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Climate Change Still Not Our Fault Then

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Stickybottle | 15:12 Tue 14th Sep 2021 | News
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-58494641
Cue the usual deniers who are no different to anti vaxers with their views
Is it all still caused by volcanoes then ?

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The view that the climate is changing (which I think most people at least accept) largely because of increased carbon emissions is something backed up by countless scientific studies. The idea that it isn’t seems largely based on bloody mindedness. As I’ve said before the idea it’s fixable or at least able to be regulated (which it wouldn’t be if it wasn’t due...
16:29 Tue 14th Sep 2021
sevenOP
//Of course covid-19 and climate change are both affecting planet Earth.//

Agreed. I'm killing 2 birds with 1 stone.
I read that termites produce 10x the CO2 that humans produce but meat farming produces a lot of CO2.
Ergo, I eat termite burgers, termite kebabs, sweet & sour termites, etc. (thus cutting down on CO2) With the added bonus that I should be safe from Covid.
On average, volcanoes emit about one percent of the carbon emitted by human activities.
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It's nearer to two than one
Laura Tobin on GMB spend any available airtime telling us all where we are going wrong...sponsored by BOXT boilers of course..
Strangely, most (or an awful lot) of these environmental groups are sponsored by petro-chemical and power industries.
spicerack @8:34

\\Agreed. I'm killing 2 birds with 1 stone.
I read that termites produce 10x the CO2 that humans produce but meat farming produces a lot of CO2.//

Not completely true.


https://phys.org/news/2018-11-termite-mound-filters-methaneand-greenhouse.html
Wasn't expecting much in the truth department, webbo.
I just wanted someone to ask how termite burgers keep me safe from covid.

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