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wensam
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#1231 | Posted: 9 Jan 2015 01:13
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we have severe weather warnings here too, iv had to take my window box in, but I love the sound of the wind- we might even get a smattering of snow :)))
skipman
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#1232 | Posted: 9 Jan 2015 08:45
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Hope you are not among the ones who have lost power to their homes.
wensam
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#1233 | Posted: 9 Jan 2015 09:22
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No, we are ok here thanks, just got avoid the flying wheely bins!
Joe
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#1234 | Posted: 9 Jan 2015 12:20 | Edited by: Joe
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I'm sure most of the problems (weather wise) can be eradicated around the world if some of us had dome houses to live in, where there are extreme weather conditions. But no, we do not live in a world where disaster can be prevented (there is a solution to most problems). However, just like a lousy business, we have extremely poor management running the show...

wensam
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#1235 | Posted: 9 Jan 2015 14:18
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That looks like a cool set up- may be one day..... she says dreaming :))
Joe
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#1236 | Posted: 9 Jan 2015 19:17 | Edited by: Joe
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I know the picture above does not look all that elegant (a bit like a glorified workman's tin hut), but with a bit more imagination, I'm sure we can improve on this... I still remember the prefabs over at Hounslow Heath in the 60's (I visited someone that used to live in one), the picture reminds me a little of that old corrugated iron construct.
skipman
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#1237 | Posted: 11 Jan 2015 20:45
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Monsanto tried to get a patent on a tomato that was resistant to a certain fungus. Saying they had genetically perfected it.

They actually used a species from Germany which has been bred to be resistant.

http://www.naturalnews.com/048245_Monsanto_fraudulent_patents_tomato_plants.html
skipman
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#1238 | Posted: 11 Jan 2015 21:09
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nordsee220
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#1239 | Posted: 13 Jan 2015 13:24 | Edited by: nordsee220
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skipman:
The BBC weather centre has ruled that 2014 was the warmest year yet,REALLY.Try telling that the the Americans.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2904572/Stunning-pictures-Michigan- s-St-Josep h-Lighthouse-transformed-giant-icicles-arctic-blast-continues-sweep-US.html#ixzz3OSAb Qa00

Cast your mind back to the two bad winters we had 3 & 4 years back. My car was buried in snow at Marion's place in Durham for over a week. (Buried = snow up over the bonnet and half-way up the doors.) The BBC said then that the extreme cold snap was due to global warming forcing the arctic winds south. Not climate change. Global warming. Everywhere in Europe, North America, Canada and Russia was colder because it was warmer.

Now here's an interesting (perhaps not) fact. If you stand a fridge in a room and leave the fridge door open, the room will get warmer. That's because you cannot "create" cold. The fridge simply removes heat energy from inside and transfers it outside of the cabinet. What the hell that has to do with the arctic airflow I've no idea but no doubt some psyentist will find a reason (or lose his gummint backed propaganda based funding).
skipman
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#1240 | Posted: 13 Jan 2015 22:24
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100,000 birds dead on the west coast of America.

No disease,bacteria or viruses were found in the tests that were carried out. So what was the cause of all the deaths?

http://enenews.com/unprecedented-mass-die-birds-along-entire-west-coast-grisly-scene- beaches-covered-carcasses-professor-tragic-weve-never-like-ignore-peril-canary-coalmi ne-telling-scrambling-figure-whats-going-ec
wensam
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#1241 | Posted: 14 Jan 2015 01:27 | Edited by: wensam
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nordsee220:
skipman:
The BBC weather centre has ruled that 2014 was the warmest year yet,REALLY.Try telling that the the Americans.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2904572/Stunning-pictures-Michigan- s-St-Josep h-Lighthouse-transformed-giant-icicles-arctic-blast-continues-sweep-US.html#ixzz3OSAb Qa00

Cast your mind back to the two bad winters we had 3 & 4 years back. My car was buried in snow at Marion's place in Durham for over a week. (Buried = snow up over the bonnet and half-way up the doors.) The BBC said then that the extreme cold snap was due to global warming forcing the arctic winds south. Not climate change. Global warming. Everywhere in Europe, North America, Canada and Russia was colder because it was warmer.

Now here's an interesting (perhaps not) fact. If you stand a fridge in a room and leave the fridge door open, the room will get warmer. That's because you cannot "create" cold. The fridge simply removes heat energy from inside and transfers it outside of the cabinet. What the hell that has to do with the arctic airflow I've no idea but no doubt some psyentist will find a reason (or lose his gummint backed propaganda based funding).

Ha ha psy-en-tist, perhaps we need an 'ism' version for the pc crowd to be on board, well said.

I am getting fed up with severe weather warnings thta amount to nothing, my child is keen to experience some deep snow and sledging. I blame Michael Smith lol you all know the rest, mmm rolls eyes
wensam
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#1242 | Posted: 14 Jan 2015 01:30
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Joe:
I'm sure most of the problems (weather wise) can be eradicated around the world if some of us had dome houses to live in, where there are extreme weather conditions. But no, we do not live in a world where disaster can be prevented (there is a solution to most problems). However, just like a lousy business, we have extremely poor management running the show...


Joe I love the home you revealed, could it have a turf roof- good insulation, but the curve makes it hard to field...
Joe
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#1243 | Posted: 14 Jan 2015 12:56
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wensam:
Joe I love the home you revealed, could it have a turf roof- good insulation, but the curve makes it hard to field...

I mentioned before I went to see someone who once lived in a prefab and the condition looked to be comfortable inside - it was nice, warm and cosy, however, there is always room for improvement.
skipman
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#1244 | Posted: 16 Jan 2015 00:26
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this looks like good news but lets wait to see how it pans out.

http://www.naturalblaze.com/2015/01/eu-parliament-votes-yes-on-gmo-opt-out.html
wensam
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#1245 | Posted: 16 Jan 2015 11:46
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skipman:
this looks like good news but lets wait to see how it pans out.

http://www.naturalblaze.com/2015/01/eu-parliament-votes-yes-on-gmo-opt-out.html

It does, hope on the horizon? Let's see how it pans out...
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