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Watching the news from eastern Canada I feel for the people dealing with flooded houses.
Watching them demonstrate in Quebec something has to be done about climate change really got me agitated.
Watching captain crayon getting in the way of sand bag filling saying this is the result of climate change and its only going to get worse.


However then I thought about the facts of the situation.
Those are some very substantial sized rivers there in eastern Canada, nothing like you find on the prairies.
Those big gouges through the land that they call rivers got made by lots of flowing water at some previous time.
Its been that wet before, that's how those rivers were made.
And it will be wet again.
Next time maybe don't build your house in the flood plain or close to the river or lake?

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I wonder if we told these rich SOB's that they couldn't use there private planes, boats, all recreation vehicles no more holiday flights or ocean cruises if they would change there tune. If people really believe all this stuff why are all non essential travel banned until we come up with a solution. The upcoming election Trudeau should lead by example and get his message out by internet, no cross country flights. It cracks me up when these nut cases go to a conference to save the climate and they all fly there some using private planes!! You don't see anyone mountain biking there.

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Next time maybe don't build your house in the flood plain or close to the river or lake?

Funny how our uneducated ancestors were smart enough to know not to build there, but now those places are prime real estate. Funny how it changed when people were able to start getting insurance to get other people to help pay for their stupid decisions.


Seen a news clip a while back where there was a mayor in a city/town somewhere that had finally had enough and put a stop to new development along a river and in the flood plain, I thought it's about time, of course people were mad about it.

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I wonder if we told these rich SOB's that they couldn't use there private planes, boats, all recreation vehicles no more holiday flights or ocean cruises if they would change there tune. If people really believe all this stuff why are all non essential travel banned until we come up with a solution. The upcoming election Trudeau should lead by example and get his message out by internet, no cross country flights. It cracks me up when these nut cases go to a conference to save the climate and they all fly there some using private planes!! You don't see anyone mountain biking there.

And how many of them own smart cars??

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Next time maybe don't build your house in the flood plain or close to the river or lake?

The entire TO, Ottawa Montreal corridor is an ancient outflow from the last glacial period. Vancouver is on one too. Most of Canadas population lives in these areas. There is no tax that's going to offset the earths geology. Maybe warming would be better then so much snow wouldn't build up, the lake would flow all winter and those volumes get to the ocean easier.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Champlain_Sea
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Watching them demonstrate in Quebec something has to be done about climate change really got me agitated.
Something has gone seriously wrong with the western education system. Chicken little syndrome has claimed the minds of these fools!


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But in case I am wrong, I am willing to hear from the experts like this one who recently visited Canada. He has drastically reduced his carbon footprint on his 7 planes and helicopters and huge mansion. Especially when he has to fly up the coast for a hamburger.

https://twitter.com/cathmckenna/stat...93051434840064
That's the great Harrison "We'll be safe enough once we make the jump to light speed!" Ford. The worlds foremost expert on climate change! Cough!

The U.N. must me making it "worth his while!" $$$

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Well, someone in Quebec is talking some sense, just watch how the article does paint the homeowners as victims for only being offered $200,000. But at least Quebec premier is asking why you built there to begin with. And the answer is in the article.

https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/mobile/h...ault-1.4389932


She said municipalities in Quebec rely on property taxes and so have incentives to allow homeowners to build, while it's the provincial and federal government that bail out homeowners of damaged property.

Another issue is out-of-date information.

"Quebec either has old flood maps or no flood maps, so from the 2017 flooding at least we benefitted from that so it forced the government to move, and by 2020 we will have complete flood maps for the province," said St. Jacques.


So, local government benefits from encouraging people to build where they shouldn't, then the reason why they shouldn't build there comes into play (a flood plain floods) and provincial/federal governments declare emergency and the tax payers wealth throughout the country flows in. And media and activist government officials then also claim it is all due to global warming.



Once again, you can't understand and accept the issues if the people are programmed to think climate change. Give Québec premier a pat on the back for being honest.



And the flood plain building will halt for 50 years until people say again "that is awesome prime real estate so let's build there" and will once again be declared emergency when they flood again.
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If there is a doubling effect of CO2 and temperature increases, how thick would a glass dome need to be over my house to keep it warm in winter?

The answer is it doesn’t work that way. It’s too bad that an old man with the right wiring in his head has to teach professionals in their prime so many things they don’t know.

The explanations for this and much more are explained below.

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So did anyone see if yesterday's freezing weather was a result of global warming or climate change?
We had a chill factor of minus 1 but I think down through the Granite Belt and New England was next level cold.
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Guys the carbon tax is really working, can you give a little more?

https://twitter.com/Carbongate/statu...63345863249920

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