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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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riosleftsock 12:23 Tue Feb 25
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Carbon zero idiocy will cost 3 trillion pounds.

That's 100,000 POUNDS PER UK HOUSEHOLD.

How dare you?

Mike Oxsaw 7:38 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
I suspect those in power are preying on the world's guilt complex that people have on account that their ancestors had to wander around in the desert for 40 years with nothing but the clothes they wore, and today they all have smart phones and big, fuck-off flat screen TVs..

In such nomadic wanderings they managed to purify their gene pool, which was the first big tick for eugenics, that's for sure.

Block 6:39 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Especially when it comes to something so fraudulent like Global Warming.

Golden Oldie 6:05 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
All tax is technically theft dear Blockmeister

Block 6:03 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
The others would emanate from things like climate change/carbon tax etc being used to stiff us all for taxes that won't do a thing to actually contain the pollutants kicked up in the air by industry, it's just a way to tax the common man for it.

You mean like the Taxes on driving into London every day?

Golden Oldie 5:53 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Not wanting to tread on the toes of those toying with you

Most of the 1st tier of green energy scams would've been with the politicians passing these energy bills and getting first dibs on using their own land to house these not-quite-yet-up-to-stated-efficiency-spec wind turbines, for one example.

The others would emanate from things like climate change/carbon tax etc being used to stiff us all for taxes that won't do a thing to actually contain the pollutants kicked up in the air by industry, it's just a way to tax the common man for it.

Here's a thought combining the now defunct EU thread with this equally beneficial one
Now we're out of the EU according to folk who adjudge traitorous foreign spies like Priti Patel as a serious hardcore nationalist devoted to England, so their word is golden, that must mean we can now add back the hot water inlets to washing machines to cut down on costs of running hot washes, so we can all start doing out bit for the environment one wash at a time.

Liddle bit of politics there!

riosleftsock 5:50 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
I doubt you'll read the below, but if you do there is more.

As you can see the massive additional cost burden of renewables is being heaped onto the already hard pressed consumer, with none of the risk being carried by the utility provider.

Its a scam.

In 2018 UK Weather dependent renewables generated some 7.7 Gigawatts of power from an installed fleet of ~34 Gigawatts achieving a satisfactory overall capacity factor for Renewables of ~23%. The installed fleet cost ~84£billion in capital costs with average costs of ~11£billion/Gigawatt produced in capital costs and ~42£billion/Gigawatt produced long-term. Because of the comparative capacity factors Offshore wind and Solar PV were roughly equivalent in capital costs at ~15£billion / Gigawatt produced and ~60£billion / Gigawatt produced over the long-term. The direct comparison in the UK situation with similar measures for traditional generation technologies, Gas-firing and Nuclear, can be seen to be substantially lower above.

This post gives indicative cost estimates of the current 2018 UK fleet of Weather Dependent Renewables, assuming no further growth, as both capital and probable long-term expenditures.

It shows clearly the likely cost differentials and overspend over effective traditional Electricity generation technologies, (Gas-firing and Nuclear) that Renewables incur and will incur to support political “Green Virtue Signalling” and the Government mandated “Anthropogenic Global Warming” hypothesis. These investments might contribute to the reduction of about a quarter of the UK’s 1.1% of 2018 Global CO2 emissions.

https://edmhdotme.wordpress.com/global-man-made-co2-emissions-1965-2018-bp-data/

These calculations clearly contradict the popular assertion that Weather Dependent Renewables are now price competitive with conventional power generation, Gas-firing and even Nuclear power. They only compare the comparative costs of their power generating capability, leaving aside other unquantified ancillary costs of their use in operation.

This post quantifies the scale of the fiscal waste and the burdens on utility bills attributable to the use of UK Weather Dependent Renewables.

Introduction

This post gives indicative, (back of the envelope, expressed in £billion), estimates of the net capital and net 60 year long-term costs of Weather Dependent Renewables as compared to the use of Gas-firing for electricity generation in the UK. These net calculations should avoid the market distortions arising from the political interventions that have been made to support Renewables.

The introductory table above shows that the indicative overnight capital costs of the current UK Renewable fleet is ~84 £billion and the anticipated further long-term costs would be ~350 £billion, were those existing Renewables to be maintained for the 60 year long-term.

They give an idea of the present scale of the bare costs for “Green virtue signalling” in the UK. The equivalent costs using Gas-firing to provide a similar level of consistent power generation would be ~7 £billion in capital costs and a further ~31 £billion long-term respectively.

In the UK the three main forms of UK Weather Dependent Renewable Energy are Wind Power, (Onshore and Offshore), and on grid Photovoltaic Solar Power, about 75% of the Renewables total. The other “Renewable” energy inputs include traditional Hydro power ~8% and the remainder are other sources such as biomass, waste and landfill gas amounting to ~17%.

In 2018 the UK represented only 1.1% of the global CO2 emissions and power generation only amounted for less than one quarter of those CO2 emissions, transport and space heating accounting for the remainder.

So making costly and self-harming modifications UK electrical generation technologies can only have a marginal and minor impact on a very small proportion of current UK and global CO2 emissions. That impact is even less if one looks into the CO2 emission and energy requirements of Renewable technologies from their use of fossil essential for their manufacture to demolition.

Whenever announcements are made about Weather Dependent Renewable Energy installations, they are reported as the full Name Plate rating, (in other words the maximum potential power output the installation can produce under ideal Weather conditions), and also disingenuously as the number of homes that could be supplied at their full level of power output.

The question of Capacity / Load Factors is never fully explained, so such announcements are deliberately deceptive. Such promotional Renewable Energy announcements thus falsely assume that the wind blows all the time, (24/7), at productive speeds and that the sun shines overhead 24 hours/day and the seasons never change from summer. In fact the 2018 the combined capacity factor of UK Renewables amounted to ~1/5th, ~22% of their installed Nameplate rating.

Hammer and Pickle 5:15 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Yes.

Those are three forms of clean, renewable energy.

Now, those scams please?

Block 4:58 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
*eats popcorn loudly*

riosleftsock 4:53 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Solar Energy
Wind Power
Biomass

Hammer and Pickle 4:51 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Please name these "green energy scams with massive public taxpayer subsidies and guaranteed minimum prices".

Or shut up.

riosleftsock 4:48 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Wow, massive investment funds piling into green energy scams with massive public taxpayer subsidies and guaranteed minimum prices.

Edgy.

Hammer and Pickle 4:46 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Another indicator is of course the performance of the top ESG (Environmental, social and Governance) rated stocks, as reported in the PINKO RAG, the FT

"Investors last year ploughed a record $21bn into socially-responsible investment funds in the US, almost quadrupling the rate of inflows in 2018, according to Morningstar, the data provider. Now, companies with strong ESG credentials are starting to show the benefits of that surge of interest in a once-niche area."

riosleftsock 4:22 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
"The sectors to look at ARE...."

Hammer and Pickle 3:31 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
The sectors to look at is energy-production financing and insurance, especially reinsurance.

Planned 1000MW lignite fuelled power block at Ostrołęka scrapped.

Hammer and Pickle 3:21 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Sorry - missed out a “you”.

You can put it in yourself ‘cos you’re a big boy now, boltyson.

Block 3:06 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
You clearly haven't worked out are going to emit whatever you tank and you definitely drive like a tit.

Can someone translate this?

Block 3:05 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Another large investment company who I'd imagine has their fingers in the "green" revolution backing global warming.

Who'd have thought it.

BRANDED 3:02 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
JP Morgan economists warn of 'catastrophic' climate change

To be fair I think most investment banks will be saying this ad nauseam.

Hammer and Pickle 1:38 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
"The less gas you use per mile, the less fuel you use, the less you pollute."

Please make it stop!

riosleftsock 1:31 Fri Feb 21
Re: Global warming and Climate change
Pickle, I worked out how it works. The less gas you use per mile, the less fuel you use, the less you pollute. I also try not to make unnecessary journeys.

Do you need hep with simple maths? I'm happy to help if you need some pictures and graphs and stuff.

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