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Lara
Sep-02-2017, 09:31 GMT
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Paul Simon and Edie Brickell have pledged $1 million to Hurricane Harvey aid, with the donations focusing "on the smaller towns surrounding the Houston area. Medical emergencies and restoration of homes are seen as priorities," the couple said in a statement. The full details of the donation will be revealed next week.

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Klausi
Sep-02-2017, 17:08 GMT
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Great!

It is so sad that Mr. Trump and Mr. Putin don`t realize the changes in worldwide climate.

And Nobody knows which is the amount of Co2 and Methan we could allow or whether it is to stop at all.

In Germany after the Tsunami in Japan we decided to stop all nuclear energy, which is the most stupid decision ever. We have no earthquake to fear.

So we will have to produce energy from coal and oil and the so named "climate for good" sources like wind and solar power, which is nonsense in our geographic situation.

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Håkan
Sep-05-2017, 07:29 GMT
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To claim that a single natural disaster has been caused by mankind is probably also "the most stupid decision ever".

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Klausi
Sep-06-2017, 13:55 GMT
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What?

Single?

Even in Germany we have extreme wheather with rain and tornados.

Glaciers are melting worldwide and certainly don`t come back. An important source for water without salt.

It would be nice if the water from Houston could be used to stop fire near Los Angeles.

Look at the statistics of the big insurance companys who are responsible for elementary damages.
The number is rising and the amount they have to pay depends on where it happens and whether the people have signed a policy.

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Klausi
Sep-06-2017, 14:04 GMT
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And what do you think will happen if all 7,5 Billion people in the world will
have nearly the standard of living that we have? They deserve it.

In 1930 we had 2 Billion people worldwide. 1800 about 1 Billion.

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Glnk
Sep-07-2017, 18:32 GMT
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https://http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/paul-simon-and-edie-
brickell-on-their-1m-pledge-for-harvey-relief/


https://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erFdXQGORKk

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Glnk
Sep-07-2017, 18:36 GMT
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https://http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/paul-simon-and-edie-
brickell-on-their-1m-pledge-for-harvey-relief/


https://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erFdXQGORKk

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Håkan
Sep-08-2017, 13:02 GMT
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Extreme weather has been happening ever since history began. You can't pick one incident and claim that this was caused by climate change. I think all serious researchers agree on at least that.

If the glaciers are melting why is not the water level increasing?

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Bodo
Sep-08-2017, 19:41 GMT
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All serious researchers agree on the fact hat extem weather conditions increased over the last years. Has nothing to do with 1 incident.

BTW: 2nd Hurricane now, and another "never seen before" Hurricane...

And: Water level is increasing.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Trends_in_global_average_absolute_sea_level,_1880-2013.png

Alpine glaciers are melting, but their water amount is neglible on the oceans.
When Antarktis melts, 3000meters of ice will melt away

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Håkan
Sep-11-2017, 09:59 GMT
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>When Antarktis melts, 3000meters of ice will melt away

So when will this happen? There has been talk about this for many years now... Sometimes I read news that the ice on Greenland is increasing.

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Klausi
Sep-11-2017, 11:01 GMT
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Hello Hakan, be patient!

The worldwide temperature of air and water is rising faster than expected, but a couple of years will remain not for all, but still a lot of people to enjoy what they have.

And who - except Paul Simon - cares about the others?

Yesterday Italy was suffering, before that Switzerland, but alltogether less people died than in other countries.

But a lot of damage there too.

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Håkan
Sep-11-2017, 11:16 GMT
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It was warmer than now in the Bronze age and during the Roman Empire. I wonder what caused that?

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