping people from using it? If no WHO THE FUCK CARES???
Drive-up ATMs have braille on them because it's cheaper to mass produce just one model of ATM with braille on it than to produce two models, one with braille and the other without. And if we tolerate a ramp being 1 degree off, how far do they push it in the name of saving money? 15 degrees? 45? The angle is specified to avoid that kind of nonsense. And if you were in a wheelchair, I'd bet you'd be grateful for the legislation that allows you to live an independent life. Without that legislation, mobility impaired people would be unable to live without constant assistance. If I were designing that ramp, I'd be grateful for a spec there, since I have no clue what angle most wheelchair users can use.