• Re: Europe's warm summer shatters records

    From Byker@21:1/5 to All on Fri Sep 9 10:24:32 2022
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    wrote in message news:tff7qk$u5q$1@gioia.aioe.org...

    *Climate change: Europe's warm summer shatters records

    Matt McGrath, BBC News via Carbon Brief

    Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) shows that this
    summer was the hottest on record in Europe by "a substantial margin",
    reports BBC News. The summer was 0.4C warmer than the previous record,
    only set last year, while August also set a record - "a whopping 0.8C
    warmer than the same month in 2018"

    Euros would rather swelter and die than stoop to the level of
    "those bloody Yank bastards" and buy an air conditioner...

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  • From KKKernal Corn@21:1/5 to Byker on Fri Sep 9 17:24:16 2022
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    On Fri, 9 Sep 2022 10:24:32 -0500, "Byker" <byker@do~rag.net> wrote:

    wrote in message news:tff7qk$u5q$1@gioia.aioe.org...

    *Climate change: Europe's warm summer shatters records

    Matt McGrath, BBC News via Carbon Brief

    Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) shows that this
    summer was the hottest on record in Europe by "a substantial margin",
    reports BBC News. The summer was 0.4C warmer than the previous record,
    only set last year, while August also set a record - "a whopping 0.8C
    warmer than the same month in 2018"

    Euros would rather swelter and die than stoop to the level of
    "those bloody Yank bastards" and buy an air conditioner...

    Air conditioners blow hot air into the atmosphere and contribute to
    global warming.

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  • From AlleyCat@21:1/5 to KKKernal Corn on Fri Sep 9 10:51:08 2022
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    On 9/9/2022 9:24 AM, KKKernal Corn wrote:
    On Fri, 9 Sep 2022 10:24:32 -0500, "Byker" <byker@do~rag.net> wrote:

    wrote in message news:tff7qk$u5q$1@gioia.aioe.org...

    *Climate change: Europe's warm summer shatters records

    Matt McGrath, BBC News via Carbon Brief

    Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) shows that this
    summer was the hottest on record in Europe by "a substantial margin",
    reports BBC News. The summer was 0.4C warmer than the previous record,
    only set last year, while August also set a record - "a whopping 0.8C
    warmer than the same month in 2018"

    Euros would rather swelter and die than stoop to the level of
    "those bloody Yank bastards" and buy an air conditioner...

    Air conditioners blow hot air into the atmosphere and contribute to
    global warming.

    Cut the shit, buddy. Global warming isn't caused by hot air — hot air is caused
    by global warming. What causes global warming is greenhouse gases, and burning fossil fuels to generate electricity to run the air conditioners will produce more greenhouse gases, accelerating global warming/

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  • From 25B.Z969@21:1/5 to KKKernal Corn on Fri Sep 9 21:57:23 2022
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    On 9/9/22 12:24 PM, KKKernal Corn wrote:
    On Fri, 9 Sep 2022 10:24:32 -0500, "Byker" <byker@do~rag.net> wrote:

    wrote in message news:tff7qk$u5q$1@gioia.aioe.org...

    *Climate change: Europe's warm summer shatters records

    Matt McGrath, BBC News via Carbon Brief

    Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) shows that this
    summer was the hottest on record in Europe by "a substantial margin",
    reports BBC News. The summer was 0.4C warmer than the previous record,
    only set last year, while August also set a record - "a whopping 0.8C
    warmer than the same month in 2018"

    Euros would rather swelter and die than stoop to the level of
    "those bloody Yank bastards" and buy an air conditioner...

    Air conditioners blow hot air into the atmosphere and contribute to
    global warming.

    Fine, outlaw them and cause a million casualties
    every summer ...... oh, and no heat in the winter
    either ... two million. You're gonna kill somebody's
    Momma or kid and they're gonna GET you for it.

    Structures since the late 50s were designed with
    central AC/Heat, and low losses to the environment,
    in mind. Lots of insulation and small, sometimes
    unopenable, windows. In short, ovens in the summer
    and iceboxes in the winter.

    Go to the 'historic' part of a city and look at the
    buildings. More window than wall - windows you could
    open really wide. By the 20s they had ceiling fans,
    but before that ...

    And heat-waves and bad winters STILL killed a lot
    of people but there WAS an excuse "We don't know
    how to fix it". That won't hold today.

    What we NEED are more nuke plants to power everything.
    Yep, there ARE disposal issues - but they don't make
    CO2. Pebble bed reactors are best, can't melt.

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  • From KKKernal Corn@21:1/5 to AlleyCat on Sat Sep 10 12:29:47 2022
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    On Fri, 9 Sep 2022 10:51:08 -0700, AlleyCat <al@aohello.con> wrote:

    On 9/9/2022 9:24 AM, KKKernal Corn wrote:
    On Fri, 9 Sep 2022 10:24:32 -0500, "Byker" <byker@do~rag.net> wrote:

    wrote in message news:tff7qk$u5q$1@gioia.aioe.org...

    *Climate change: Europe's warm summer shatters records

    Matt McGrath, BBC News via Carbon Brief

    Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) shows that this
    summer was the hottest on record in Europe by "a substantial margin",
    reports BBC News. The summer was 0.4C warmer than the previous record, >>>> only set last year, while August also set a record - "a whopping 0.8C
    warmer than the same month in 2018"

    Euros would rather swelter and die than stoop to the level of
    "those bloody Yank bastards" and buy an air conditioner...

    Air conditioners blow hot air into the atmosphere and contribute to
    global warming.

    Cut the shit, buddy. Global warming isn't caused by hot air hot air is caused
    by global warming. What causes global warming is greenhouse gases, and burning
    fossil fuels to generate electricity to run the air conditioners will produce >more greenhouse gases, accelerating global warming/

    Crap. To get cold air indoors you blow hot air outdoors. Have you
    never stood behind a bus that's got air conditioning going full steam?

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