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Apparently we all died five years ago. Guess i missed that...

 

 

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Arctic sea ice extent has increased almost 30% since last year. Nonstop disinformation and propaganda has caused alarmists to lose all credibility. Data always exposes the lies...

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7 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

Arctic sea ice extent has increased almost 30% since last year. Nonstop disinformation and propaganda has caused alarmists to lose all credibility. Data always exposes the lies...

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Still way below the average. Morons can't understand graphs  :rofl:

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On ‎10‎/‎2‎/‎2021 at 8:36 AM, iris123 said:

On September 16, Arctic sea ice likely reached its annual minimum extent of 4.72 million square kilometres (1.82 million square miles). The 2021 minimum is the twelfth lowest in the nearly 43-year satellite record. The last 15 years are the lowest 15 sea ice extents in the satellite record. The amount of multi-year ice (ice that has survived at least one summer melt season), is one of the lowest levels in the ice age record, which began in 1984.

In the Antarctic, sea ice extent is now falling rapidly, but it is still too early to assume that the maximum has been reached. The maximum for Antarctic sea ice typically occurs in late September or early October. However, Antarctic sea ice extent is highly variable near the maximum because of storms acting to expand or compact the extended ice edge.

Please note that this is a preliminary announcement. Changing winds or late-season melt could still reduce the Arctic ice extent, as happened in 2005 and 2010. NSIDC scientists will release a full analysis of the Arctic melt season, and discuss the Antarctic winter sea ice growth, in early October.

The overall, downward trend in the minimum extent from 1979 to 2021 is 13.0 percent per decade relative to the 1981 to 2010 average. The loss of sea ice is about 80,600 square kilometers (31,100 square miles) per year, equivalent to losing the size of the state of South Carolina or the country of Austria annually.

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"Building Back Better" apparently means a return to the Middle Ages.

 

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The founder of Insulate Britain, Roger Hallam is reported to have said he wouldn’t let an ambulance through their barricades and doesn’t care if people die. This the level of pondlife involved in that outfit. 
 


 

 

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31 minutes ago, E I Addio said:

The founder of Insulate Britain, Roger Hallam is reported to have said he wouldn’t let an ambulance through their barricades and doesn’t care if people die. This the level of pondlife involved in that outfit. 
 


 

 

I could remove the scumbags in seconds with a few barrels of maggot rag meat...:)

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59 minutes ago, Crumpet88 said:

"Building Back Better" apparently means a return to the Middle Ages.

 

Dave got that wrong. That is a regional government. Like Merseyside holding some Information day 

Going a bit further than usual. We had a catastrophe siren warning a few weeks back . In Bochum they had one on Saturday, as did Rostock for instance. To warn people of danger including flooding or power outage etc and have had them for years

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.ruhr24.de/nrw/bochum-sirene-sirenen-heute-samstag-warnung-test-probealarm-standorte-oktober-2021-nrw-91027793.amp.html

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2 hours ago, stevehone said:

 

These lunatics are completely insane...:rolleyes:

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54 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

These lunatics are completely insane...:rolleyes:

There founder Roger Hallam apparently got a PhD in Civil Disobedience or some such nonsense at the LSD .  A pity he didn’t get a PhD from the Universty of Life in getting a job and not being a burden on the Social Security budget :(

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