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DO YOU BELIEVE IN GLOBAL WARNING

Post  Panda on Mon 25 Oct - 9:32

For many years now we have been warned about Global warning and by and large nothing has been done to stave off the consequences. Hideous Windmills dotting the landscape have proved to have very little effect, the
Car industry is still the greatest guzzler of Oil and the Electric car is both expensive and at the moment very
expensive to buy and impractical with the limited mileage before it will have to be recharged .

With the very latest News on the weather Worldwide showing Earthquakes, Typhoons, Hurricanes, Floods, and Famine in areas not having any rainfall at all, is all this due to Global warming ??? Is there any way of halting this catastrophe or is it another "age" like the ice age which is inevitable.

Here in the U.K. we seem to have lost our Seasons, when you could rely on a hot Summer and a cold Winter
with a mild Spring and Autumn in between.

My feeling is it is the excessive Nuclear Explosions in the 50"s and now the drilling through to the Earths crust to obtain cheap Electricity which is doing the damage.

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Post  Guest on Mon 25 Oct - 10:17

natural planetary behaviour perhaps?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glacial_period

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interglacial


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Post  malena stool on Mon 25 Oct - 13:01

Doubtlessly humankind's abuse of the past 300 or so years haven't helped but I think the earth is doing it's own thing. The annoying part of the whole 'greenhouse gas'/'planet warming' theory is that governments around the world and private enterprise are making vast fortunes by exploiting the story.

We here in the UK have, under the pretext of 'going green' moved all our heavy and manufacturing industry abroad or sold it off, creating a wasteland of talented but jobless workers, while ensuring the next generations will remain unskilled undervalued and considered a drain on society through no fault of their own.

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Post  Lioned on Mon 25 Oct - 16:33

'Global warming' i think they tend to call it 'climate change' now on account of the fact it got very cold last winter.

Its a bit like the terrorism threat,very convenient for governments to frighten us with,when it suits them,and offcourse raise plenty of taxes.

I dont quite get this electric car thing as we have to burn fossil fuels or bury nuclear waste for a thousand years to produce electricity.Nothings for free as they say,and i think Issac Newton had that sussed a long time ago.

Thing about windmills is that wind is free once you've got the infrastructure built,mind you we seem to have so many of them around the coast now its only a matter of time before another Alien bumps into one.

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Post  fred on Mon 25 Oct - 17:06

Lioned wrote:'Global warming' i think they tend to call it 'climate change' now on account of the fact it got very cold last winter.

Its a bit like the terrorism threat,very convenient for governments to frighten us with,when it suits them,and offcourse raise plenty of taxes.

I dont quite get this electric car thing as we have to burn fossil fuels or bury nuclear waste for a thousand years to produce electricity.Nothings for free as they say,and i think Issac Newton had that sussed a long time ago.

Thing about windmills is that wind is free once you've got the infrastructure built,mind you we seem to have so many of them around the coast now its only a matter of time before another Alien bumps into one.

Spot on.

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Post  Panda on Mon 25 Oct - 17:37


I just cannot conceive of 4 Billion light years and am sure there are other civilisations in outer Space. We
had Steam Engines replaced because they were dirty , coal fires replaced for the same reason. Now we have
only a few years left before the oil runs out yet we had 300 years of Coal available and decimated the coalmining villages , when with a bit more science they might have come up with a cleaner coal. I think Man has been responsible for most of the damage to Earth, where it all ends is at this moment being argued by the
Scientists and Business.

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Post  Lioned on Mon 25 Oct - 18:05

Think we are probably a good few years off 'Peak Oil' yet.

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Post  Panda on Mon 25 Oct - 18:49

Lioned wrote:Think we are probably a good few years off 'Peak Oil' yet.

The trouble is though that Oil production is not without its problems, the latest spillage in Florida has been a wakeup call for the Americans . It was O.K. when accidents occurred in other Countries but now it"s on their doorstep its a different matter. Much as we hate the idea, Nuclear Energy is the cleanest and I"m certain we will
see a Plant built in the U.K. A French energy Company has already offered to built us one free of charge. all we have to figure out is how to get rid of the waste without danger.

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Post  RIORITA on Mon 25 Oct - 20:26

No I do not believe in Global Warning but I do believe in 'Government Greed'.

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