WHO Poll
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Sydney_Iron 7:47 Tue Dec 31
Global warming and Climate change
Been in Sydney for 26 year but never experienced anything like the past month before, fires, smoke and the heat some days is fucking unbearable, just a hot dry summer or are Greta Thunberg and all the Activist types right and we are all fucked in the near future?

What’s the verdict from WHO?

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joyo 3:57 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Eerie Indecent.... Canvey is correct... We are the problem... But you are also correct the Earth will survive long after we have gone, problem is we going to wipe out humanity with climate change

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:49 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
dealcanvey 4:07 Thu Feb 27

Why 46 years? Why not 20 years. That would be better because then you could say that, rounded to the nearest minute, the industrial revolution hasn't even started yet.

Eerie Descent 3:45 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
dealcanvey 4:07 Thu Feb 27
Earth is 4.6 billion years old.
If we was to scale that down to just 46 years.
The Human Race would have been here 4 hours. The industrial revolution would have started just 1 minute ago.
In the space of that time Earth has lost 50% of it's Forests.
We are the problem.



The earth created us. We are as much a part of the earth than anything else.

And it will still exist in some for for a long time after we've gone.

geoffpikey 3:42 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
ITV reporter in Bristol to young girl: "And what are you doing about it (climate change)"

Girl: " Making my beautiful sign" (points to shitly painted sign: Save The Trees)

Bless.

To be honest, she wasn't 6 or as young as that - possibly even a teen - so should have more of a bloody clue. It's. A. Weird. Cult.

(wanders outside to save the planet by looking at fwuffy cwouds in the skwy.)

riosleftsock 3:26 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Have you seen the "At Home with the Thunberg's" video?

Its fucking ace.!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ve8JzyjHz0Y

zico 3:24 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Good to see she is wearing a plastic mac to keep the rain off!!!

BRANDED 3:20 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Relative to the ICE ages it is

riosleftsock 2:44 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
She is actually telling the kids in the crowd that the world is ON FIRE!

All this while the crowd are shivering in the pissing rain in Bristol.

Mr Kenzo 2:14 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
WHU(Exeter) 2:10 Fri Feb 28

Shoot the Cunt

riosleftsock 2:13 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Hope nobody sneezes on her.

Come, friendly asteroid of death.

WHU(Exeter) 2:10 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Funberg is on my own patch of Bristol at the mo.

Just turned up at the station and then hopped in a car to take her to venue where she is speaking.

Which is a 15 minute walk away...

dealcanvey 12:30 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Kaiser

The world’s remaining proved reserves of 1.73 trillion barrels can cover 50 years of current production rates, BP estimates. That’s little changed from a decade ago and is 35% higher than in 1980 when oil majors began counting. Over the same period, oil production has surged by 50%.

Only last year Saudi Arabia announced there oil reserves are 11% higher than previously thought.

it will keep going up.

Kaiser Zoso 12:06 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
dealcanvey 4:12 Thu Feb 27

None of that happened.

BRANDED 11:45 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Is a green company worse than a black company?

twoleftfeet 11:25 Fri Feb 28
Re: Global warming and Climate change
I see that the messiah is in Bristol today, I bet the everyday folk of that city are very pleased with that!

When are people going to wake up and realise she is just the front for her parents and green companies using her to make millions of pounds?

riosleftsock 4:26 Thu Feb 27
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Actually the lies about oil reserves is a very real thing and has being going on ever since OPEC was founded.

There are many reasons why EVs using today's battery technology and as a replacement for all ICE vehicles is a complete non-starter, least of all is the fact that there is only enough cobalt in the world to provide batteries for about half the UK vehicle fleet.

The UK would need to build (depending on whose estimates you use) up to 28 large power stations. We can't even build one in two decades.

dealcanvey 4:12 Thu Feb 27
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Sniper 4:08 Thu Feb 27

Also amazing that Oil has apparently been running out and reserves are rapidly declining.

Then Electric vehicles starts to become a realistic option for the future.

Then last year Oil majors announce they actually have twice as much reserves as they originally thought.

Funny that.

Sniper 4:08 Thu Feb 27
Re: Global warming and Climate change
What you actually need is for the oil companies to release the technology they’ve been buying and hiding away as an alternative to diesel and petrol fuelled vehicles. If you could run a car efficiently on water or sand or grass or any other easily and cheaply obtainable commodity, there’s no way the big oil firms will be having that go to market whilst there’s still billions to be made from oil

Cunts

dealcanvey 4:07 Thu Feb 27
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Earth is 4.6 billion years old.

If we was to scale that down to just 46 years.

The Human Race would have been here 4 hours. The industrial revolution would have started just 1 minute ago.

In the space of that time Earth has lost 50% of it's Forests.

We are the problem.

Mike Oxsaw 4:03 Thu Feb 27
Re: Global warming and Climate change
angryprumphs 11:03 Thu Feb 27

I'm not sure "urgency" is the correct word to use. It's emotive and only a small step to "emergency".

My personal view is that this is "Project Fear (on acid): this time we really (REALLY) are coming to get YOU!".

The long term solar cycle is driving the underlying change, the activity of man may (MAY) just be bringing forward by a decade or two a peak that is going to happen whatever we do - or don't do; nobody has ever lived through a complete solar cycle, so there is zero actual experience of it's implications - just interpretations of and from fossils and other remnants.

I agree things need to change though; none of us can sustainably share a planet with 7 billion people and act as if we're only sharing it with 1 billion.

Ayris 2:54 Thu Feb 27
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Coming in late on this, may have been covered…the problem with the expected high take up of EV cars is where is the power gonna be generated from to charge EV. EV can be charged at night when grid demand is low (and cheaper) via a slow charge for households, daytime charging points will force employers to provide charging points at factory car parks. An option exist to charge via off grid by utilising solar and battery storage in factory and council car parks taking the reliance and pressure off the national grid with clean green energy. Trouble is carports for solar are currently very expensive, a little support in this area would make this a viable alternative. Of course we all know hydrogen cells are the real answer!?

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