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Frozen in Permafrost land ....tasman1

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#1 by tasman1 » Thu Aug 09, 2018 22:46

Winter in Tasmania

Cold , wet , frozen , land turning to permafrost

Why Global Warming hate Tasmania , why we can not have extra 20C
How to fix that problem here ? burn more coal is good idea , people can burn more plastic in back yard

Please give us more ideas how to trash this planet so we can save Tasmania

Big Thanks on behalf of all here and do not forget to cut few trees extra to save us here :twisted:
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#2 by dutch1898 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 00:16

Can I send you some of our heat?
Maybe can it and shipped by Amazone's one day delivery?
We are having 35/40 C and over wildfires so plenty heat to spare. :thumbup:
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#3 by tasman1 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 00:30

dutch1898 wrote: Can I send you some of our heat?
Maybe can it and shipped by Amazone's one day delivery?
We are having 35/40 C and over wildfires so plenty heat to spare. :thumbup:




oh heck . better I stay another few days here for now :lol: :lol:
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#4 by Nikorj » Fri Aug 10, 2018 04:37

tasman1 wrote:
dutch1898 wrote: Can I send you some of our heat?
Maybe can it and shipped by Amazone's one day delivery?
We are having 35/40 C and over wildfires so plenty heat to spare. :thumbup:




oh heck . better I stay another few days here for now :lol: :lol:

We also have an very unusual heatwave with up to 35 degrees, And Denmark is starting to look like the outback of Australia (The grass is withering away)

Well that's all.

It's a good occasion to chase blondes, So i'm off ;)
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#5 by alfamart » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:14

I can send you heatwave or hot blonde :lol:
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#6 by BouldRake » Fri Aug 10, 2018 11:58

In the last week, we've had three fires spontaneously start in the middle of dried out fields, and that's just within visual range of the spot I'm standing in right now. The world is literally on fire...or at least was, until the thunderstorms started in the last hour or so. You should be thankful for having a bit of water, frozen or otherwise, while you've still got it.
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#7 by smota9 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 15:20

Summers are getting unbearable in Southeastern Europe. The average temperatures have been rising since, say, 15-ish years ago, but high humidity is worse than high temperatures. It almost seems as if the climate has switched from continental to subtropical.
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#8 by tasman1 » Fri Aug 10, 2018 19:31

Yeah , looks to me that in not so distant future most of us will be frozen or coked ,
Here We did have in summer 30-40 days around 20-22c , now we are down to just 5-6 day , not to mention on that days we have winds from Antartic and it feels like 15C not 20C

P.S. .... I will be frozen and will have a chance to be found by aliens and brought back to life , but cooked folks , hmmm , slim chance :lol: :lol:
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#9 by goroinogashira » Sat Aug 11, 2018 01:19

have you ever been to Hong Kong? Hot and wet in summer, cold and wet in winter.
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#10 by Nikorj » Sat Aug 11, 2018 03:09

The weather certainly has become puzzling.

Last year was the worst summer in decades with not even 7 days above 25 degrees, And the summer ended abruptly in the beginning of August (Remember turning on the heater in the middle of july because it was cold)

This summer on the other hand has been the best(And longest) summer ever since DMI (Danish meteorological institute) started measuring the temperature back in the 1880's.

I expect next summer to be 40 degress and blizzard storm in co-op mode ;)
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#11 by valerie » Sat Aug 11, 2018 09:04

Where do u live in Denmark........country or city?
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#12 by Nikorj » Sat Aug 11, 2018 12:26

valerie wrote: Where do u live in Denmark........country or city?

I live in the capital of Copenhagen (inner city).

Why if i may ask??
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#13 by tasman1 » Sat Aug 11, 2018 17:49

Nikorj wrote:
valerie wrote: Where do u live in Denmark........country or city?

I live in the capital of Copenhagen (inner city).

Why if i may ask??



To try Danish Style Apple Strudel , she like it very much :D
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#14 by valerie » Sat Aug 11, 2018 23:19

Nikorj wrote:
valerie wrote: Where do u live in Denmark........country or city?

I live in the capital of Copenhagen (inner city).

Why if i may ask??

No real reason. It's just pretty there from the pictures I have viewed.
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#15 by Nikorj » Sun Aug 12, 2018 05:38

valerie wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
valerie wrote: Where do u live in Denmark........country or city?

I live in the capital of Copenhagen (inner city).

Why if i may ask??

No real reason. It's just pretty there from the pictures I have viewed.

He he but ii's just so small, And you'll quickly get used to it.

It might sound weird, But being from a small country often makes me feel kind of homeless on the big inernet.

You move to USA and everything get's "BIG" or XXXXXXXL (It's kind of overwhelming), You move to Denmark and everything shrinks "YES" we do like big (But not to big!!!) Be careful there :mrgreen:

USA = Breathtakingly, Big, Mountains, Giant cities that makes Copenhagen look like a giant campus, Deserts, Tropical locations (I could go on forever) How on earth do Americans keep themselves from getting lost????

Denmark = Small, Neat and tidy, Smørrebrød(Dark rye bread with toppings), Baunehøj (Highest point 171 meters), Nearly all attractions located in Copenhagen, 4 cities with a population over 100.000, Sexy people (And very reserved) :lol:

I've seen it all and miss the states, And after a month in the states i miss Denmark and my comfort zone ;)
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#16 by Nikorj » Sun Aug 12, 2018 06:01

And what about you Val?

Country gal or City girl ?
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#17 by Nikorj » Sun Aug 12, 2018 06:13

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
valerie wrote: Where do u live in Denmark........country or city?

I live in the capital of Copenhagen (inner city).

Why if i may ask??



To try Danish Style Apple Strudel , she like it very much :D

:lol: :lol: :lol:

This is what she need (My lunch yesterday)
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#18 by valerie » Sun Aug 12, 2018 09:39

That's a lot of lunch!

What they say here in the States:

'you can take a city person to the country but
you can't take a country person to the city'.

I grew up in Chicago land. We call it Chicago land being the suburbs of Chicago.
Example is Gary Indiana. Although Chicago is in the State of Illinois and Gary is
in the State of Indiana, Gary is Chicago Land since it is so close. So all the smaller
cities outside of Chicago is Chicago Land. I was born in Chicago Land and lived
there until my family retired at which time we moved to the Country.

I'd have to define myself as a country girl if I had to choose one or the other.
That is because I have spent most my life living in the country and small cities/towns
in the Southern States.

The USA is very large. It must be wonderful for people that can travel all over the
world but in reality, there is so much to see in the USA that people could spend a
great deal of their life just traveling within the USA and never see it all.

States I've been and/or lived in:

Indiana
Illinois
Kentucky
Tennessee
Florida
Alabama
Kansas
Mississippi
Mosouri
Georgia
Ohio
North Carolina
South Carolina
Louisiana
Michigan
Wisconsin
Iowa

Probably a few more I have left out but my point is, most people that live
in the USA have never been outside their own State other than perhaps
bordering State.
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#19 by Nikorj » Sun Aug 12, 2018 11:42

'you can take a city person to the country but
you can't take a country person to the city'.

That's a good quote, But i don't think it can be used in Denmark as everyone seems to flee from the countryside and gets
cluttered up in the few big (Danish standard) cities we have, About 1/5 of the Danish population lives in the capital region.

Lived most of my life in a small city named Vordingborg in the southern part of zealand with a population of about 11.000 and moved to Copenhagen about 8 years ago, Also lived a couple of years in Jutland (the biggest of Denmark's 3 connected islands that borders up with Germany).


but my point is, most people that live
in the USA have never been outside their own State other than perhaps
bordering State.

yeah i heard that a lot, But Denmark is also only about 217 miles at the longest stretch you can travel ;)
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#20 by Darkstar2 » Sat Aug 18, 2018 13:22

tasman1 wrote: Winter in Tasmania

Cold , wet , frozen , land turning to permafrost

Why Global Warming hate Tasmania , why we can not have extra 20C
How to fix that problem here ? burn more coal is good idea , people can burn more plastic in back yard

Please give us more ideas how to trash this planet so we can save Tasmania

Big Thanks on behalf of all here and do not forget to cut few trees extra to save us here :twisted:

Global warming my arse ! We have had some of the nastiest winters here for the past years with persistently cold temperatures for weeks on, and I'm not talking -10C, I'm talking -35 ~ -40C nights and even days too sometimes, so much that even the inside heater inside the home struggles. BUT why is this good in a way ? Because precipitations fall in the form of SNOW. Otherwise when it is abnormally mild in the winter it causes freezing rain and/or wet snow and for anybody like me who spends 2-3 hours shoveling snow outside, trust me, you don't want to shovel WET and heavy snow for that much :/ and snow blower does not work well with wet snow. And nobody likes freezing rain either, in land of corruption here, they don't clean / deice / salt sidewalks, only some of the busiest streets.

Global warming seems to do its thing in the summer here, so far this summer has been scorching hot since the beginning, with temps approaching + 35C ~ 40C including humidity factor, so much that I can't wait for winter already :D I'd be glad to ship you some of that heat :D Only have AC in living room, otherwise rooms are hot like ovens, and central AC here costs $60k-$75k + $400 per month extra in electricity so that's not an option.

So yeah I dunno about global warming but summers are getting hotter and winters are getting colder :D
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