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#1 by tasman1 » Thu Jan 07, 2021 14:52

Hi josealvesjr

Have a problem here for last 2 month, every time it rains here rain burns my garden and my grass , it all looks burned down and very brown , like a shit
Can you please tell Bill ,Jeff and Elizabeth to put less acid in rain for Tasmania , they can TURN it OFF now

Thanks in advance
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#2 by josealvesjr » Fri Jan 08, 2021 02:20

Kind of difficult to do Tasman, because the acidity is caused by every time they open their mouths. :lol: :lol:

Fact: The main reason for exhalation is to rid the body of carbon dioxide, which is the waste product of gas exchange in humans.
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#3 by Arvind9 » Fri Jan 08, 2021 03:58

:D and here in Northern India its raining ice cubes,hail storms destroying crops and fall in temperature giving rise to dense fog
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#4 by josealvesjr » Fri Jan 08, 2021 04:41

Here in Brazil we are boiling our socks off. "Climate Change" it is a fact.
It will only get worse even though we would achieve zero atmospheric pollution today, the damage is done and irreversible.
We humans by changing dramatically how we treat our precious planet can only try to minimize the impact.

It all has to do with the warming up of our oceans. Oceans are a significant influence on Earth's weather and climate. They continuously exchanges heat, moisture, and carbon with the atmosphere, driving our weather patterns and influencing the slow, subtle changes in our climate. Recent studies estimate that warming of the upper oceans accounts for about 63 percent of the total increase in the amount of stored heat in the climate system from 1971 to 2019, and warming from 700 meters down to the ocean floor adds about another 30 percent.
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#5 by Arvind9 » Fri Jan 08, 2021 04:52

I hear a lot about wild fires in Australia and California,in India some pace experience sub 50 degrees centigrate temperatures in summer but it never starts a fire,low pressure builds up and it rains bringing down the temperature by a couple of degrees in a couple of day the temperature is back to where it was
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#6 by josealvesjr » Fri Jan 08, 2021 05:18

Here following the weather forecasts they hardly ever are correct. I know predicting the weather is not an exact science but with all modern technology at hand it seems it is impossible to predict with some accuracy what the weather will be this afternoon. Rapid changes in the atmospheric layers like the troposphere, stratosphere or mesosphere must be the cause of this.
They are always right when they talk about the weather of yesterday though:lol: :lol:
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#7 by josealvesjr » Sat Jan 09, 2021 08:22

Talking about the weather:

Freak weather smashes into Spain as Storm Filomena unleashes extreme snowfall.
STORM FILOMENA has sparked never-before-seen scenes of snow across Spain's capital city of Madrid, leaving half of the country in red alert and even recording temperatures as low as -36C - the coldest on record
The storm has wreaked havoc across Spain, unleashing never-before-seen snow in the capital city of Madrid. The extreme snowfall will submerge the Spanish capital in more than 20cm of snow within the next 24 hours. The freak weather event has already plunged half of the country into red alert status, as authorities urge people to avoid non-essential travel.
Earlier this week, a record-breaking temperature of -35.8C was registered on Thursday in the northwestern province of Leon - the coldest temperature the country has ever recorded.
Nothing to worry about, is there?
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#8 by tasman1 » Sat Jan 09, 2021 13:18

josealvesjr wrote: Talking about the weather:

Freak weather smashes into Spain as Storm Filomena unleashes extreme snowfall.
STORM FILOMENA has sparked never-before-seen scenes of snow across Spain's capital city of Madrid, leaving half of the country in red alert and even recording temperatures as low as -36C - the coldest on record
The storm has wreaked havoc across Spain, unleashing never-before-seen snow in the capital city of Madrid. The extreme snowfall will submerge the Spanish capital in more than 20cm of snow within the next 24 hours. The freak weather event has already plunged half of the country into red alert status, as authorities urge people to avoid non-essential travel.
Earlier this week, a record-breaking temperature of -35.8C was registered on Thursday in the northwestern province of Leon - the coldest temperature the country has ever recorded.
Nothing to worry about, is there?





So much for Global Warming
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#9 by lulu13 » Sun Jan 10, 2021 01:27

tasman1 wrote:
josealvesjr wrote: Talking about the weather:

Freak weather smashes into Spain as Storm Filomena unleashes extreme snowfall.
STORM FILOMENA has sparked never-before-seen scenes of snow across Spain's capital city of Madrid, leaving half of the country in red alert and even recording temperatures as low as -36C - the coldest on record
The storm has wreaked havoc across Spain, unleashing never-before-seen snow in the capital city of Madrid. The extreme snowfall will submerge the Spanish capital in more than 20cm of snow within the next 24 hours. The freak weather event has already plunged half of the country into red alert status, as authorities urge people to avoid non-essential travel.
Earlier this week, a record-breaking temperature of -35.8C was registered on Thursday in the northwestern province of Leon - the coldest temperature the country has ever recorded.
Nothing to worry about, is there?





So much for Global Warming

In Madrid there is a huge percentage of TikTokers and YouTubers dressed in shorts and flip flops doing snow angels and running around like there's no tomorrow shouting "it's snowing" Then they call the medical services to say I'm sick, test me for covid... And so the number of covid positives rocket up.
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#10 by josealvesjr » Thu Jan 14, 2021 08:44

There are no hurricanes in the weather forcast for Hobart, Tasmania.
The maximum temperatures for Friday the 15th 15o
Minimum temperature 11o
Cloudy with (acid) rain.
Jeff does not care about Tasmania.
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#11 by tasman1 » Thu Jan 14, 2021 13:23

josealvesjr wrote: There are no hurricanes in the weather forcast for Hobart, Tasmania.
The maximum temperatures for Friday the 15th 15o
Minimum temperature 11o
Cloudy with (acid) rain.
Jeff does not care about Tasmania.[/quote




josealvesjr ..... it is now Elon Musk with 250 billion , but crap who care they are all same

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