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Post by Matt Flynn » Fri Nov 05, 2021 11:52 am

It is interesting that the East Coast has been smothered in fronts like this the past few months, it is fairly similar to the area of the 2019 fires.

Doesn't mean anything of course but its good to see that climate variation still applies under climate change so far, even if it is trending towards extremes of rain and drought.
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Post by nomad » Fri Nov 05, 2021 3:16 pm

I still can't believe that we the people are just allowing those in charge to destroy the planet without any second thoughts
I don't have kids to follow me but if I did, I would screaming and protesting to get some action.

Our governments seem unwilling to do anything positive for fear of getting thrown out at the next election
They are too scared to make a stand but at least business and financiers are taking a stand and moving away from coal etc

I'm very selfish and can't be bothered because I know I'll soon be gone

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Re: Fire and rain

Post by Matt Flynn » Sat Nov 06, 2021 7:55 am

Yes, looks like the recent global meeting was a waste of time, again.

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