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Over the long haul the Planet will be just fine. It’s been evolving for at least 4.5 Billion years. Human kind has been on it for basically a nano second. Mankind is just as expendable as the dinosaurs. The Planet will be just fine with or without us.

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Tell it to India & China.    And San Francisco... and L.A. and N.Y.C.

If you do a little research you will see that back in the 10th century things were warm and Europe was able to grow an abundance of food throughout the year. Then around the 13th century things starte

Over the long haul the Planet will be just fine. It’s been evolving for at least 4.5 Billion years. Human kind has been on it for basically a nano second. Mankind is just as expendable as the dinosaur

23 hours ago, MillieChatham said:

Over the long haul the Planet will be just fine. It’s been evolving for at least 4.5 Billion years. Human kind has been on it for basically a nano second. Mankind is just as expendable as the dinosaurs. The Planet will be just fine with or without us.

Sane & Logical...…...STOP IT!!!!! It confuses the gulible

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On 1/5/2020 at 4:44 PM, nstoolman1 said:

There is nothing "nice" about parking on the 5, 91, 405,110,55,22 or the 57 freeways. :D. You just get stuck with a lot of people who don't know how to drive. 


Had a smooth ride SF-LA on I-5 with  some congestion only once approaching LA ( was going to Costa Mesa)...True that was 1977.......My  ride companions were 2 nice ladies which would take shifts at the wheel ( and chatting to death....)

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Media Narrative Blown Apart as Aussie Authorities Count More Than 180 Arrests Related to Brush Fires


As devastating bushfires continue to burn into their third straight calendar month in Australia, officials seem to have zeroed in on one of the disaster’s prime movers: arsonists.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported Monday that 183 people have been arrested and charged with fire-related offenses in the southeastern coastal state of New South Wales, where fires have claimed the lives of 18 people and destroyed nearly 1,500 homes.


Those arrested include 24 people accused of deliberately starting bushfires.“Unprecedented numbers of people had been arrested and charged with arson offenses,” Liberal Member of Parliament Craig Kelly reportedly said in an appearance on the Australian Broadcasting Corp.’s “RN Breakfast.”

“The arson is not caused by climate change,” Kelly added'

Dangerous wildfires continue to burn across Australia, with more than 100 fires burning in New South Wales.
The fires are expected to last for several months, fueled by drought, deforestation and dry weather. 


The sound of barbecued crickets chirping could be heard from left-wing climate activists as the news broke.

Having invested weeks and weeks into successfully crafting the narrative man-made climate change had been responsible for one of the driest seasons and greatest natural disasters ever to hit Australia, climate zealots were met with the harsh reality they had fallen into a trap.

Not waiting for any of the facts to come to light, progressives from the Hill to Hollywood, academia to the media, played on repeat videos of raging fires and suffering species in an attempt to forward their radical environmentalist agenda.  Russell Crowe won a #GoldenGlobes for his performance in “The Loudest Voice" but couldn't attend the show because of the fires in Australia.
Jennifer Aniston read his acceptance speech which called for action against climate change. 

Never straying from their traditional playbook, international leftist elites did everything they could to tug on the heartstrings of the everyday citizen and win converts to their fast-growing religion of climate sensationalism.

Of course, one would be foolish to assume that the failure of such mass narrative manipulation would result in anything even remotely resembling course correction or admission of error.

In fact, before ever reporting on the arrests themselves, outlets such as Britain’s The Guardian began to hedge against the shifting tides of the news cycle, suggesting widespread claims of arson were mere “disinformation.”

“Bot and troll accounts are involved in a ‘disinformation campaign’ exaggerating the role of arson in Australia’s bushfire disaster, social media analysis suggests,” reporter Christopher Knaus wrote Tuesday.

“The bushfires burning across the nation have been accompanied by repeated suggestions of an arson epidemic or ‘arson emergency,'” Knaus continued. “The false claims are, in some cases, used to undermine the link between the current bushfires and the longer, more intense fire seasons brought about by climate change.”

Do you think reporting on the Australia wildfires has been alarmist?

Now, how the officially recognized perpetration of 24 arson arrests and 159 other fire offenses in light of this disaster could possibly be described as anything other than an epidemic or emergency is beyond me.

But the clearer epidemic here is the fact that the left is entirely unwilling to give up the narrative.There is simply no quit

 in them. If only you could glance at the overwhelmingly convoluted thoughts floating around in the left’s hive mind, you would see the only disaster here — at least for them — is the fact that one of the worst environmental disasters of the 21st century was induced by fools and criminals, not produced by climate change.

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Australia bushfires: firefighters injured amid push to contain blazes


An off-duty volunteer firefighter in New South Wales was seriously injured protecting his own property and another four also injured


Calla Wahlquist and Lisa Cox

Sat 11 Jan 2020 09.07 GMT



Bushfire smoke on Kangaroo Island, 49% of which has burned. Firefighters across Australia are preparing to use calmer conditions to contain the most volatile parts of the fires
Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images
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