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Slowly but surely the world is waking up to the menace of wind turbines, in this case further evidence of the slaughter of insects, but even as the alternative energy industry admits the problem they attempt to weasel out of it.

We need to understand (a) how attraction of insects to wind turbines affect fatality rates and interactions of insect predators with wind turbines. (b) We have to connect insect fatalities at wind turbines with source populations and evaluate if these fatalities add to the decline of insect populations and potentially the extinction of species. (c) We need to assess how fatalities at wind turbines change insect-mediated ecosystem services.


 

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With the world becoming far more aware of the global warming scam the PTB are having to up their game by changing names once again, gone is climate change to be replaced by climate crisis as that sounds so much more scary, and more recently I have seen climate adaption creep in. This I am not so sure about, does it try to convey an impression that the climate has already changed thus reinforcing the view that the alarmists were right all along, or is it a sign of resignation, that there is nothing we can do to stop it now?
 
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With the world becoming far more aware of the global warming scam the PTB are having to up their game by changing names once again, gone is climate change to be replaced by climate crisis as that sounds so much more scary, and more recently I have seen climate adaption creep in. This I am not so sure about, does it try to convey an impression that the climate has already changed thus reinforcing the view that the alarmists were right all along, or is it a sign of resignation, that there is nothing we can do to stop it now?
Oh my god!
The sky is going to fall isn't it?
 

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With the world becoming far more aware of the global warming scam the PTB are having to up their game by changing names once again, gone is climate change to be replaced by climate crisis as that sounds so much more scary, and more recently I have seen climate adaption creep in. This I am not so sure about, does it try to convey an impression that the climate has already changed thus reinforcing the view that the alarmists were right all along, or is it a sign of resignation, that there is nothing we can do to stop it now?
Whatever happened to good old global warming?🤔😂
 

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Tillage farmers were devastated to find that Stormy had blown so hard that their wild oats became crushed & flattened and left nothing but wet patches from behind in the cropped bedding.
Despite the drawbacks farmers are determined to sow more oats, a new hardier variety which still bends but remains erect in Stormy, conditions
Like a hurricane, does a lot of huffin and puffin when comin and takes the car and half the house when goin!
 

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Just before the climate scaremongers jump all over this 1620 is the date of the Pilgrims landing, not the the date the rock was anointed as being special.

It was placed in its present position, at the waterline, in 1920 so it is a record of 104 years rather than 404 years.
 

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Surprise surprise! Company takes $16.9m from GE to recycle a dump full of wind turbine blades only too disappear, probably to one of those Caribbean islands that are now meant to be underwater, leaving said blades untouched in the field.

 

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Surprise surprise! Company takes $16.9m from GE to recycle a dump full of wind turbine blades only too disappear, probably to one of those Caribbean islands that are now meant to be underwater, leaving said blades untouched in the field.

Fly By Night ~ ~ On A Wing And A " " Payer " " ;) :D
 

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So, the idea is to stick a huge array of solar panels in the lake . . . . 😅

"Anyone who has ever owned a boat, particular a large boat which gets left in the water, knows what a harsh environment the sea can be. Some kind of failure was inevitable. If it hadn’t been a storm, there are plenty of other things which could have gone wrong.

Greens keep telling us we can expect more frequent and extreme superstorms – so what is the point of building vulnerable floating structures?

Plastics tend to disintegrate under tropical sunlight, especially when in contact with water or water spray. Ultraviolet from the sun drives exotic chemical reactions, which leads to chemical breakdown."
 

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Why was Tiger being disingenuous with that information Mad Fish?
What does the word "disingenuous" mean"? Is it a bit like a man saying " I alas, don't think I ever saw such a thing happen before ever". It is never used in my business transaction, in my engineering transactions, Blue Mickey says it must be a new grant for keeping tadpoles waters in dry weather?
 

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So, the idea is to stick a huge array of solar panels in the lake . . . . 😅

"Anyone who has ever owned a boat, particular a large boat which gets left in the water, knows what a harsh environment the sea can be. Some kind of failure was inevitable. If it hadn’t been a storm, there are plenty of other things which could have gone wrong.

Greens keep telling us we can expect more frequent and extreme superstorms – so what is the point of building vulnerable floating structures?

Plastics tend to disintegrate under tropical sunlight, especially when in contact with water or water spray. Ultraviolet from the sun drives exotic chemical reactions, which leads to chemical breakdown."
Nearly 40 years ago, I bought rock wool insulating wrapped in plastic. I left the wrapping in the attic where there was Velux windows. All that plastic disintegrated into dust. Broke down by some sort of sun driven bioloxigal action.
 

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What does the word "disingenuous" mean"? Is it a bit like a man saying " I alas, don't think I ever saw such a thing happen before ever". It is never used in my business transaction, in my engineering transactions, Blue Mickey says it must be a new grant for keeping tadpoles waters in dry weather?
Disingenuous is a fine word that I often use online and occasionally in personal correspondence. It means artful, deceitful and insincere. I tend to deploy it when I want to accuse someone of lying but remain polite in doing so.
 

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Nearly 40 years ago, I bought rock wool insulating wrapped in plastic. I left the wrapping in the attic where there was Velux windows. All that plastic disintegrated into dust. Broke down by some sort of sun driven bioloxigal action.
Some plastics, especially disposable ones used for wrapping, will decompose in sunlight, they are designed to do just that. The film that maize is planted under is a classic example of this. Other plastics are far more hardy, silage wrap for instance, has additives that absorb the UV end of the light spectrum to help prolong its life.

All plastics are not the same.
 

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