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Comment on Extreme variability: local climate change right now by John Bell.

I am a professional climate change expert of long experience. Having lived through 70 years of the climate changing, my professional opinion is that there is no possible way we mere humans can change the climate to make it do what we want it to do. The Earth will continue to turn on its axis and revolve around the sun or whatever it has done in the solar system for countless eons. There will continue to be threats from rogue asteroids, cataclysmic forces and alien bodies from other planets, including Collingwood types, until Hell freezes over. My professional advice to the Disciples of the Church of Climate Change who predict Climate Doomsday is best summed up in the immortal words of Lesley Birchuse and Anthony Newley: STOP THE WORLD, I WANT TO GET OFF!

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Extreme variability: local climate change right now
Dear Evelyne
Yes! I’m on the list alright! You must have missed the page listing.
Just turn to the listing – under “Laugh Gene Real Life”. Up there in lights next to Dennis Waterman. What about you? You sound like an Expert of some sort. You gotta be on a list, surely?


Extreme variability: local climate change right now
Dear Matto
The point being, is that while we should all look of course to improving our immediate environment with innovative bio-diversity initiatives discussed in Kieran’s article, the misleadingly named “climate change” global debate has gone way off track, hijacked by the alarmist Prophets of Impending Doom, way beyond any rational or scientific discussion of a balance between the the control of human pollution factors versus the control of unstoppable factors of Mother Earth natural forces and the the Universe. For example, one of the myriad of Unstoppable factors is the sudden eruption of a volcano…say…in the Pacific…on a major fault line…no one seems willing to look honestly at this balanced exercise of due diligence.. …I reckon a heck of a lot of reasonably-thinking ordinary people are hanging out for such a global debate…but it will not happen…you and I both know that….. because it is lost in an emotive haze of Believers versus Non-Believers…Us versus Them


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If juvie detention centres in the NT are bursting at the seams with teenagers who assault guards, surely this tends to suggest that around the country, this age group is in serious danger of breaking down the sovereign borders of restraint and authority’s control.


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@ Alex Nelson. Thank you Alex. It was a very sad situation. I have often wondered about the two young lads who found him and how they must have felt.


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This brings to mind the finding of a human skeleton in the early 70s.
Up on the cliff face of the MacDonnell Range near Heavitree Gap, stuck in a cleft, an old .22 by his side, ragged remnants of clothes, with pre-decimal currency in the pocket.
He had been looking out over Sadadeen for quite a number of years, discovered by young lads climbing.
I cannot recall if identity was ever established, whether it was suicide or an accident.


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@ Carly. Your rather crass comment is perhaps better suited to the Twitteratti social comment medium, rather than in this respected cyber news medium?


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Strewth. A Federal prison in the Alice. The mind boggles. It could be filled immediately with Feddie ratbags and bushrangers for whom warrants are still outstanding from Traeger Park days of the 60s, 70s and 80s.
I can think of a few lads to be cell block chiefs. And then there are the Eover boys, the Pioneer lads, the Soupies … the place will be chockablock in an eyeblink.
They will have to throw away the keys.


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