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With Climate Change being the next big scam, starting to see a lot of low content posts about it. Thought I could make a thread and have it as an ongoing low content thread related to climate change, with memes and videos and so on. 

 

I'll start with this one, guys works out that he is getting 5 mpg from his electric car because they use a diesel generator to generate electricity for the charging station. 

 

 

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Well there has been an unreal amount of weather anomilies the last month or so and it's getting worse with flooding across Europe and even London last week. 

 

I just wonder if it's anything to do with solar activity and they will blame it on man made climate change. I've noticed strange behaviour in wildlife also. 

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If you go and read historical accounts going back from the ancient times to the middle ages, there are plenty of accounts of floods, storms, freezing winters, hot dry summers and so on. 

 

And there are lots of civilisations that just vanished- could be attributed to collapse due to environmental/weather conditions no longer being optimal for their survival.

 

Not doubting that human activity affects the planet's eco system, but everything is blamed on "climate change" these days with increasing media reports getting more and more doom mongering. They really want people scared- but what do they expect us to do?

 

Many people live very simply: no car, no flying abroad on holidays,  wearing charity shop clothes,  vegetarian/vegan diets, recycling stuff, avoiding buying plastic tat (like all that rubbish in Poundland at Halloween), frugal with the central heating (putting a jumper on instead of sitting there in a t- shirt and putting radiators on), mending things, buying refurbed items off eBay instead of brand new, growing some veg, shopping local etc.  For many people on minimum incomes they are already living at the maximum "carbon neutral" that they can do.

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Mass murder in China by drowning: State Secret

 

Several dams have been breached in China, which the CCP has blamed on unprecedented rainfall. A once in a thousand years event.

 

However, it is now being disclosed that the water was released deliberately from reservoirs in Henan province without warning villagers in areas downstream, which were subsequently flooded.

 

It is also being reported that dams were sabotaged by the military and citizens who tried to build flood defenses with sand bags were attacked with pepper spray by soldiers, who broke them down.

 

The official death toll is said be around 60 people but the actual number could be as many as 50,000

 

 

 

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Storm Evert approaching the South West of England is not a normal event.

The ingredients have to be right to produce high winds at this time of year.

They include low pressure forming and developing in the right place, the jet stream aligning and helping to develop the low pressure system at the surface, along with a warmer-than-normal sea surface temperature, and an unusually warm lower and middle atmosphere.

It may only be short-lived but Storm Evert has the potential to cause some damage.

Climate change has to be a consideration - whether we like it or not, this may be something we have to get used to.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-58010633

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9 hours ago, Velma said:

Mass murder in China by drowning: State Secret

 

Several dams have been breached in China, which the CCP has blamed on unprecedented rainfall. A once in a thousand years event.

 

However, it is now being disclosed that the water was released deliberately from reservoirs in Henan province without warning villagers in areas downstream, which were subsequently flooded.

 

It is also being reported that dams were sabotaged by the military and citizens who tried to build flood defenses with sand bags were attacked with pepper spray by soldiers, who broke them down.

 

The official death toll is said be around 60 people but the actual number could be as many as 50,000

 

 

 

 

Last year someone released this animation of the 3 gorges dam bursting and the impact to the cities along the river. Basically wipe out several cities in a matter of days with a 20m high wave.

 

 

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6 hours ago, SimonTV said:

 

Last year someone released this animation of the 3 gorges dam bursting and the impact to the cities along the river. Basically wipe out several cities in a matter of days with a 20m high wave.

 

 

 

Sadly, the millions of people displaced to build the Three Gorges Dam were relocated to these three cities which will be engulfed when/if, it collapses.

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Apologies for subjecting you to the hideously patronising Palki Sharma of 'World Is One News' (yeah, right)

 

What is climate change doing to us? (Geoengineering.)

 

 

It is changing the way we play sports, it is interfering with our cup of coffee, also threatening our lives.

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On 7/29/2021 at 2:14 PM, itsnotallrightjack said:

Not doubting that human activity affects the planet's eco system, but everything is blamed on "climate change" these days with increasing media reports getting more and more doom mongering. They really want people scared- but what do they expect us to do?

 

They want people to be afraid and live in fear - fearful people are more willing to accept the changes being proposed for us all.

 

Problem - reaction - solution.

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Exactly. Fear switches off reasoning and people will blindly follow what others will tell them. No matter how much unreasonable it will be. They create chaos and people will do anything to back to the normal.

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4 minutes ago, zarkov said:

 

Been covered on UK column twice now iirc

Nothing doing here, except instilling fear (not you - gov)

 

Have you seen the documentary Kiss the ground? 

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1 minute ago, zarkov said:

got the feeling Im going to 

Do you have a link?

 

 

 

I don't have a link, it is newish. It basically makes the claim that farming methods are causing a depletion in soil. I think it makes senses, I don't know about this 60 year figure they are coming out with though. That sounds like another scary climate change exaggeration. Similar to peak oil in some ways, although sure peak oil is true. There is also peak phosphorus and peak everything finite to be fair. I think some if it is exaggerated and humans will adapt to using new technologies eventually. It is a big topic. The idea the problem is humans increasing the temperature is superficial when looking at all the potential problems on a long enough time scale. 

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Will look around for the documentary

 

Im not convinced of any of the artificial scarcity scenario's we've been presented with.

It is the same catastrophic polemic discourse we see with every event whether sars, aids, terrorism, wmds, recessions and any other threat.

If I had to side with a view (with regard to hydrocarbons) it would be Russian abiogenic theory.

 

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On 8/5/2021 at 11:41 PM, zarkov said:

Will look around for the documentary

 

Im not convinced of any of the artificial scarcity scenario's we've been presented with.

It is the same catastrophic polemic discourse we see with every event whether sars, aids, terrorism, wmds, recessions and any other threat.

If I had to side with a view (with regard to hydrocarbons) it would be Russian abiogenic theory.

 

 

There will always be resources the question is a matter of a supply rate vs consumption rate or rather the capacity to supply and the capacity to consume and everything that involves. 

 

Personally I don't think there is any doubt that man has made an impact on the planet exceeding the impact of other animals and life forms.

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1 hour ago, SimonTV said:

Personally I don't think there is any doubt that man has made an impact on the planet exceeding the impact of other animals and life forms.

 

It also seems to me that the script that western culture has followed over the past few century's has intentionally invoked and directed these wasteful polluting unhygienic and unhealthy practices in abundance throughout the developed world for the purpose of precisely the claim you posit in mind. i.e. this was pre-planned long ago as was the resulting polemical discourse more precisely the industrial revolution was allowed because it would be a self defeating venture of consumerism and waste of industrial proportion and easy to assign mankind the badge of monster.

If the impact of the psychopathic globalist parasites were removed from the equation I'm sure the landscape would look & be entirely different.

We also have a human centric overview of matters of impact and bias can also significantly distort our perception. I'm not arguing either way merely stating fact.

In terms of population I do not believe the statistics that emerge from the industrial military complex.

We do know the state as part of the globalist agenda deceive completely in every aspect of culture.

 

In terms of oil supply I recall reading there were 400 yrs of proven reserves at current consumption rate, but that was over a decade ago from industry media sources.

That's the conventional view but it seems to be a bit of a crock too and I find myself agreeing with rationale associated with Russian abiotic oil theory and not with consensus and politics.

 

 

https://www.gasresources.net/

https://www.newhumannewearthcommunities.com/what-is-hidden-is-reveled/oil-is-not-a-fossil-fuel-the-real-science-of-abiotic-oil-and-serpentinization

https://www.csun.edu/~vcgeo005/Energy.html

https://joedubs.com/abiotic-fossil-fuel/

https://rense.com/general67/oils.htm

https://freerepublic.com/focus/bloggers/2482838/posts

 

The entire scarcity and fear meme continues

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