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Arson so obvious...mostly FBPE insurgents I should imagine.

I notice on twatted its very hard to distinguish between FBPE & Brigade 77.

77 usually pose as FBPE or antifa. Pushing all things globalists & were all over the sudden combustion hysteria. Attacking anyone pointing out 76 was weeks of heat not one day.

They are very cultish keyboard warriors.

 

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London was, then, a dirty, smelly city well before the summer of 1858, with poor sanitation and a filthy main river running through it. So the last thing Londoners needed was a heatwave. But that’s exactly what they got. In June of that year he temperatures in the capital averaged 34-36 °C (93-97 °F) in the shade, rising to 48 °C (118 °F) in the sun. far from being pleasant, this made things truly unbearable. Indeed, it was said that you could smell the foulness of the Thames more than 8 miles away!

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4 hours ago, DarrynB said:

https://historycollection.com/18-facts-about-the-1858-great-stink-of-london/7/

 

London was, then, a dirty, smelly city well before the summer of 1858, with poor sanitation and a filthy main river running through it. So the last thing Londoners needed was a heatwave. But that’s exactly what they got. In June of that year he temperatures in the capital averaged 34-36 °C (93-97 °F) in the shade, rising to 48 °C (118 °F) in the sun. far from being pleasant, this made things truly unbearable. Indeed, it was said that you could smell the foulness of the Thames more than 8 miles away!

The place is still a shithole.

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4 hours ago, DarrynB said:

https://historycollection.com/18-facts-about-the-1858-great-stink-of-london/7/

 

London was, then, a dirty, smelly city well before the summer of 1858, with poor sanitation and a filthy main river running through it. So the last thing Londoners needed was a heatwave. But that’s exactly what they got. In June of that year he temperatures in the capital averaged 34-36 °C (93-97 °F) in the shade, rising to 48 °C (118 °F) in the sun. far from being pleasant, this made things truly unbearable. Indeed, it was said that you could smell the foulness of the Thames more than 8 miles away!

Is that figure of 48 degrees correct or a typo mistake? 38 degrees seems more likely, unless the past data has been manipulated. 

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5 hours ago, DarrynB said:

https://historycollection.com/18-facts-about-the-1858-great-stink-of-london/7/

 

London was, then, a dirty, smelly city well before the summer of 1858, with poor sanitation and a filthy main river running through it. So the last thing Londoners needed was a heatwave. But that’s exactly what they got. In June of that year he temperatures in the capital averaged 34-36 °C (93-97 °F) in the shade, rising to 48 °C (118 °F) in the sun. far from being pleasant, this made things truly unbearable. Indeed, it was said that you could smell the foulness of the Thames more than 8 miles away!

Yes Thomas Malthus types were probably not happy that people living longer especially poorer ones in east etc .But I suppose they needed functioning Capital to build empire etc etc 

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Meteorologists and weathermen alike are crying about the disturbing abuse they have received over their hysterical “heatwave” coverage, particularly when attributing it to ‘climate change.’

 

So, the BBC posted a tweet, which exposed the truth and then calls it “misleading” but does not elaborate on why; which could mean it’s partially true, but not quite accurate.

 

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For example, as well as intensifying heat through weather manipulation techniques, they can steer the jet stream away from a region to prevent the average rainfall, for the time of year.

 

They can also stall the jet stream over an area for several days causing a deluge, like in Kentucky. Geologist Bill Haneberg said this event is “virtually unprecedented in the Appalachians.”

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-62351166

 

Floods, wildfire or drought, the result is the same, displaced populations and agricultural damage.

 

 

 

 

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Just seen the BBC's weather forecaster on "Countryfile" (BBC2) say that the recent record UK temperature of 40.3 degrees was "impossible" without man-made climate change, according to the experts. 

 

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