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Banker :rolleyes::rofl:

 

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Humans have a great future, thanks to fossil fuels...

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Buses have a great future, thanks to fossil fuels...

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

Buses have a great future, thanks to fossil fuels...

 

 

People standing unconcerned close to serial explosions, under a cloud of toxic rare earth metals, and no-one is wearing a mask. If only we'd had a government campaign about the danger of inhaling stuff. :)

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It's not just buses of course. This array of grid storage batteries went whoomph in August 2021 and burned for over three days, releasing tons of toxins into the air...
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Guess this is a bit of a dilemma for the right wing protstors like Wolfie and Blu, who were out on the streets daily it would seem making their voice heard over the past two years. That is inbetween posting a hell of a lot of crap on here though

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2022/may/21/priti-patel-in-fresh-bid-to-push-through-strict-anti-protest-measures

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Despite the tiny sea level rise, coasts have globally been expanding (rather than retreating into the sea) at a rate of +0.26m a year since 1984. That explains why so many alarmist politicians and academics are buying expensive beachfront properties...

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23 hours ago, iris123 said:

Worst floods in decades.......extreme weather almost becoming the norm. Tornadoes in Germany.....

Days of flooding and landslides in parts of Bangladesh and eastern India, have affected millions of people and left more than 50 people dead.

Bangladesh's north-east region has seen some of the worst flooding for nearly two decades.

The two countries are prone to flooding and experts say that climate change is increasing the likelihood of events like this around the world

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-asia-61540944

 

went past Paderborn yesterday, beautiful weather

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11 minutes ago, stevehone said:

went past Paderborn yesterday, beautiful weather

And of course, history shows that it's happened many times before in that part of the world. Climate alarmism is just cherry picking nonsense...

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19 minutes ago, stevehone said:

went past Paderborn yesterday, beautiful weather

Funny that eh ? You’d have thought a tornado would have stuck around for a week or so if the place is nice 

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