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Old 10th Nov 2022, 09:15
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"Asturia56, you sell used cars, don’t ya"

if you mean I actually look at the science yes - but that never suits the deniers. This year already Sydney has had more rain than Singapore - is that usual?
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Old 10th Nov 2022, 09:20
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Originally Posted by Asturias56 View Post
"Asturia56, you sell used cars, don’t ya"

if you mean I actually look at the science yes - but that never suits the deniers. This year already Sydney has had more rain than Singapore - is that usual?
Not sure you'll get anywhere with this: as with many things in life, there is often a good/right way and a bad/wrong way. Some folks still take Option B. We have an opportunity to make the world a better place and you'd assume the response would be unanimous.
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Old 10th Nov 2022, 09:27
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I hate to say it but time to get back to Sunderland........
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Old 11th Nov 2022, 02:51
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How we all wish Asturias, sigh.



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Originally Posted by Asturias56 View Post
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This year already Sydney has had more rain than Singapore - is that usual?
Apart from being in the tropics, I don’t know the Singapore rain story. You tell us what the numbers are for both and we will know.


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Old 11th Nov 2022, 05:13
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Originally Posted by Pypard View Post
Not sure you'll get anywhere with this: as with many things in life, there is often a good/right way and a bad/wrong way. Some folks still take Option B. We have an opportunity to make the world a better place and you'd assume the response would be unanimous.
Yes. Imagine what society could achieve with cheap and reliable power supplies…

Unforetunatly, only the wealthy investors in solar and wind power benefit from the current situation. It is understandable why them investors don’t want the ‘global warming’ hysteria to stop. They just want to stop debate that shows up the climate hysteria for what it is..

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Old 11th Nov 2022, 05:15
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Originally Posted by Asturias56 View Post
I hate to say it but time to get back to Sunderland........
If ‘global warming’ is discredited in Australia, then it is discredited in Sunderland..
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Old 11th Nov 2022, 07:56
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Sunderland is a place that could do with serious global warming - cold, windy, dark
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Old 11th Nov 2022, 08:06
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Sunderland is a place that could do with serious global warming - cold, windy, dark
It is this morning, but sometimes it can be quite nice
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Old 12th Nov 2022, 13:32
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The largest extent fire in Australia’s recorded history were in the 1970’s. And the extent were only noted due to it being recorded via the new Landsat satellites.
That burned in outback grasslands where nobody lives. We’re talking about record intensity fires in the eucalyptus forest of the populated south east and south west.

For over 50,000 years Australians used to burn-off most of the place on a near annual basis so the fuel load were low.
Indigenous cultural burning is not modern hazard reduction burning.

Nowadays thanks to modern farming practices and greeny stupidity we have less annual burn-offs that leave massive fuel loads to build up causing more intense fires when they inevitably happen. Nothing to do with ‘climate’ as such.
No, it’s because a hotter and dryer climate makes hazard reduction burning more dangerous. Go speak to an actual firefighter.
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Old 12th Nov 2022, 19:17
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Meanwhile the airshow is still cancelled and the climate change deniers will still be fiddling as each other show gets nixed. Quite funny really.
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Old 12th Nov 2022, 21:58
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Meanwhile the airshow is still cancelled and the climate change deniers will still be fiddling as each other show gets nixed. Quite funny really.
I spot a bot..


Plane spotters paradise, here’s the biggest air show on earth at the moment:

”…Climate delegates accused of hypocrisy as 400 private jets in Egypt for COP27…”


https://wattsupwiththat.com/2022/11/...te-conference/
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That burned in outback grasslands where nobody lives. We’re talking about record intensity fires in the eucalyptus forest of the populated south east and south west.
Thank you for that dr dre.

Perhaps yer need tell them climate hysteria fanatics that. Seems they think speed and extent of spread of fire is also ‘intensity’ of fire. Personally, I’d prefer to fight a fast moving low fuel load desert fire then a high fuel load forest fire any day of the week..


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Indigenous cultural burning is not modern hazard reduction burning.
Correct. Though, whats yer point.. ? Being very simplistic, if yer fire fighting in a paddock that has a low fuel load whats it matter how it came to have a low fuel load. (Variance can be a low fuel load via grazing or low fuel load of burnt areas being affected by unburnt ‘nature’ perimeters, etc…)


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No, it’s because a hotter and dryer climate makes hazard reduction burning more dangerous. Go speak to an actual firefighter.
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That actual fire fighter you quoted got his job by government hire. Do you think he would be hired if he did not hold the ‘correct’ views?… Seems when he were talking those ‘correct’ views he were in line for a new job… but now getting the sack: “…found to be bureaucratic and ineffective, with the agency to be dissolved…”

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resilience_NSW





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I think we should let Mr head-in-the-sand have his tantrum and leave it there. Wiser folks than I seem to have got the point.
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Seems the bot is in the deep end and doing a runner...

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I think we should let Mr head-in-the-sand have his tantrum and leave it there. Wiser folks than I seem to have got the point.
If yer like sand so much yer can always go to Egypt. Big air show there at the moment..


Meanwhile, over in Japan. Apparently global warming ain’t so ‘global’ after all. A long term temperature record that has not been influenced by new buildings and roads being built around the met station does not show any ‘global’ warming…

“…For rural Hachijojima Island, June hasn’t warmed there since 1936…”

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2022/07/03/june-in-tokyo-hachijojima-island-hasnt-warmed-in-decades/



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