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Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Originally posted by Whale Whale wrote:

Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Is that dribble supposed to mean something?

You really are the WORST kind of lefty racist - because you run from the problem and then selectively pretend they are your friend ... if they can brew a decent chai latte that is ...


Pathetic, Doc has taken to calling everyone racist, attack is the best form of defenceWink 

This from the guy who thinks Indonesian deaths are funny cos they are only brown people after all Ouch

That's an interesting lie you've come up with you African Youth hater ... have you taken the time to do anything positive about Majak Daw, or are you still death riding the poor guy ... people like you give Australians a bad name - wait, are you even Australian?Confused

continue with your pathetic doctored lies LOL

am I Australian, resorted to Macca's woeful, dumb ass tactics now , what a sad case you areConfused

How many times did you post to yourself last night in your normal drunken haze Wink
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Hey guys, can we drop the venom & get back on topic? There are many more relevant threads in which to continue with the above Stern Smile
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It is getting warm.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

It is getting warm.


It got once 100 years ago you know PT and when I was a kid I remember a summer when we had to go the pool every day it was that hot.   
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Sounds like a giant leftie(used to be righty) conspiracy Afros.

Those were great times going to the pool every afternoon after school to cool off. The public pool was right next to our school on the way home and a season pass was only $5
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When I was a child and went to the public pool a lot I used to think that when the smell of chlorine was strongest the pool was super hygienic.Tongue Wrong! The stronger the chlorine smell the more people are p1ssing in the pool- or worse in the kiddy pool.Sick
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We won't have public pools soon because of the leftie one world government conspiracy.
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Sorry CNNPT, there are no second prizes ... you know what they say, leftards can't meme ...Embarrassed

I know how these NPCs do your head in ... because you are an individual, right! LOL
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Here, so you won't feel lonely ... 

Image result for we are all individuals npc
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it's pretty hot
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Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

Sorry CNNPT, there are no second prizes ... you know what they say, leftards can't meme ...Embarrassed

I know how these NPCs do your head in ... because you are an individual, right! LOL

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It isn't hot by past standards .

Most areas are repeating what hit us 5 years ago , & 5 years before that & 5 years before that.
Oodnadatta 1960 was a stinker.       2013 was hotter than now in OZ.
Florida 1913 hottest on record ...   All Those Coal fires & Poofy Trains.   



















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The 10 Hottest Global Years on Record
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Originally posted by marble marble wrote:

it's pretty hot

Don't worry, the climate WILL change.
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Just a question. If you where one of the 70% of the worlds population that has NO access to electricity would you be too concerned about how it was being generated ? And secondly, would you be happier sitting around waiting for the more expensive / less reliable renewable option while your neighbor has his from a coal fired power plant ? 
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Originally posted by oneonesit oneonesit wrote:

Just a question. If you where one of the 70% of the worlds population that has NO access to electricity would you be too concerned about how it was being generated ? And secondly, would you be happier sitting around waiting for the more expensive / less reliable renewable option while your neighbor has his from a coal fired power plant ? 


Millions of urban Africans still don’t have electricity: here’s what can be done



Decentralised renewables

Decentralised renewable energy technologies offer an important solution for “under-the-grid” electrification. They are simple, fast and agile. They have short installation times, and offer a reliable electricity service for informal settlements.

Pay-as-you-go solar systems and appliances, for example, can provide a much lower barrier to entry. Compared to the high upfront connection costs noted earlier in Kenya, a 15-watt solar home system costs on average USD $9 per month for 36 months after which point the household owns its system.

The renewable energy sector recognises this under-the-grid market. In fact, about 35% of solar lighting product sales in Kenya are made in peri-urban areas. And it’s a good bet. Evidence shows that the willingness to pay for decentralised renewables is much higher than a grid connection because they are seen as more reliable.

Policies to support decentralised technologies include: integrated energy planning that incorporates these solutions, adopting and enforcing product quality control standards and providing financial incentives – like reduced import duties for products or local loan and grant programs.

https://theconversation.com/millions-of-urban-africans-still-dont-have-electricity-heres-what-can-be-done-92211


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Too many Australians don't have electricity either.

Too costly to turn it on.
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They are lucky in Kenya - the sun shines at night, and even when it is cloudy and raining - oh wait ... it doesn't.Dead

Thousands of new Nuclear and Coal Fired Power plants being built around the world, and we are "saving the planet" by blowing up our SIX (6) plants, and OVER spending BILLIONS on "Unreliables" ... we are flush with "Useful Idiots". Embarrassed
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Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

They are lucky in Kenya - the sun shines at night, and even when it is cloudy and raining - oh wait ... it doesn't.Dead

Thousands of new Nuclear and Coal Fired Power plants being built around the world, and we are "saving the planet" by blowing up our SIX (6) plants, and OVER spending BILLIONS on "Unreliables" ... we are flush with "Useful Idiots". Embarrassed

The guys who make money out of generating power,think you’re wrong.
.....who would have thought.
But congratulations on presenting “evidence” to back up your POV.
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Originally posted by rusty nails rusty nails wrote:

Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

They are lucky in Kenya - the sun shines at night, and even when it is cloudy and raining - oh wait ... it doesn't.Dead

Thousands of new Nuclear and Coal Fired Power plants being built around the world, and we are "saving the planet" by blowing up our SIX (6) plants, and OVER spending BILLIONS on "Unreliables" ... we are flush with "Useful Idiots". Embarrassed

The guys who make money out of generating power,think you’re wrong.
.....who would have thought.
But congratulations on presenting “evidence” to back up your POV.
#Primary School logic

We have covered this before, and all of the evidence is there - AGL is Australia's biggest coal exporter - AGL is also closing down Liddel because they make more money from subsidised "unreliables" than they do coal ... accordingly, they claim that Liddel is worthless, yet, they won't sell it? ... take away the subsidies and there would not be a windmill or a single solar panel on a roof in this country, and our energy prices would be close to the cheapest in the world, not the most expensive ... can you explain why there are thousands of Coal Fired power plants being commissioned around the world, whilst our heavily renewables subsidised industry is blowing them up ... is it money, do ya think???  
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Originally posted by maccamax maccamax wrote:

Too many Australians don't have electricity either.

Too costly to turn it on.

... and yet it is so cheap in the countries that we export coal to ... just say that again and think about it.
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Originally posted by rusty nails rusty nails wrote:

Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

They are lucky in Kenya - the sun shines at night, and even when it is cloudy and raining - oh wait ... it doesn't.Dead

Thousands of new Nuclear and Coal Fired Power plants being built around the world, and we are "saving the planet" by blowing up our SIX (6) plants, and OVER spending BILLIONS on "Unreliables" ... we are flush with "Useful Idiots". Embarrassed

The guys who make money out of generating power,think you’re wrong.
.....who would have thought.
But congratulations on presenting “evidence” to back up your POV.
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Of course this is happening throughout the developed world, even Trump’s America. Providers and investors looking to the future- and it ain’t coal.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/coal-use-continues-to-decline-in-the-u-s/
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What do we expect the life expectancy of state of the art coal fired power plants that are being built now and into the future around the world will be?

Will they need coal?

Will the existing ones also need coal?

Is coal dead?

If so, how will be we be able to give Billions of Dollars to the United Nations and the IPCC under a left-wing government, when our export commodities and income will be slashed, consolidating our recession?

Are Labor and Bill Shorten just hypocritical opportunistic liars, pandering to the Greens then?
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Originally posted by Dr E Dr E wrote:

What do we expect the life expectancy of state of the art coal fired power plants that are being built now and into the future around the world will be?

Will they need coal?

Will the existing ones also need coal?

Is coal dead?

If so, how will be we be able to give Billions of Dollars to the United Nations and the IPCC under a left-wing government, when our export commodities and income will be slashed, consolidating our recession?

Are Labor and Bill Shorten just hypocritical opportunistic liars, pandering to the Greens then?


A blunt post on reality Doc.
Disturbing that so many fools can't grasp what you are saying ,     . While our southern States are shxtting themselves about not being able to power their part of this Sunburnt country.

It isn't Global warming , it is the Australian Summer.      > Like that part of the weather cycle we have had with us for ever.
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HAHAHA   xxx NEWSBREAK 1.00 PM...     Melbourne Power can't handle the overload , so 60,000 Houses to have rotating Power Cuts in this heat today.
       DISGRACEFUL

    VOTE LABOR if that's what you want Australia wide.
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Didn't they also say that Victoria are getting power sent to them as per normal arrangements from SA, who haven't had to turn on any of their diesel generators to take up the extra load because they are generating more than enough from their wind power?
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HELLO!!! CNNPT !!! REALITY CHECK!!!

... BLACKOUTS IN VICTORIA BECAUSE THEY RELY ON UNRELIABLES, I MEAN RENEWABLES!Embarrassed

btw, SA and VIC are sucking power from NSW to limit their blackouts - seems that the wind was blowing in SA though ... just TOO HARD, they had to switch off the windmills!!!LOL
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I am old enough to remember when the Lieberal Party were calling a state of emergency over blackouts in SA. Now only 2 years later in a record heatwave they are pumping power interstate to prop up Victoria. 

More batteries and windmills is the clear clean message here.
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

I am old enough to remember when the Lieberal Party were calling a state of emergency over blackouts in SA. Now only 2 years later in a record heatwave they are pumping power interstate to prop up Victoria. 

More batteries and windmills is the clear clean message here.

       Rubbish PT and surely you must know that.

Vic demolished their coal fire powered plants and are now paying the price.
Still they are croaking renewables saved them today.

        Labor never learn and their supporters deserve what they are getting.
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