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#31 fib_1618

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Posted 29 July 2021 - 10:37 PM

I love this one. Globalists hate it.

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Perfect!

 

The only way Marxists convince others of their opinions and agendas is that they pick subjects that many don't understand or can't control...and then change the stories or switch the reasons why back and forth when caught in the lie to the point that the public becomes emotionally helpless and give up (cue COVID-19...follow the science, mask on...follow the science, mask off, no, wait, mask on...oh, hold it...wear the mask forever and chastise those who don't so that they also comply).

 

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#32 andr99

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Posted 30 July 2021 - 09:35 AM

guys, you probably have come to know from my previous posts how much I dislike communism and communists...and how I would like those radical leftist motherfuc@ers living in the social centres of italy, getting out just to burn cars and consume drugs, to face the American police instead of the italian one and to face the American courts instead of the italian ones. That said and underlined, I think there' s a point of weakness when you think that four parts out of 10,000 are too few to create problems if they are increased. The most venomous snake on Earth, the Interior Taipan with a single bite could kill 100 humans. Each human carries 3.5 blood liters which multiplied for 100 makes 350 liters. How much does the Taipan inject with a single bite ? One milliliter ? Make your counts and it's much less than one part out of ten thousand. So maybe even small amounts of the wrong molecula may create big problems, sometimes. However, the point is that recorded average (I underline average....because one single event doesn' t make a rule) temperatures of the last century till present days, are saying that the average temperature of the planet is growing. Is it bad ? Is it good ? I don' t know. But it's a fact that it is growing. What is the cause ? CO2, the Sun ? Who knows it ? What is a bit alarming however is the speed at which it is growing......it' s growing too fastly. When Hannibal crossed the Alps to invade italy, the temperature was higher than it currently is and in England there were cultivations that are impossible nowadays, but never in the recorded past temperature changed so fastly. We can believe that or not, it depends on how much consideration we have for the media, but that is the point, the speed of the changes. I don' t add anything else, because it is a personal point of view what one believes on that argument, it's not a theorem and no one can demonstrate to be right or wrong. So do I......         


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#33 hhh

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Posted 30 July 2021 - 11:16 AM

Sorry, but comparing toxin concentrations to gas concentrations and their effects on weather is ludicrous. Historically, CO2 concentration is at the low end of the range.



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Posted 30 July 2021 - 11:47 AM

Sorry, but comparing toxin concentrations to gas concentrations and their effects on weather is ludicrous. Historically, CO2 concentration is at the low end of the range.

 

it might be ludricous, but two thirds of the scientific community agree that the amount of CO2 in the air has grown exponentially.....I' m not here saying I have any certainties, but maybe we should listen also to those scientific opinions that are different to ours until someone gets out of the woods and demonstrate us that the problem exists or not and what the cause is or isn' t   


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Posted 30 July 2021 - 11:51 AM

They have to tow the globalists' line in order to maintain their funding. If you don't come up with the right "results," your funding is cut off. There is no more science anymore, except political science; it's just propaganda generation now. Medical "science" succumbed to this years ago and the Lancet confirmed it. It's all BS.



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Posted 30 July 2021 - 12:05 PM

well.....there' s one thing that counts much more than anything else.....the USA government passed a law, if I' m not wrong, in order to reduce CO2 emissions. Do you believe in your government ? I believe in it. I think it would be easier to extract more oil and more carbon, so that if they chose to cut the production of those elements, there must be a reason for that....I think the USA are serious......not a joke like some other country in europe that I know. However.....anyone can keep his own opinion.....not a theorem as I said before


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Posted 30 July 2021 - 04:23 PM

Seeing snow for the first time, Brazilians revel in icy snap
Thu, July 29, 2021, 10:03 PM

(Reuters) - Temperatures dropped across Brazil on Thursday - with rare snowfall overnight in some places - as a polar air mass advanced toward the center-south of the global agricultural powerhouse, threatening coffee, sugarcane and orange crops with frost.
Cars, streets and highways were blanketed in ice while people took the opportunity to take pictures and play in the snow, building snowmen.
"I am 62 years old and had never seen the snow, you know? To see nature's beauty is something indescribable," said truck driver Iodor Goncalves Marques in Cambara do Sul, a municipality of Rio Grande do Sul state, speaking to TV Globo network.
More than 40 cities in the state of Rio Grande do Sul had icy conditions and at least 33 municipalities had snow, reported the meteorology company Somar Meteorologia.
Unusually cold weather in Brazil has already sent international prices for coffee and sugar higher and Friday was forecast to be the coldest day of the year.