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Re: Monsanto Roundup deadly to humans - Glyphosate

Unread Messageby Exnihiloest » 04/01/19, 20:24

izentrop wrote:The individual does not really need it ...

Speak for you, stp.
I am an individual and I need it. My needs, it's me who defines them. You do not need it? So do not use it.
I did not scream at these pseudo-tips asking others to waste their time to do more difficult than they did before without problem. It is a regression for ideological reasons, without any scientific basis.

Our vision of cleanliness and aesthetics goes against biodiversity.

I do not need biodiversity in my alleys.

I know the music of "we'll teach you how to do without". If the lesson was smart, we would not have needed to ban glyphosate.
Those who use it are fully aware of biodiversity and other issues. It is with full knowledge that they use it, it is a choice. The fact that it is prohibited only for individuals and not for professionals is also a sign that the reasons are pipo, it's just to mark the coup with the green activists, a demagogic concession to technophobes obscurantists, a further compromise with the creeping fascism of political activists of anti-development and anti-liberalism.
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Unread Messageby Exnihiloest » 04/01/19, 20:29

Moindreffor wrote:.
actually, we had the skin of glyphosate without preparing its replacement, we will not weeding with gas burns and we will have an increase in fires and accidents by burning, or with boiling water, two large consumers of energy, or with salt, vinegar, hello soil life

Sulfuric acid too, had its hour of glory. It will be necessary to retry, when the stock of glyphosate of the foresighted individuals has been passed.
Ecologists are counterproductive. With them as (self-proclaimed) friends, ecology does not need enemies.
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Unread Messageby Moindreffor » 04/01/19, 21:22

Exnihiloest wrote:Ecologists are counterproductive. With them as (self-proclaimed) friends, ecology does not need enemies.

absolutely
in 1981 their first act of weapon was to stop the large canal project between the Rhine and the Rhone, it is con we could have removed thousands of trucks, it was not necessary to deteriorate the landscape, now we plant wind turbines everywhere and it's beautiful in the landscape : Mrgreen:

ah when ignorance gains ground, common sense goes back
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 04/01/19, 22:37

Exnihiloest wrote:
izentrop wrote:The individual does not really need it ...
Speak for you, stp.
I am an individual and I need it ...
You do what you want at home, I thought professionals "green spaces" who will have to raise their tariffs while polluting more, the maintenance of railway tracks that become an expensive headache ...

Also to conservation agriculture for the management of its cutlery, but I know that CO2 and carbon storage is the last of your worries. : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
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Unread Messageby Moindreffor » 05/01/19, 09:22

izentrop wrote:
Exnihiloest wrote:
izentrop wrote:The individual does not really need it ...
Speak for you, stp.
I am an individual and I need it ...
You do what you want at home, I thought professionals "green spaces" who will have to raise their tariffs while polluting more, the maintenance of railway tracks that become an expensive headache ...

do not worry a little derogation is going to be voted for them
the development of private commercial premises (the private individuals) for the handicapped has been constrained and 10 years for the administrative premises ...

for CO2 compare the emission of this gas for a country like France and compare it to that of China and tell me that the influence of the efforts required to the French will offset the emissions of the Chinese, it's like bailing with the spoon when on the other we fill the hull with buckets
it is the right effect of the Man, France must show the example, but at that time France was the reference
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 05/01/19, 09:47

Moindreffor wrote:for CO2 compare the emission of this gas for a country like France and compare it to that of China and tell me that the influence of the efforts required to the French will offset the emissions of the Chinese, it's like bailing with the spoon when on the other we fill the hull with buckets
it is the right effect of the Man, France must show the example, but at that time France was the reference
I know that the Chinese have gone back into the coal business, but we still have a lot to discover.

I still feel that the virtuous "4 for a thousand" and "phenoculture" will not withstand the populist wave that arranges finance well.
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Unread Messageby Janic » 05/01/19, 10:12

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for the CO2 compares the emission of this gas for a country like France and compares it to that of China and tell me that the influence of the efforts requested to the French will offset the emissions of the Chinese, it is like bailing to the teaspoon when the other one fills the hull with buckets
it's very fair, the behavior of a neighbor can cancel the efforts that are made at home. The huge plastic continents in the oceans are the typical example. So should we stop using these materials and do the necessary work, each at his level, at home, to stop this state of affairs?
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Unread Messageby Moindreffor » 06/01/19, 20:39

Janic wrote:moindreffort
for the CO2 compares the emission of this gas for a country like France and compares it to that of China and tell me that the influence of the efforts requested to the French will offset the emissions of the Chinese, it is like bailing to the teaspoon when the other one fills the hull with buckets
it's very fair, the behavior of a neighbor can cancel the efforts that are made at home. The huge plastic continents in the oceans are the typical example. So should we stop using these materials and do the necessary work, each at his level, at home, to stop this state of affairs?


you can do it for yourself, for your own convictions, but currently, we should stop taking ourselves for what we are not, so there as elsewhere the political, we walk and those who propose the changes on beliefs and not on facts, contribute to the drift towards the wrong solutions

the abandonment of plastic is another subject, nothing to do with glyphosate, the abandonment of glyphosate also goes to an increase in CO2
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Unread Messageby Janic » 07/01/19, 09:58

it's very fair, the behavior of a neighbor can cancel the efforts that are made at home. The huge plastic continents in the oceans are the typical example. So should we stop using these materials and do the necessary work, each at his level, at home, to stop this state of affairs?

you can do it for yourself, for your own convictions, but currently, we should stop taking ourselves for what we are not, so there as elsewhere the political, we walk and those who propose the changes on beliefs and not on facts, contribute to the drift towards the wrong solutions
We can all do it at our level or wait for others to start (cop24!) It's not going to get things done. China pollutes more than us overall, but the ratio per individual may not be to our advantage given all that we consume that comes from Asia, but that we do not produce and if we had to bring back all this production in our country, we would certainly be among the worst students. We must stop all this hypocrisy too easy!
the abandonment of plastic is another subject, nothing to do with glyphosate, the abandonment of glyphosate also goes to an increase of CO2 emissions
everything is connected! plastic bags (origin oil) glyphosate (origin oil) chemical drugs (origin oil) fertilizers, phytosanitary (sic) (origin oil) etc ... about the increase of CO2 with the abandonment of glyphosate, is only a view of the mind without proof as the zigoto of the video that confuses everything and its opposite.
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Unread Messageby Moindreffor » 07/01/19, 18:33

Janic wrote:We can all do it at our level or wait for others to start (cop24!) It's not going to get things done. China pollutes more than us overall, but the ratio per individual may not be to our advantage given all that we consume that comes from Asia, but that we do not produce and if we had to bring back all this production in our country, we would certainly be among the worst students. We must stop all this hypocrisy too easy!

it's good because these countries use polluting and cheap energy that their products come to us, so if they were respectful of the environment, the products they sell would be manufactured here, so it does not reverse everything
Janic wrote:everything is connected! plastic bags (origin oil) glyphosate (origin oil) chemical drugs (origin oil) fertilizers, phytosanitary (sic) (origin oil) etc ... about the increase of CO2 with the abandonment of glyphosate, is only a view of the mind without proof as the zigoto of the video that confuses everything and its opposite.

ah the oil! what a nasty product! : Evil: I will not drink any more ... I will stay glyphosate, good lying a little rain water it seems that it's better
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