Daily Archives: July 27, 2020

Flooding in Monterrey, Mexico. July 26 2020

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Admission: Climate Litigation is Tool to Make Industry Bend a Knee

via Climate Litigation Watch h/t Energy Policy Advocates for the following acknowledgement by a Boulder City official, from early on in this second wave of “climate nuisance” litigation, about the objective. Here again we see its practitioners conceding that “nuisance” litigation is a tool to force the targeted industries to sue for peace, by agreeing to […]

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If Facebook is any indicator, @RealDonaldTrump will win #2020Election by a blowout

People send me stuff. I got Facebook messages this past weekend inviting me to “like” both Donald Trump’s and Joe Biden’s pages. What I found most interesting was the HUGE disparity in likes and followers, and I thought it worth noting here. See the highlights in the screencaps below: Trump has 28,449,428 likes, with 30,249,329 […]

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Still no vaccine to Typhus, but it was beaten in overcrowded ghettos of Warsaw in 1941

Still no vaccine to Typhus, but it was beaten in overcrowded ghettos of Warsaw in 1941 vor 15 Min. For 450 years Typhus ravaged Europe. The death rate without antibiotics is somewhere from 10 – 40%. Warsaw Ghetto workers There is still no vaccine to typhus, but overcrowded ghettos of partially starving people managed to […]

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Julia Leaves Green Party Spokesman Speechless

Julia Leaves Green Party Spokesman Speechless vor 12 Min. By Paul Homewood h/t WUWT Back in February the Court of Appeal ruled against Heathrow’s third runway. The following day, Julia Hartley-Brewer interviewed Caroline Russell, National Transport Spokesperson for the Green Party and Chair of the London Assembly Environmental Committee. I recall the car crash of an […]

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One Fish, Two Fish, Sturddlefish

One Fish, Two Fish, Sturddlefish Guest News Brief  by Kip Hansen – 27 July 2020 What is a struddlefish when it wakes up in the morning?  A creature created by a mistake in a Hungarian fish breeding lab. Yes, this story reads a little bit like a horror story, perhaps by the ghost of Michael Crichton.  The story deals with […]

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Uncool Paris: Radical French Eco-Minister Bans Outside Heating In Cafes & Bars

France’s government has announced new environmental measures, including a ban on heated terraces for cafes and bars. Ecology Minister Barbara Pompili said outside heating or air conditioning was an “ecological aberration”. The ban will not come into force until after the winter as restaurants have been hard hit by Covid-19, she added. All heated or […]

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Why herd immunity to COVID-19 is reached much earlier than thought – update

vor 2 Std. By Nic Lewis I showed in my May 10th article Why herd immunity to COVID-19 is reached much earlier than thought that inhomogeneity within a population in the susceptibility and in the social-connectivity related infectivity of individuals would reduce, in my view probably very substantially, the herd immunity threshold (HIT), beyond which an epidemic goes […]

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Yangtze River flooding, China – Short video

25 July 2020 .Thanks to Stephen Bird for this video “Holy shit,” says Stephen The post Yangtze River flooding, China – Short video appeared first on Ice Age Now. via Ice Age Now https://ift.tt/2OXmgdO July 27, 2020 at 11:37AM

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