Could you please be more specific. Do you hint at that there is no ozone hole, or that cancer rates are not higher than last century? Or something else?other than straight up lies
So, what are they reporting? linkie please. ^.^That's not what the BBC are reporting.
Well, I rather have false positives, than false negatives (having it, and the test not registering as having it). So I wouldn't call it useless per se.While the tests are fairly useless at present in telling who has it
Remember the time before we knew aids? All recorded deaths were from something else. Still are, actually, as aids does not kill you.then when you die you can and have been recorded.
Your claim about their being gases in wind turbines that are worse for the environ,ment than chloroflurocarbons. Obviously it costs energy to make them, and the latest problem I've heard of is that they have no idea yet how to recycle the blades which are made out of carbon fibre and fiberglass, but that's a relatively small problem to have, and in terms of the energy cost, that is only an offset against the massive amounts of free energy they create in use.Could you please be more specific. Do you hint at that there is no ozone hole, or that cancer rates are not higher than last century? Or something else?
You ask, and I provide.So, what are they reporting? linkie please. ^.^
The gas is called SF6 (Sulphur hexafluoride), and I provide a link to the BBC website, since you find them reliable: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-49567197Your claim about their being gases in wind turbines that are worse for the environment than chloroflurocarbon
What the article does not say, is that the gas escapes during normal usage, and the turbine needs to be refilled with it if you do not want dangerous explosions.However, the significant downside to using the gas is that it has the highest global warming potential of any known substance. It is 23,500 times more warming than carbon dioxide (CO2).
Just one kilogram of SF6 warms the Earth to the same extent as 24 people flying London to New York return.
It also persists in the atmosphere for a long time, warming the Earth for at least 1,000 years.
At least CFC's get naturally destroyed over time. Like radioactive material. The SF6 is like non-degradable plastic.How damaging to the climate is this gas?
Concentrations in the atmosphere are very small right now, just a fraction of the amount of CO2 in the air.
However, the global installed base of SF6 is expected to grow by 75% by 2030.
Another concern is that SF6 is a synthetic gas and isn't absorbed or destroyed naturally. It will all have to be replaced and destroyed to limit the impact on the climate.
Ah thanks, I'd forgotten about the SF6 issue. At least the EU is trying to put a limit on it.The gas is called SF6 (Sulphur hexafluoride), and I provide a link to the BBC website, since you find them reliable: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-49567197
What the article does not say, is that the gas escapes during normal usage, and the turbine needs to be refilled with it if you do not want dangerous explosions.
At least CFC's get naturally destroyed over time. Like radioactive material. The SF6 is like non-degradable plastic.
The government of Italy, as everyone knows, has locked down the whole country of 60 million people. So how many Italians have died from COV? Even by the standards of the useless and misleading diagnostic tests?
As far as the Italian Higher Institute of Health knows, at this point:
Try to wrap your mind around that.
And there is the crux of the problem. The figures do not match. So who is lying? The Italian Doctorate that analyzed each death certificate and came to the conclusion that diminished oxigen intake due to the flu caused another illness a patient had to flourish and kill it's host... and classify the cause of death being that "another illness", or that other team that bunch them all up and say it's the flu's fault.Try 627. JUST Today.
Germans prove to be just as stupid.
Is that the money every Aussie gets or something individual?
Superannnuation: a definition
Australian Taxation Office defines super as “A system where money is placed in a fund to provide for a person's retirement.”
Oh, come one... that video is already approved of being full of false assumptions: