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Their job shouldn't be shutting everything down by which jobs gets sent to other countries.

Shutting down RELIABLE energy, replacing it with tech which only provides if the wind blows or the sun shines.  California is paying for that with their rolling blackouts - but that's so-o-o trendy.

 

 

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11 hours ago, hamradio said:

Their job shouldn't be shutting everything down by which jobs gets sent to other countries.

Shutting down RELIABLE energy, replacing it with tech which only provides if the wind blows or the sun shines.  California is paying for that with their rolling blackouts - but that's so-o-o trendy.

 

 

That's just not happening.  Grow up.

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28 minutes ago, txfilmfan said:

Same river on fire...

This river caught fire at least a dozen times.   The one in 1969 was the impetus for the creation of the EPA.

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And the inspiration for a memorable Randy Newman song.

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It's going to be 100 degrees in London tomorrow (Tuesday). My friends have fled to Eastbourne and Hastings, to try to escape the heat. Wales has already broken its record for the hottest day ever.

 

Boris Johnson accused of ‘checking out’ as UK swelters in searing heat

Airport runways close and 999 calls surge while PM recalls doing loop the loop at Farnborough airshow

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/jul/18/uk-weather-heatwave-boris-johnson-checked-out-airport-runways-closed

 

 

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1 hour ago, hamradio said:

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Why should those inside a gas chamber care? :blink:

The gas chamber is where the NWO lefty libcucks are going to put all the god fearing mags folks if they doubt climate change. I know cause Q sent me. :ph34r:

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The cost of doing nothing is only going to go up.  Joe Manchin's inflationary worries are just a thick coal smokescreen.

 

Temperatures hit 34C by 10am after UK's hottest night EVER and are set to peak at 43C today - making it the hottest day in British history: Hundreds of schools close and country grinds to a halt in travel chaos 

UK weather: Temperatures are set to hit 43C on the hottest day in UK history

Britons are set to melt on the hottest UK day on record today as temperatures soar past 40C (104F) amid growing travel chaos as schools close again and millions of people responded to the chaos by working from home. The Met Office has confirmed that last night was the warmest night on record in Britain, with temperatures not falling below 25C (77F) in many areas of England and Wales. The highest overnight minimum was 25.9C (78.6F) at Emley Moor in West Yorkshire - smashing the previous record of 23.9C (75F) in Brighton set on August 3, 1990. Temperatures had already hit 34C (93F) by 10am this morning in Cambridge and London. It comes after the overnight minimum last night in the capital fell to just 25.8C (78.4F) at Kenley in Croydon, South London. Forecasters expect an absolute high of 43C (109F) in central or eastern England today - one day after Wales had its hottest day ever with 37.1C (99F) in Hawarden, Flintshire, beating a record set in the same village in 1990. The mercury peaked in the UK at 38.1C (100.6F) in Suffolk yesterday, making it the hottest day of 2022 and the third hottest day on record, after 38.7C (101.7F) in Cambridge in 2019 and 38.5C (101.3F) in Kent in August 2003. Network Rail and train operators upgraded their travel advice for services heading north out of London into the red warning area to 'do not travel', saying there will be no services in or out of London King's Cross all day today. Pictured today: The burnt out remains of parkland in Skellow, Doncaster, after a huge grass fire came within feet of homes (centre), commuters on the sweltering Jubilee line on the London Underground (top left) and people sleep overnight on Bournemouth beach in Dorset (bottom left).

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Prince Charles says British heatwave vindicates his view 'for quite some time' that tackling climate change is essential 

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While speaking at an open-air event to mark his 70 years as Duke of Cornwall, Charles said national commitments to reach net zero have 'never been more vitally important'.

 
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Is THIS the key to cutting carbon emissions? Scientists are developing a TRAIN that can capture CO2 from the air - and say each car could remove 3,000 TONNES per year

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The US-based CO2Rail Company have revealed their plans for a train carriage that can remove carbon dioxide from the air as it moves along a railway. This will help countries reach net zero.

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Then what will be done with the CO2?

Breaking up CO2 either requires energy which there is a high demand for  or the use of platinum in a converter which is very expensive.

Wouldn't it make better sense to use the wheel axials to provide power to do the job while the tank car is capturing it? (solve 2 problems at one)

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