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Started by grog, Tuesday, 19 July 2022, 06:32 PM

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Best allrounder I've ever owned 👍


Quote from: KiwiCol on Saturday, 01 October  2022, 05:15 AM
Quote from: Jeykey on Friday, 30 September  2022, 05:04 AM
Quote from: grog on Tuesday, 19 July  2022, 06:32 PM
Just saw your temps up north. A bit like our normal Summer.
Well @grog I´m not the typical Portuguese that likes hot weather or else I would´ve gone to the UK this Summer, hotter than here down south! I prefer the temp when it´s got 1 digit (in celsius that is).

You should consider a move next to T24 then . . .

Wouldn´t mind ! The wife´s just not into it..


Has your weather turned yet ? Have you had any reprieve from the summer heat @Notty  :confused1: :confused1:
Best allrounder I've ever owned 👍


Oh yes it's back to normal.
Leaves just starting to fall and plenty of showers to dodge.
Recently fitted heated grips in readiness. 
Today it is 12C where I am. 


Global warming  :laugh: Yesterday was our coldest October day for 20 yrs.


Quote from: grog on Monday, 03 October  2022, 06:53 PM
Global warming  :laugh: Yesterday was our coldest October day for 20 yrs.

Remember that as in a decade or so they 'correct the historical record' and it won't have been. They've done enough to other records of daily temps.


Quote from: Eric GSX1400K3 on Thursday, 29 September  2022, 08:54 PM
Just to put all that climate change BS into perspective....

- the climate has been changing for 4 6 billion years on this rock we call Earth..... get used to it.

- one fart from a volcano puts as much co2, sulphur and other noxious gases into the atmosphere that we as a species have done since the dawn of the industrial revolution with all our gadgets.  There are multiple active volcano's around the world constantly spewing into the air and water.

- this planet cannot effectively sustain 8 billion humans.

I'm all for progress and development, but keep the politics out of it, perhaps put them into a volcano....

I'm also prepared to accept that the climate is changing, but am not necessarily convinced that it is solely down to human activity.

Just look at the geology of the land we are standing on, a lot of it was at the bottom of the ocean in pre-history.

OK, it makes some sense not to make things worse and perhaps save ourselves some money if we can reduce energy consumption, but as much effort needs to be put in to managing the the inevitable effects of climate change rather than trying to stop it. King Cnut springs to mind...

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