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#11 andr99

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Posted 04 September 2022 - 03:40 PM

The damage to the nuclear plant was not due to the earthquake obviously, given that in Japan they know how to build, but to the monster mass of water that hit the place. Simply they could have avoided to build it there and could have preferred an inland place which is tsunami risk free. However in italy the imbecile communists we have will never let us build anything  


Edited by andr99, 04 September 2022 - 03:41 PM.

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#12 Rogerdodger

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Posted 05 September 2022 - 10:15 AM

EU gas price rockets higher after Russia halts Nord Stream flows

LONDON/OSLO, Sept 5 (Reuters) - European gas prices rocketed as much as 30% higher on Monday after Russia said one of its main gas supply pipelines to Europe would stay shut indefinitely, stoking renewed fears about shortages and gas rationing in the European Union this winter.



#13 Rogerdodger

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Posted 05 September 2022 - 10:19 AM

Germany Warns Russian Gas-Supply Woes Will Test European Unity...

Tensions remain at war-threatened Ukrainian nuke plant...


Edited by Rogerdodger, 05 September 2022 - 10:21 AM.


#14 andr99

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Posted 05 September 2022 - 01:49 PM

there's no problem here with gas price....we will consume less of it. In latest years it's not so cold as it was in the past, because of climate changes. You don' t have a whole Winter with freezing temperatures as it was in the past, but just a few weeks. By the way it's not that temperatures are so low given that -5 °C in the night and early morning is not that cold, but it's a lot more the effect of wetness that makes you perceive colder temperatures than they really are. In any case a few weeks are not a drama. 


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#15 fib_1618

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Posted 06 September 2022 - 12:42 AM

The blackmail begins: https://tinyurl.com/2jngg3q7

 

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#16 brucekeller

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Posted 06 September 2022 - 04:36 AM

Many people oppose nuclear energy because it produces radio-active waste.

Nuclear is more expensive power than coal. Because it requires sophisticated construction and monitoring.

Dont want another Chernobyl or 3 Mile Island incidents.

However properly designed and operated nuclear power is safer than wind power.

Fukushima was very bad design,

I forgot the specifics but you could store all of the nuclear waste in the world in a surprisingly small area, and a good amount of it can be reused if I remember correctly. 



#17 brucekeller

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Posted 06 September 2022 - 04:37 AM

Oh, didn't help that Fukushima was also hit by one of the most powerful quakes/tsunamis in recorded history. 


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#18 K Wave

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Posted 06 September 2022 - 07:23 AM

Apparently not everyone in Europe is blind to the blatantly obvious...

 

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Mr Salvini told RTL radio: "Several months have passed and people are paying two, three, even four times more for their bills."

"And after seven months, the war continues and Russian Federation coffers are filling with money"

"It came after the Italian politician tweeted that "those who have been sanctioned are winners and those who put the sanctions in place are on their knees".

 

All part of Agenda 2030, eh?

You will own nothing, and you'll be Happy.....multi-thousand Euro energy bills will certainly help get rid of some of those annoying non-Davos owners, eh?

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They aint exactly hiding their plans folks....it up to all of us to stop them....but first you have to actually wake the hell up.....

 


 

 

 
 
 
 

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The leader of Italy’s far-Right League party, Matteo Salvini, has urged the bloc to lift its energy sanctions imposed on Moscow. He claims that EU sanctions are to blame for the staggering bill rises that are crippling nations across the bloc, particularly Italy, which has a large dependence on Russian fossil fuels.

In fact, the entire bloc does, getting 40 percent of its gas from Russia last year, while putting £43billion pounds in Putin’s pocket for oil imports.

 

To deal an economic blow to Moscow amid its invasion of Ukraine, the EU slapped a ban on coal imports and has pledged to phase out oil within six months.

While no gas ban has been included in a sanctions package so far, Mr Salvini claims the existing measures need to be put in place to relieve Italian taxpayers.

Mr Salvini told RTL radio: "Several months have passed and people are paying two, three, even four times more for their bills.

 

"And after seven months, the war continues and Russian Federation coffers are filling with money."

 
 

 
 

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The leader of Italy’s far-Right League party, Matteo Salvini, has urged the bloc to lift its energy sanctions imposed on Moscow. He claims that EU sanctions are to blame for the staggering bill rises that are crippling nations across the bloc, particularly Italy, which has a large dependence on Russian fossil fuels.

In fact, the entire bloc does, getting 40 percent of its gas from Russia last year, while putting £43billion pounds in Putin’s pocket for oil imports.

 

To deal an economic blow to Moscow amid its invasion of Ukraine, the EU slapped a ban on coal imports and has pledged to phase out oil within six months.

While no gas ban has been included in a sanctions package so far, Mr Salvini claims the existing measures need to be put in place to relieve Italian taxpayers.

Mr Salvini told RTL radio: "Several months have passed and people are paying two, three, even four times more for their bills.

 

"And after seven months, the war continues and Russian Federation coffers are filling with money."

 


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#19 linrom1

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Posted 06 September 2022 - 10:02 AM

I wonder if Germans still have their cold-weather clothing from WWII?



#20 andr99

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Posted 06 September 2022 - 03:33 PM

Mr Salvini is the leader of a political party named ''League'' which is the one I support. But to tell the truth I was happier when the party was named ''Northern League for the Independency of Padania'' (which is another name to call Northern italy. I' m not sure he is right on this argument in any case. He will get my vote the same........ 


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