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Climate sceptics have been played by the Fossil Fuel industry

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Getting back to the tedium of fossil fuels-climate gibbering, leading global weather nutter, Al Gore, has likened 'climate deniers' to the Uvalde, Texas, police who failed to save school children from an amok gunman.

Work that one out. Or, better, just contemplate the lies (confirmed by a British judge) that this crackpot Gore has spread around about climate change, frightening children, and now still talking absolute rubbish linking his climate scaremongering to the tragic killing of kids.

He is saying, apparently, that hestitancy in 'stopping' climate change is going to kill kids or people. Never quite sane with his wild predictions that never came true, the man is disintegrating in his desperation. Well, climate change will not be stopped by humans, and nobody is going to be killed by it.
Posted by ttbn, Saturday, 6 August 2022 4:34:42 PM
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ttbn,

You are a great one for calling people names, who are the "Biloela Bums" you are referring to? Could it be the Nadesalingam family who live in Biloela, I assume it is. As for letter writing, how about dropping a line to the Nadesalingam family and give them a piece of your mind, after all you called them "Biloela Bums". Better still direct your correspondence to the children, tell them what nasty little buggers they are, and while you're at it tell them what you think of their parents. With your vitriol its likely to scare them that much, that they will pack up and leave. Don't forget to include your name and address.

How quick you change, a couple of months back you were singing the praised of Horrible Hanson's One Nation party, and how you would be voting for them, you have since claimed you did just that. Well, considering they were a complete flop, its no surprise you have dumped them now. As for your questions, I don't take directions from you.
Posted by Paul1405, Saturday, 6 August 2022 5:14:49 PM
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It is not the Bums' fault that they are allowed to stay here, so I have written to the person who did allow them. I hope that's OK with you. I quite often write to politicians and, unlike you, always supply my details - to get a response. Duh.

Yes. I did vote for One Nation, and I might do it again if I feel the need because there is nothing better. I also emailed Pauline Hanson thanking her for her response to smoking/welcome to country made up mumbo-jumbo.

I haven't "dumped" anyone. I merely pointed out your stupidity of trying to insult the woman through me, when I have no personal connections with her, or interest in her, than I do in any other politician, or ratbag poster.

Now, what about this Forum Fool and bombing Pakistan? What is the relevance of that? It's probably something you made up in your madness.
Posted by ttbn, Saturday, 6 August 2022 6:08:43 PM
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Dear mhaze,

My argument was that the fossil fuel industry employed the same disinformation firm which was used so successful in stalling regulations on the smoking industry.

You can choose to ignore it but please don't claim I produced nothing.

Weather records lag climate trends and the fact that what we are seeing is in lock step with a warming planet then they are most certainly relevant. Only a fool would argue otherwise.

As to your reef bunkum only a blithering idiot would claim what you are.

It is like saying after a devastating bushfire that regrowth has increased by a third so everything is back to normal.

As the article clearly states: “AIMS monitoring program team leader Dr. Mike Emslie said that most of the increase was driven by fast-growing Acropora corals which are "particularly vulnerable" to coral bleaching, wave damage caused by tropical cyclones and as prey for the starfish.”

Many of the slower growing corals are still to recover and may take decades to fully re-establish.

What is extraordinary is that you regurgitate this all for nothing. Do you at any stage pause and think 'why am I doing the bidding of multi-nationals and their slick disinformation specialists?

Dear Hasbeen,

Mate, give it away. You trot out the same tired lines that go 'something something math something something' thinking that it has one iota of relevance or currency.

It doesn't.

Dear Fester,

Don't get your knickers in a knot old boy.

The UK is well behind Australia in per capita large battery storage which goes a long way toward mitigating fluctuating supply. Perhaps concentrating on what is happening here rather than looking toward countries who are still playing catch up.
Posted by SteeleRedux, Saturday, 6 August 2022 6:28:45 PM
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SR,

The thread was about the BBC series which in turn was about the #ExxonKnew claims. The claims about Exxon have long since debunked as I said here and in an early thread on the pages. Whatismore, its been debunked in the US courts.

And your response? Well as usual SR ignores the data and looks to see if there's any messengers he dislikes.
Posted by mhaze, Saturday, 6 August 2022 7:41:52 PM
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Dear Steele,

Batteries can be problematic:

https://www.vice.com/en/article/dypw5x/largest-lithium-ion-battery-in-the-world-meltdown-moss-landing

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2022/06/22/tesla-fire-sacramento/

Yes, I did take the vilification of the fossil fuel industry a little personally, but I see the attack as tacit acknowledgement that erratic energy is not up to task.
Posted by Fester, Sunday, 7 August 2022 8:17:25 AM
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