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Title: Chris Packham
Post by: Manwork04 on August 10, 2023, 18:50:09 pm
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/apr/22/chris-packham-calls-for-every-last-person-who-cares-to-join-xr
This utter nob thinks that ďeverybody who cares about the planet should join extinction rebellionĒ. So heís actively encouraging people to go out and join what in my view is a terrorist organisation and go around disrupting peopleís lives.

I hope the idiot falls out of a tree whilst heís Ďbird watchingí (which we all know is code word for being a peeping Tom) and the ambulance canít get through because the unwashed are blocking the road because of him encouraging them.

He also goes on to praise the stop oil tossŤrs for ďsacrificing their freedomĒ. FuÁk off.

Surely this goes against BBC guidelines, but canít see them doing f*** all after they have given Linekunt free rein to say whatever he likes.

Really makes my pÓss boil.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3587 on August 10, 2023, 19:19:00 pm
Try some Propranolol!  ;D


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Manwork04 on August 10, 2023, 23:50:01 pm
Try some Propranolol!  ;D
Try some Heroine 😘


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3587 on August 11, 2023, 07:06:02 am
Try some Heroine 😘
Heroin! Dished out enough Opiates in my career to know better 😘


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on August 11, 2023, 07:24:13 am
I only mentioned his name in jest on the other thread but turns out he is on Mannyís list  ;D
Iíll raise you with Greta Thunberg.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Bingers on August 11, 2023, 07:48:05 am
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/apr/22/chris-packham-calls-for-every-last-person-who-cares-to-join-xr
This utter nob thinks that ďeverybody who cares about the planet should join extinction rebellionĒ. So heís actively encouraging people to go out and join what in my view is a terrorist organisation and go around disrupting peopleís lives.

I hope the idiot falls out of a tree whilst heís Ďbird watchingí (which we all know is code word for being a peeping Tom) and the ambulance canít get through because the unwashed are blocking the road because of him encouraging them.

He also goes on to praise the stop oil tossŤrs for ďsacrificing their freedomĒ. FuÁk off.

Surely this goes against BBC guidelines, but canít see them doing f*** all after they have given Linekunt free rein to say whatever he likes.

Really makes my pÓss boil.


Nice one Manny, I did enjoy that.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Bingers on August 11, 2023, 07:50:10 am
I only mentioned his name in jest on the other thread but turns out he is on Mannyís list  ;D
Iíll raise you with Greta Thunberg.

I'd say it was a no brainer. Can't wait for the Greta follow up, but hope it is original material and not just regurgitated Daily Heil drivel.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: BackOfTheNet on August 11, 2023, 08:33:55 am

Iíll raise you with Greta Thunberg.

f***ing hell, you've done it now. That's right wing catnip right there!


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: CobblerForever on August 11, 2023, 09:25:28 am
"Activists" become obsessed and lose any sense of balance. Packham's autism adds to the problem. He likes irritating people.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3587 on August 11, 2023, 09:53:46 am
Donít mention George Monbiot then


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Tabasco Kid on August 11, 2023, 10:55:13 am
Can I add Jeremy Vine to the list?


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3587 on August 11, 2023, 11:32:50 am
And his brother as well?


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Shoemender on August 11, 2023, 11:38:10 am
Alexander Armstrong, as previously mentioned Jamie Oliver, celebrity chefs in general, Nick Knowles, breakfast TV presenters, weather reporters (just look out the front door).


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DrillingCobbler on August 11, 2023, 11:42:03 am
Can I add Jeremy Vine to the list?

Ill Nibble on this.

His twitter 'outings' of motorists cutting up cyclists really fcuking irritates me!!  ;D


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Tabasco Kid on August 11, 2023, 12:34:18 pm
Ill Nibble on this.

His twitter 'outings' of motorists cutting up cyclists really fcuking irritates me!!  ;D
Cyclists in general irritate me, with their "every lanes a cycle lane" attitude.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Peter Frost on August 11, 2023, 12:54:06 pm
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2023/apr/22/chris-packham-calls-for-every-last-person-who-cares-to-join-xr
This utter nob thinks that ďeverybody who cares about the planet should join extinction rebellionĒ. So heís actively encouraging people to go out and join what in my view is a terrorist organisation and go around disrupting peopleís lives.




So presumably your view would be the same of the suffragettes so  de facto woman should have never have got the vote or even a degree of equality. In many respect their tactics were considerably more violent and disruptive than the JSO group.

Itís interesting when you were in your anti Cardozo crusade (turned out to be correct) and indeed the same for KT/DB (awaiting result) I recall one of your cohorts making the quote ďfor evil to thrive good men simply have to do nothingĒ - and receiving widespread praise from your cohorts.

Whatever you choose to believe about the climate or JSO it is an indisputable fact we are raping the planet using more of the planets resources than we did in the previously millennium at a frightening exponential rate as we become more selfish, more materialistic and more greedy - I donít know the answer but Iím fairly sure the selfish who condemn legal protest, deny scientific fact, couple with perpetuating faux conspiracy theories are leading us to extinction.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Bingers on August 11, 2023, 16:08:18 pm
Cyclists in general irritate me, with their "every lanes a cycle lane" attitude.

In all fairness, other than motorways and some dual carriageways, every lane is a cycle lane, but most of the time, they have to share it with others.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3587 on August 11, 2023, 16:23:33 pm
Never get stuck behind the Welland Valley cycle club, a gaggle of mostly middle aged men who will deliberately block roads by riding 5-10 abreast. They infest the roads around Market Harborough and villages. They enjoy filming their confrontations and post them on the net, and it's always the motorists fault!


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Worthless Recluse on August 11, 2023, 16:59:53 pm
Heroin! Dished out enough Opiates in my career to know better 😘
I'm dancing barefoot
Heading for a spin
Some strange music draws me in
Makes me come on like some heroine




Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Tabasco Kid on August 11, 2023, 17:03:15 pm
In all fairness, other than motorways and some dual carriageways, every lane is a cycle lane, but most of the time, they have to share it with others.
And you try and share a cycle lane in your car, and see what happens.
Try standing in a cycle lane in Amsterdam without risking a volley of abuse, or crossing the road at the junction of King William St and Cannon St in London. The lycra clad warriers do not obey red lights there. And any pavement appears to be OK to use. As you can guess, I do not like the get out of my fcukin way attitude. And they have all got Jeremy Vine in their w@nkbank. Tossers.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: EB Claret on August 11, 2023, 17:18:17 pm
Alexander Armstrong, as previously mentioned Jamie Oliver, celebrity chefs in general, Nick Knowles, breakfast TV presenters, weather reporters (just look out the front door).

I think you've summed it up there.                                                                                                                                                           
                                                                                                                                                                                                             I'm with you there on Alexander Armstrong, the very definition of smugness.

Weather reporter Alex Beresford, He's got bags of chips on each shoulder.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Shoemender on August 11, 2023, 17:36:19 pm
So presumably your view would be the same of the suffragettes so  de facto woman should have never have got the vote or even a degree of equality. In many respect their tactics were considerably more violent and disruptive than the JSO group.

Itís interesting when you were in your anti Cardozo crusade (turned out to be correct) and indeed the same for KT/DB (awaiting result) I recall one of your cohorts making the quote ďfor evil to thrive good men simply have to do nothingĒ - and receiving widespread praise from your cohorts.

Whatever you choose to believe about the climate or JSO it is an indisputable fact we are raping the planet using more of the planets resources than we did in the previously millennium at a frightening exponential rate as we become more selfish, more materialistic and more greedy - I donít know the answer but Iím fairly sure the selfish who condemn legal protest, deny scientific fact, couple with perpetuating faux conspiracy theories are leading us to extinction.

Good post Peter. We all know we are causing immeasurable harm to the planet. We all know we need to do a lot more than we are doing. Governments don't seem to be doing a lot and when certain individuals or groups try to make a stand they are vilified, ridiculed and prosecuted. Whether they're going the right way about it is debatable but at least they're trying.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on August 11, 2023, 17:38:41 pm
Never get stuck behind the Welland Valley cycle club, a gaggle of mostly middle aged men who will deliberately block roads by riding 5-10 abreast. They infest the roads around Market Harborough and villages. They enjoy filming their confrontations and post them on the net, and it's always the motorists fault!

The plod are happily issuing tickets from that footage, so keep your distance.
They should definitely choose the roads they use more wisely.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on August 11, 2023, 17:40:56 pm
Can I add Jeremy Vine to the list?

Whatever Manny thinks Iím in on this one. I canít reach the remote quick enough, whether thatís Radio 2 or the depressing Egg heads. He would have been a good Harry Enfield character.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3587 on August 11, 2023, 17:42:20 pm
The plod are happily issuing tickets from that footage, so keep your distance.
They should definitely choose the roads they use more wisely.

I used to work in Sibbertoft, I retired last year fortunately. I did get stuck behind them once on Longhold rd but passed them at the Clipston turn. Arrogant sh1ts


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Bingers on August 11, 2023, 18:09:12 pm
And you try and share a cycle lane in your car, and see what happens.
Try standing in a cycle lane in Amsterdam without risking a volley of abuse, or crossing the road at the junction of King William St and Cannon St in London. The lycra clad warriers do not obey red lights there. And any pavement appears to be OK to use. As you can guess, I do not like the get out of my fcukin way attitude. And they have all got Jeremy Vine in their w@nkbank. Tossers.

Manny have you hijacked Tabby's account?


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Manwork04 on August 11, 2023, 18:54:39 pm
Manny have you hijacked Tabby's account?
Soon you will feel the powerÖÖÖ.of the dark side.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Tabasco Kid on August 11, 2023, 19:12:50 pm
Manny have you hijacked Tabby's account?
Thats a bit harsh on me. I do actually know Mannys true ID, but thats our little secret.
My loathing of cyclists however, knows no bounds. They are all arrogant gobsh1tes who feel that they are superior to other road users. The ones that like to tell you things like: its not called road tax, its called road fund licence. And then contravene all traffic regulations. Cos they dont apply to them. It aint gonna happen, but I would love to see some form of registration ID on pushbikes. That would shut the fukcers up. In the meantime, I would absolutely hate to meet a vegan cyclist. Worst of both worlds.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on August 11, 2023, 21:53:18 pm
I would absolutely hate to meet a vegan cyclist. Worst of both worlds.


Everyone will be a vegan cyclist (or electric car driver) in two generations time, so I reckon you were born just in time.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3566 on August 11, 2023, 22:01:05 pm
Strange that we have humans now,who don't really care about their grand kids future,

The angry old peeps who spout the  "i don't care view" only do it cos they will be dead before it really hits.so they must be childless

my main concern is how the fukc will i be able to watch Cobblers hoof under 6ft of water



Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on August 11, 2023, 22:23:24 pm

Strange that we have humans now,who don't really care about their grand kids future.


Not all though. I spend a small fortune on not using any single use plastic. Fussy deodorant, the Smol range, got them all. The problem being that without knowing the carbon footprint of anything you buy (single use or otherwise) itís hard to know what actually is environmentally friendly. e.g. as soon as my bleach free, plastic free, tea bags arrive on my Amazon subscription it probably defeats the object. Especially when I see how the guy hammers his diesel van and take the OTT packaging out to the bin.
Iím sure itís all a money maker that lets us feel as though weíre doing our bit.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Peter Frost on August 12, 2023, 06:54:04 am
Not all though. I spend a small fortune on not using any single use plastic. Fussy deodorant, the Smol range, got them all. The problem being that without knowing the carbon footprint of anything you buy (single use or otherwise) itís hard to know what actually is environmentally friendly. e.g. as soon as my bleach free, plastic free, tea bags arrive on my Amazon subscription it probably defeats the object. Especially when I see how the guy hammers his diesel van and take the OTT packaging out to the bin.
Iím sure itís all a money maker that lets us feel as though weíre doing our bit.


Absolutely true and I think there are contradictions everywhere- nonetheless I think irrespective of that if we all consume just a little bit less, are less motivated by having ďthingsĒ itís an attitudinal step in the right direction - danger of getting into old git territory here but when I was a kid we had a 12Ē Black & White TV - now it seems you have to have a huge one in every room and of course itís embarrassing to admit you have anything less than 60Ē - is that really necessary?


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on August 12, 2023, 07:33:55 am

itís embarrassing to admit you have anything less than 60Ē - is that really necessary?


Ooh Matron!


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Manwork04 on August 30, 2023, 11:43:18 am
https://metro.co.uk/2023/08/28/chris-packham-reported-to-police-for-bird-sniffing-19405542/
I much preferred Johnny Morris who gave animals names and funny voices.

If Packham canít be bothered to make an effort, I canít be bothered to listen to his hippy s***e.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on August 30, 2023, 11:51:24 am
https://metro.co.uk/2023/08/28/chris-packham-reported-to-police-for-bird-sniffing-19405542/
I much preferred Johnny Morris who gave animals names and funny voices.

If Packham canít be bothered to make an effort, I canít be bothered to listen to his hippy s***e.


ďbird sniffingĒ Brilliant ;D ;D


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Manwork04 on September 20, 2023, 19:04:11 pm
I see the bird sniffer is on C4 tonight with a show entitled Chris Packham is it time to break the law?
What an absolute w@nker.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Peter Frost on September 20, 2023, 19:35:31 pm
I see the bird sniffer is on C4 tonight with a show entitled Chris Packham is it time to break the law?
What an absolute w@nker.

Relax, look on the bright side - at least now you donít need 7 bins - what a man the Prime Minister is!


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Shoemender on September 20, 2023, 20:23:25 pm
I see the bird sniffer is on C4 tonight with a show entitled Chris Packham is it time to break the law?
What an absolute w@nker.

I hear he speaks very highly of you too.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Shoemender on September 20, 2023, 20:46:29 pm
Hawkwind 1971. Even more relevant today.



https://youtu.be/pG4EF2eYfTs?si=JXXh9TtNy0XDMlqI


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Manwork04 on September 21, 2023, 17:49:53 pm
Relax, look on the bright side - at least now you donít need 7 bins - what a man the Prime Minister is!
I see Stammer is modelling himself on Tony Blair 😂
Captain Hindsight really doesnít have a clue 😎
I see Tory housekeeping has reduced inflation and we wonít suffer anymore interest rate increases by that obnoxious leftist Andrew Bailey.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: everbrite on September 22, 2023, 21:01:14 pm
Not all though. I spend a small fortune on not using any single use plastic. Fussy deodorant, the Smol range, got them all. The problem being that without knowing the carbon footprint of anything you buy (single use or otherwise) itís hard to know what actually is environmentally friendly. e.g. as soon as my bleach free, plastic free, tea bags arrive on my Amazon subscription it probably defeats the object. Especially when I see how the guy hammers his diesel van and take the OTT packaging out to the bin.
Iím sure itís all a money maker that lets us feel as though weíre doing our bit.


Sorry to pick this up so late Dav, Amazon daily delivery vans have been EV powered for at least 12 months.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on September 23, 2023, 07:03:19 am
Sorry to pick this up so late Dav, Amazon daily delivery vans have been EV powered for at least 12 months.

That took a while!
They introduced about 1,000 EV vehicles and make c2 million deliveries a day. Itíll be scratching the surface of their carbon footprint reduction targets.
Range and payload (for commercial vehicles) is a big issue. We have a handful of EV vans, which are placed in very dense areas. With congestion charges and PR benefits it makes sense.
The government keep moving the goal posts as they know we are miles from having the infrastructure and public by in.
Anyone driving EV will know that range anxiety is very real if they are up and down the motorways on regular long trips.
I can get totally free charging (until the government inevitably tax it) and still not quite at the point that Iíd invest.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: BackOfTheNet on September 23, 2023, 07:38:02 am
The company I work for are actually keen to move to EV vehicles as part of our sustainability strategy but we only have 3 DCs and a few outbases to deliver from. This coverage makes our delivery routes quite long and the  current range of the size of vehicles we need to make our deliveries means they just aren't a viable option at the moment.

Technology has quite a way to go before EV becomes a viable option for everyone.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Tabasco Kid on September 23, 2023, 08:16:35 am
Sorry to pick this up so late Dav, Amazon daily delivery vans have been EV powered for at least 12 months.
No their not. Theres a diesel one that delivers just around my way, and likes to chuck his cab rubbish into my recycling bin. Much like they treat their parcels. And a few Saturday mornings ago, there was a whole fleet of them hogging the pumps at the Welly Rd Esso station.
Not for the first time, you are wrong.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on September 23, 2023, 08:22:13 am
The company I work for are actually keen to move to EV vehicles as part of our sustainability strategy but we only have 3 DCs and a few outbases to deliver from. This coverage makes our delivery routes quite long and the  current range of the size of vehicles we need to make our deliveries means they just aren't a viable option at the moment.

Technology has quite a way to go before EV becomes a viable option for everyone.

Exactly that. If you are carrying a lot of tonnage and/or travelling significant stem mileage then itís a no go. Otherwise Iím sure Eddie Stobartís would be full on EV.
Although a lot happens with technology in a short space of time Iím not sure itís the answer or whether itíll be alternative solution.

With the Amazon ones, Iím sure theyíll be concentrated around London and very dense urban areas, probably delivering milk!


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on September 23, 2023, 08:29:40 am
I still find Amazon a logistical miracle. How you can order anything (from thousands of suppliers) and it arrives the next day where you scan a barcode at a locker. Not a fan of how they doorstep parcels. I think Iíve had one issue from hundreds of orders. I wouldnít want to work for them though!
They are some beast and streets ahead.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: singcobb on September 23, 2023, 08:34:04 am
Sorry to pick this up so late Dav, Amazon daily delivery vans have been EV powered for at least 12 months.

I have an Amazon depot near me where they use EVs, they also have a fleet of normal vehicles with petrol generators to rescue the EVs in the evening.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Tabasco Kid on September 23, 2023, 08:39:00 am
I have an Amazon depot near me where they use EVs, they also have a fleet of normal vehicles with petrol generators to rescue the EVs in the evening.
Much like the wind turbines, that have a diesel generator to keep them spinning, on those cold frosty mornings when demand is high, but wind supply is low.  ;D


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: The 12th Marquis of Sixfields on September 23, 2023, 10:06:59 am
I see Stammer is modelling himself on Tony Blair 😂
Captain Hindsight really doesnít have a clue 😎
I see Tory housekeeping has reduced inflation and we wonít suffer anymore interest rate increases by that obnoxious leftist Andrew Bailey.
Have you completely erased this time last year from your mind?


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: singcobb on September 23, 2023, 10:07:40 am
Much like the wind turbines, that have a diesel generator to keep them spinning, on those cold frosty mornings when demand is high, but wind supply is low.  ;D

The amount of energy a wind turbine generates in it's life time no where near covers the amount of energy required for it's manufacture, also disposal of the turbine blades is an issue because of the materials.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Tabasco Kid on September 23, 2023, 10:42:48 am
The amount of energy a wind turbine generates in it's life time no where near covers the amount of energy required for it's manufacture, also disposal of the turbine blades is an issue because of the materials.
I am aware of this, its just a shame that the orange t-shirt mob dont see things the same way.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Manwork04 on September 23, 2023, 12:17:52 pm
I am aware of this, its just a shame that the orange t-shirt mob dont see things the same way.
Itís because most people are sheep and follow whatever is deemed trendy by our left wing media.
They need to go and protest in China, India and the US because anything we do here is like pissÓng in the sea unless the aforementioned agree to meaningful carbon reduction.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Welly Cobb on September 23, 2023, 13:10:46 pm
That's doesn't seem to be true at all? https://fullfact.org/online/wind-turbines-energy/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/christopherhelman/2021/04/28/how-green-is-wind-power-really-a-new-report-tallies-up-the-carbon-cost-of-renewables/?sh=3e375fb073cd

What are your sources on it? I definitely think there's an argument with all green energy that you have to cost in the environmental cost of building it, but the claim that a wind turbine costs more energy to build that it makes up seems to be bogus.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: singcobb on September 23, 2023, 14:18:34 pm
That's doesn't seem to be true at all? https://fullfact.org/online/wind-turbines-energy/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/christopherhelman/2021/04/28/how-green-is-wind-power-really-a-new-report-tallies-up-the-carbon-cost-of-renewables/?sh=3e375fb073cd

What are your sources on it? I definitely think there's an argument with all green energy that you have to cost in the environmental cost of building it, but the claim that a wind turbine costs more energy to build that it makes up seems to be bogus.

Yes so called climate experts agree that they aren't going to kill the goose that is laying golden eggs. The issue with that report is that they quote "decades long lifespan" which is not the case. The turbine blades and their bearings wear out rather quickly and if you fancy a look on youtube you will see the result of not replacing them, added to which the blades cannot be recycled and end up in land fill.
The biggest issue is that Net Zero is nothing more than a way of taxing you and restricting your freedoms. More and more real scientists i.e. not Packham agree that reducing CO2 is actually bad for the environment and increasing CO2 levels would actually help agriculture as plants need it to grow. As for global warming, it exists depending from when you start measuring. There has been a 0.7 degree rise since C1850, yet studies show that since the Middle Ages there has been a drop of 4 degrees.
And EVs charged by coal power are just a way to fool libtards into thinking they are making a difference, because the Eco cost of producing EVs is staggering, let alone the cost in human lives in the cobalt mine in Africa.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3587 on September 23, 2023, 16:03:28 pm
I try hard not to be bothered by the Global warming debate, there's nothing I can do about it and I am not going to be frightened to death by the climate extremists either. In the early 1980's the scientists reckoned that Northampton would be a seaside town and we'd have a warm Mediterranean climate by now!


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: DavCobb on September 23, 2023, 17:11:06 pm
I try hard not to be bothered by the Global warming debate, there's nothing I can do about it and I am not going to be frightened to death by the climate extremists either. In the early 1980's the scientists reckoned that Northampton would be a seaside town and we'd have a warm Mediterranean climate by now!

Ah, so thatís why we planned to build a beach 🏝️

Loving the eco experts. Eat less meat for starters.  >:D


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: The 12th Marquis of Sixfields on September 24, 2023, 10:39:10 am
our left wing media.

eh?


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: guest3587 on September 24, 2023, 11:02:25 am
Ah, so thatís why we planned to build a beach 🏝️

Loving the eco experts. Eat less meat for starters.  >:D
The tide lapping at the shores of Rectory Farm  8)


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Bingers on September 24, 2023, 15:42:48 pm
As for global warming, it exists depending from when you start measuring. There has been a 0.7 degree rise since C1850, yet studies show that since the Middle Ages there has been a drop of 4 degrees.

It's gone up loads since the ice age as well. I think the industrial revolution is probably the right time to measure it against if we are looking at human interference.


The so called climate experts at the University of Liverpool who lecture Younger Boy Bingers reckon that the planet will survive as it will keep on adapting - some species thrive, some die off. Unfortunately humans are fŁcked unless there is radical change to world wide, but particularly Western attitudes.

A more serious issue than votes for women? Yes, probably, but were those evil suffragette law breakers ultimately right? I wonder if those who broke the law to free slaves were also in the right? What do you reckon Manny?


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Tabasco Kid on September 24, 2023, 15:58:19 pm

The so called climate experts at the University of Liverpool who lecture Younger Boy Bingers reckon that the planet will survive as it will keep on adapting - some species thrive, some die off. Unfortunately humans are fŁcked unless there is radical change to world wide, but particularly Western attitudes.
I wouldnt call the Chinese Westeners.



Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Bingers on September 24, 2023, 16:01:39 pm
I wouldnt call the Chinese Westeners.



Western wannabes.


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Melbourne Cobbler on October 23, 2023, 20:51:19 pm
Itís because most people are sheep and follow whatever is deemed trendy by our left wing media.
They need to go and protest in China, India and the US because anything we do here is like pissÓng in the sea unless the aforementioned agree to meaningful carbon reduction.
Pžssing in the sea whilst itís boiling, have you got any idea what that does for global warming?


Title: Re: Chris Packham
Post by: Manwork04 on October 24, 2023, 12:14:21 pm
Pžssing in the sea whilst itís boiling, have you got any idea what that does for global warming?
According to most left wing loonies your sweat will boil first so no need to worry.
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2006/jul/26/science.g2