where has he been, under a rock?
23 posts • joined 25 Sep 2010
We should worry about the next ice age as a race, not warming, an ice age would be much harder to deal with, think billions dead!
Global warming is very very easy to deal with, it just so happens that we already have the infrastructure in place to reduce warming at will.
The irony is that the very power stations that are partly being blamed for global warming are
the key to reducing temperature.
The vast majority of power station makes power the same way, they use fuel, gas,coal,oil, nuclear,
to turn water into steam to drive turbines, now after the steam has passed through we employ
cooling towers to condense the water vapour so we don't end up with huge clouds.
All you have to do is bypass the cooling towers and voilà we have as many cloud factories
as we have power stations all over the planet. The resulting clouds block the sunlight and
problem solved! What's more it costs NOTHING to do as the cloud factories already built!
There is no sea level rise !! wake up!
Educate your self, stop being fooled by none scientific bullshit,
if you skew the figures you can 'show a trend' of sea level
rise, it doesn't mean there is actually any rise.
Even if it is true who cares , only idiots by tablets anyway ,you cant do any real work on them, they don't really have a use other than to show off how much money you have to wast on an expensive gadget . I fail to see the point in a tablet at all when a smart phone can do all it can do anyway and it's your phone ! So if your out and about without your laptop and you need to do something 'simple' you can .
infinate battery life ! ?
So these are new magical batteries last forever and have an infinite number of recharging cycles !! ??? I think you should do your home work .
Nissan have conveniently refused /dodged the question every time they have been asked how long these batteries will last in every press interview .
And they say it will only cost you 3 pence per mile or something like that, so much cheaper to run ! Well it is until 3 years later when you have to spend £5000 on new batteries and your fuel saving just goes out the window.