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  2. Climate Change is a Hoax

    He says that climate scientists have over-estimated global warming by a factor of two. Suppose he's right. That only means we have more time to fix the problem before it becomes critical. Better get crackin'. Doug
  3. That and if they are coming from some far distant galaxy they would not use "air" for lift like our current aircraft do. I mean traveling through the great vacuum of space air is a non issue.
  4. Climate Change is a Hoax

    True, l need to research Cortez more after all she dances and is in congress.
  5. "British Steel has been placed in compulsory liquidation, putting 5,000 jobs at risk and endangering 20,000 in the supply chain. "The move follows a breakdown in rescue talks between the government and the company's owner, Greybull. The Government's Official Receiver has taken control of the company as part of the liquidation process." Full report at the BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/business-48365241 "Blaming Brexit, British Steel collapses putting about 25,000 jobs at risk" At NBC2 (CNN): https://www.nbc-2.com/story/40515194/blaming-brexit-british-steel-collapses-putting-nearly-25000-jobs-at-risk
  6. "That's very interesting, Steve"

    The British eat over 11.5 billion (1,500,000,000) sandwiches every year!!
  7. Climate Change is a Hoax

    Not true and never was. You show a complete misunderstanding of the subject. The twelve-year figure is only the estimated point where average temperature rise will reach 2C. And at that, it could get there four years earlier or 10 years later. After that, things will start to accelerate noticeably. At the current rate we will reach 4C about 2070. That's pretty-much the end of our grace period. Global warming is not so much a forecast as it is history. It has already happened; it is happening. Doug
  8. What happens if she divorces, - bridge over troubled waters? And catches the bridge having an affair, - a bridge too far?
  9. It's actually a hoax designed to intentionally fool liberals into believing something so common and innocent is actually racist and evil. Somehow the joke actually took off and became mainstream. It's hilarious at all the false positives, but some genuine racists were probably fooled too.
  10. Australian Federal Election 2019

    Just for the record, the Coalition won 76 Seats and could reach 78 when all votes are counted, Labor can get maximum 67. Therefore they'll have a majority Govt which basically means they'll have limited opposition so lets see if Morrison keeps his promises.
  11. Britain now a harsh and uncaring country

    A few more links: https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/un-report-compares-tory-welfare-policies-to-creation-of-workhouses/ar-AABIZmv?ocid=spartanntp https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poverty
  12. Mossad foreknowledge 911 attacks

    Geez you get overprotective when Israel gets mentioned don't you?
  13. There are lots of street lights leading into our town along the new highway. It is amazingly bright along that road. My neighbor calls it the UFO landing strip. So far no takers.
  14. Mossad foreknowledge 911 attacks

    So, a conspiracy in a conspiracy is what you're suggesting? Hmm, Agatha Christie move aside. Maybe he disclosed it because he felt it was the right thing to do and because of his rank people listen. Good luck to eliminate someone like that after he has spoken out.
  15. "It has taken more than 220 years but an order of monks at Grimbergen Abbey, producers of a fabled medieval beer whose brand was adopted by mass producers in the 1950s, have started to brew again after rediscovering the original ingredients and methods in their archives. "In a sign of the significance of the news for beer-loving Belgians, the announcement was made by the abbey’s subprior, Father Karel Stautemas, in the presence of the town’s mayor and 120 journalists and enthusiasts." Full report at the UK Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/21/belgian-monks-grimbergen-abbey-old-beer At ABC Australia: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-22/belgian-monks-resurrect-brewery-after-two-century-break/11136770
  16. Psychic attack! Need help!

    But it will give us a rest from your brain numbing posts.
  17. "Schools need to exchange Mozart for Stormzy as part of an "urgent transformation" of the music curriculum which would involve grime and hip-hop making their way into classrooms, a report suggests. "National charity Youth Music is calling for schools to shake up the way music is perceived and taught, following a major four-year research project. "The project found that more inclusive music-making, involving pupils’ personal music tastes as a starting point, helped improve attendance among disengaged pupils while supporting their personal and social development." Full report at TES (UK): https://www.tes.com/news/swapping-mozart-stormzy-boosts-literacy-and-numeracy At Sky News UK: https://news.sky.com/story/stormzy-should-replace-mozart-in-uk-music-classrooms-study-says-11725859
  18. Its terrible to think they will still be posting vids/pics of a non existing,never existed big hairy creature long after we are all dead.
  19. "Ok to be gay" school lessons cause unrest

    Sexuality is not politics. The reality is that, under UK law, anyone can love whoever they like, provided it's consensual. Schools have a duty to teach pupils 'British values', introduced by this government. Any issue you or these parents have is therefore with the law not the school. And we should not bow to pressure, no matter how vocal, to regress into a less civilised society. You can tell that just from looking? Remarkable! I mean, true, but still impressive.
  20. 80,000 bees found inside couple's bedroom wall

    Very good that they were relocated and not killed. All it takes is 1 chemical on 1 bee to take down the whole hive, they transfer things very easily to each other. I've done pest control in the past and learned alot about them, they also have the strongest sense of smell on earth but they are in decline which is actually a global issue or at least it will turn into 1
  21. Britain now a harsh and uncaring country

    https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/sep/16/what-is-the-new-uk-poverty-measure-and-why-is-it-needed Why is a new measure needed? The existing measure, which sets the poverty line at 60% of median UK income, was abolished as an official measure in 2015 by the Conservative government (although it has been retained in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland). Critics said this was flawed. It produced paradoxical outcomes, for example, when child poverty figures fell after the economy nose-dived after the 2008 financial crash.
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  23. If it's on You Tube it's nothing more than click bait...Videos on You Tube are put there for a reason especially when it comes to Bigfoot and UFO's....If you were looking for conformation biased on it you would have done well to post it on a Bigfoot forum....I watched it and the first thing that struck me as odd as how the creature never heard you coming...Your not going to sneak up on a wild animal...We have house cats and I have tried dozens of times with sock feet on carpet to sneak up on them and cannot do it. Sure there is something there in your video no doubt..But the fact the creature never heard you makes the video suspect at best....
  24. Giant impact on the Moon

    "In the new study, scientists fed measurements from the GRAIL mission into a computer and ran 360 simulations of plausible cosmic collisions that could have caused the lunar asymmetry. "By "crashing" various-size objects at different speeds into the moon, they found that the most likely scenario to yield the weird lunar texture would have been a collision with an object that would have been about 480 miles (780 kilometers) in diameter." Full report at Live Science: https://www.livescience.com/65527-moon-asymmetry-collision-dwarf-planet.html The research article at AGU 100: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2018JE005826
  25. "NASA is getting ready to launch living creatures to deep space for the first time in nearly five decades. "Agency engineers are putting together a briefcase-size spacecraft called BioSentinel, which will carry yeast cells into orbit around the sun to help scientists better understand the radiation environment beyond our planet's protective magnetic bubble." Full article at Space dot com: https://www.space.com/nasa-deep-space-radiation-mission-biosentinel.html At Popular Mechanics: https://www.popularmechanics.com/space/deep-space/a27546172/nasa-launching-yeast-cells/
  26. Well that's the beautiful thing: We don't know! Is it an actual comprehensible text, or gibberish?
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