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7. electricity hair stand up Poor nations are making carbon, it is the cheapest way to do it, it may not be long term thinking. Getting electricity and internet to a village needs to be done quickly and for many governments this is their way of powering this quickly. All governments must answer to their electorates. Some electorates are thinking about their next meal, some are thinking about their children and grand children. The governments and electorates of these two will seek different solutions

• An engine undergoes compression and expansion at rest at about 600 reversals a minute, 10 a second*. gaston y la agrupacion santa fe The earth has traditionally gone into an ice age every 15,000 years. Assume that you live about 25 compression and expansions with a gradually failing seal on the piston you would hardly notice it – however this would be the oncoming ice age. We would normally see very little change – but over a life it might just be measurably different. gas exchange in the lungs occurs in the As far as the engine is concerned the seal is a little less good every cycle.

• It appears that instead of this general trend in a small almost unmeasurable change of "the failing seal" all of a sudden the engine is starting to run away like a diesel. They go quickly in our lifetime a few seconds or minutes, but scale this to the World and it will be the equivalent of a number of years. I think that we might be seeing this. Examples of things that cause changes in a life time would be:

I have a science background so cannot say that what we are seeing now is similar to the sunspot or volcano events descried,. arkla gas pay bill I can say I am looking for triggers for the extremes I am living; the only measurable difference so far is CO2 – it could well be something else, but I would ask what is this unmeasurable thing that has not been spotted?

7. Poor nations are making carbon, it is the cheapest way to do it, it may not be long term thinking. gastroenterology Getting electricity and internet to a village needs to be done quickly and for many governments this is their way of powering this quickly. All governments must answer to their electorates. electricity distribution vs transmission Some electorates are thinking about their next meal, some are thinking about their children and grand children. The governments and electorates of these two will seek different solutions

• An engine undergoes compression and expansion at rest at about 600 reversals a minute, 10 a second*. The earth has traditionally gone into an ice age every 15,000 years. Assume that you live about 25 compression and expansions with a gradually failing seal on the piston you would hardly notice it – however this would be the oncoming ice age. We would normally see very little change – but over a life it might just be measurably different. As far as the engine is concerned the seal is a little less good every cycle.

• It appears that instead of this general trend in a small almost unmeasurable change of "the failing seal" all of a sudden the engine is starting to run away like a diesel. They go quickly in our lifetime a few seconds or minutes, but scale this to the World and it will be the equivalent of a number of years. I think that we might be seeing this. Examples of things that cause changes in a life time would be:

I have a science background so cannot say that what we are seeing now is similar to the sunspot or volcano events descried,. I can say I am looking for triggers for the extremes I am living; the only measurable difference so far is CO2 – it could well be something else, but I would ask what is this unmeasurable thing that has not been spotted?

The paris accord is a load of lies, people latch onto it as if it will be there saviour…BS…climate change will always occur, can you provide evidence from.lets say the last 10,000 years that there has not been accelerated change periods, you are assuming that the change occurred at the same rate every year…and now that change seems quick? So where is the evidence that states the previous rates of change where identical in value year in tear out?

Next time yr at the supermarket, gi and look at a colgate toothpaste packet…thinl about how much ink the pumped into that small box to sell toothpaste…then think of the expanding middle class world wide and expect that there sales will climb…until the govt and the consumer make massive changes to products…and global population expansion is discussed we are pi**ing in the wind. t gasthuys The use of plastics and chemicals to sell nearly every item needs to change, the rate in which we consume cars needs to change…everything is throw away…yet coal gets the blame? Coal is the last peiece of the puzzle..its merely satisfying the human consumption that the very governments try to drive that grandstand on the paris accord….any idiot can see this is as hypocritical as it comes…which suits the leftist as they cant put 2 and 2 together…#libtard.

The paris accord is a load of lies, people latch onto it as if it will be there saviour…BS…climate change will always occur, can you provide evidence from.lets say the last 10,000 years that there has not been accelerated change periods, you are assuming that the change occurred at the same rate every year…and now that change seems quick? So where is the evidence that states the previous rates of change where identical in value year in tear out?

Next time yr at the supermarket, gi and look at a colgate toothpaste packet…thinl about how much ink the pumped into that small box to sell toothpaste…then think of the expanding middle class world wide and expect that there sales will climb…until the govt and the consumer make massive changes to products…and global population expansion is discussed we are pi**ing in the wind. The use of plastics and chemicals to sell nearly every item needs to change, the rate in which we consume cars needs to change…everything is throw away…yet coal gets the blame? Coal is the last peiece of the puzzle..its merely satisfying the human consumption that the very governments try to drive that grandstand on the paris accord….any idiot can see this is as hypocritical as it comes…which suits the leftist as they cant put 2 and 2 together…#libtard.