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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Tindell View Post
    Well, i am no expert on global warming, but i have just had to cut my grass for the second time this year, not even the middle of February !!!, never ever had to do that before, kt
    Hey KT come on over ,here i have to Mow my Grass in the Summer Twice a Week not a Year,you have things too easy LOL
    And the size of the Area to be mowed here is approx 250 Squares. I just finished in the Rain and the Weight of the Wet Grass is amazing, after filling my Green Waste Bin lugging it up the Driveway (Quite a steep one uphill) Whew!!
    And the Rain she just keeps coming down, no end in sight! We needed it and Boy! have we got it! Most of our Dams are again almost full.
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    Snapshot of Increases on all Dams really good!

    https://www.waternsw.com.au/supply/G...eys-dam-levels
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    Quite amazing how things are going.

    About ten years ago one senior member of the Oz climate panel said that we would never get snow again on the Victorian alps and that Queensland would never see rain again!!!!!

    Over the last 6 years the snow fall has slowly increased on the alps with a one day biggest ever last season.
    Queensland has been flooded twice since then.

    Little wonder there are climate sceptics with comments such as those.
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    Originally Posted by Keith Tindell
    Well, i am no expert on global warming, but i have just had to cut my grass for the second time this year, not even the middle of February !!!, never ever had to do that before, kt


    You are lucky KT
    I didn't see my lawn for three days,
    It was covered in snow.
    Now that is Real Global Warming.
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    Reports are coming in that a small tornado hit the Island last night in the Cowes area, one person woke this morning to find a small boat in the garden. The Met office had stated earlier in the evening that it had the look of one approaching, we will be losing our status as a tropical Island shortly, lol , kt
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    Further to my previous post on carbon-neutral fuel, I have managed to get a fuller report. As said previously regardless of views on climate change it would seem to be a positive move. You have to make up your own minds if it will be adopted. It does not seem to have had any media coverage perhaps that tells a story of its' own https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQGGhtguHns
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    Doc Vernon, yes, same here in summer, but in the winter have always had a break from growing grass, until March at earliest. We have not seen one snow flake this year, there, now we are sure to get clobbered now !!, lol, kt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Tindell View Post
    Doc Vernon, yes, same here in summer, but in the winter have always had a break from growing grass, until March at earliest. We have not seen one snow flake this year, there, now we are sure to get clobbered now !!, lol, kt
    Keith, I was in my speedos today on the beach in a deck chair, No flying boats on Merseyside mate.
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    On our ABC tv news today:

    "Last month has been named the hottest January in 141 years of recorded climate history, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration."

    "The global land and ocean surface temperature in January was the highest on record for the month at 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit, surpassing a record set in 2016, NOAA scientists said in a press release Thursday. No land or ocean areas had record cold January temperatures."

    Today Feb. 14th70 79 degrees F. forecast high for tomorrow 50 degrees F.

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    Rodders, very informative.
    But it was only last year when NASA said that over the past two years average global temps had dropped by 0.6 of a degree.

    Couple of weeks ago scientists said that they considered the possibility of global temps remaining steady and even dropping.
    All this on our new here in Oz.

    Not wanting to sound like a sceptic but only 141 years is hardly any time at all.
    We have same here in Oz when they say since records began, but many here did not begin in a reliable format until about 1900.
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    Last night in Boltonistan it was MINUS 4 degrees , Cars all white with frost,
    I guess that is Global Warming,

    Is Boltonistan the only place on the Planet with a Normal Climate, It is still winter it has had Snow for three days and frost.
    The snow drops are showing above the snow, as they have always done for the last 57 years I have had my home here. next month the daffodils will be coming up.

    There is too much talk about climate , They had people on TV with a Doctor yesterday, People are suffering FROM `ECO- ANXIETY,`AND ` `Mental Stress`. etc.

    What a load of Rubbish.
    How do they think we went on in WW2, WHOLE CITIES BOMBED AND BURNING , NIGHT AFTER NIGHT, No sleep in shelters from the bombs, no food , house blown up, MOTHER BADLY INJURED IN HOSPITAL , DAD AWAY , HOUSE AND CONTENTS on fire , shops bombed , so no where to buy food with a ration book, BODY PARTS SCATTERED ACROSS THE RUBBLE IN THE STREETS OF FRIENDS AND NEIGHBOURS.
    The whole world is turning into a bunch of whimps and pansies,
    People should get a life instead of whinging. all day and all night , on TV , whinge whinge whinge about climate.

    There I feel better for that.

    Brian
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