Most of the evidence is statistical, which doesn't make it invalid. Further, if you were a semi-competent scientist, you'd realize that the CO2 you produce is way below the noise level, and doesn't affect anything in a measurable way. The CO2 produced by every car in the US probably does have a measurable impact.
The basic principles can be explained on the back of a cereal box, although not in enough detail to prove that CO2 is causing global warming. You need a lot more data for that, and as it happens scientists have collected far more data than that.
You could try reading some peer-reviewed publications and writing a paper showing why they're all bunk. Then get that published, and you'll be famous. So far, nobody has managed to do that.