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24 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

Nature will always get the better of human influence.

What's that supposed to mean?

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5 minutes ago, KingOfTheRhinos said:

What's that supposed to mean?

 

That means even eco-maniacs and their ideas won't stop natural fires from happening going forward.

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2 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

 

That means even eco-maniacs and their ideas won't stop natural fires from happening going forward.

Well wasn't that obvious...

It's not about stopping fires it's about stopping them burning 8,400,000 hectares and lasting for over half a year.

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17 minutes ago, KingOfTheRhinos said:

What's that supposed to mean?

One psycho said the trees will grow back from fire as grass do. Another psycho said that fires in Australia are a God's punishment for legalizing the homosexual marriages. While a psycho-bishop called "ecologism" a "dangerous doctrine against the Bible".

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6 minutes ago, Vojthas said:

One psycho said the trees will grow back from fire as grass do. Another psycho said that fires in Australia are a God's punishment for legalizing the homosexual marriages. While a psycho-bishop called "ecologism" a "dangerous doctrine against the Bible".

Wow... Was taken aback by that last one 

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It's dangerous to state that a single happening is due to climate change, yes. Therefore it would be rather problematic to say that we can be 100 % certain that this bushfire seaso is as extreme is due to the climate change. But this is NOT the normal change that is happening. 

Usually it would take the world about 5000 years to get 5 degrees warmer (celcius). Since the industrialisation (that would be about 170 years) it's already up by just above a degree and raising by about 0,2 degrees per decade.  That would mean that we reach 5 degrees in about 200 years at the current pace. 

And even by the tiny risk that the "eco-maniacs" are wrong... What's to lose?

 

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48 minutes ago, Vojthas said:

One psycho said the trees will grow back from fire as grass do. Another psycho said that fires in Australia are a God's punishment for legalizing the homosexual marriages. While a psycho-bishop called "ecologism" a "dangerous doctrine against the Bible".

 

Oh yeah, but whoever listens to that idiot Jedrzejewski? It's such a waste of time. The only people who listen to him are the ones who want to use these words for own political purpose. Environementalism has became political decades ago and negative campaign is obviously standard in politics all across the board.

 

Obviously bushfires in Australia are political as well :lol:

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15 minutes ago, Monzanator said:

Environementalism has became political decades ago

As everything now needs to be controlled by different laws and law is always made by politicians (at least they need to vote for it) every case is political and every protest is called "political" this way.

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1 hour ago, Vojthas said:

As everything now needs to be controlled by different laws and law is always made by politicians (at least they need to vote for it) every case is political and every protest is called "political" this way.

 

"Needs"? Says who? Unless you just follow the same bullshit as everyone? I've said before, politicians, journalists and clergymen want to control the masses. They're doing so for centuries. So, whom do you follow personally?

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1 minute ago, Monzanator said:

 

"Needs"? Says who? Unless you just follow the same bullshit as everyone? I've said before, politicians, journalists and clergymen want to control the masses. They're doing so for centuries. So, whom do you follow personally?

Journalists, because we do not in fact aim to control everyone :wacko: 


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