French politics: what future for Macron (and France) and why?

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by Christophe » 30/10/22, 18:25

Otherwise what is the ecological problem with the basins exactly?

We talked about it, I don't know where, but I didn't follow... Isn't it ecological to dab the winter water for the rest of the year?

A pond, a lake is not green either suddenly? : Lol: : Shock: : Lol: : Shock:

Ah, but youth has to happen...(= spend your time and energy on things that aren't necessarily intelligent...)
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by Christophe » 30/10/22, 18:50

Water and earth are very dangerous, you have to protect yourself with balaclavas, goggles and masks...preferably black ones...

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A Belgian article: https://www.rtbf.be/article/france-enco ... t-11095549
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by Obamot » 31/10/22, 02:46

Aren't the crevures especially the journalists, who by cutting indiscriminately the essential detached from the context, we throw oil on the fire by creating divisive and fake content?
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by Remundo » 31/10/22, 06:37

we had the fine flower of anarco-leftism in Sainte Soline...

95% of these little Sunday rebels are fed by modern agriculture. They will be less loud if the fields are not irrigated and the supermarket empty...

Let them feed in old-fashioned self-sufficiency and we'll talk about it again...
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by Christophe » 31/10/22, 08:49

Like 95% of anti-nukes who heat up with the atom...(at least their ECS)...

Christophe wrote:Ah, but youth has to happen...(= spend your time and energy on things that aren't necessarily intelligent...)


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by Remundo » 31/10/22, 09:39

a parody... not so caricatural... : roll:

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by gildas » 31/10/22, 10:14

Remundo wrote:we had the fine flower of anarco-leftism in Sainte Soline...

95% of these little Sunday rebels are fed by modern agriculture. They will be less loud if the fields are not irrigated and the supermarket empty...

Let them feed in old-fashioned self-sufficiency and we'll talk about it again...


Basins in favor of intensive agriculture... This is intensely debatable...

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by Remundo » 31/10/22, 10:31

any great project is debatable.

Most regions in France have enough rain to do agriculture, but on condition that you retain the water when it falls without letting it run off. I had exactly the same problem with my OPALE. The surfaces of my roofs captured enough water to water and cool the roof, but only if I had tanks big enough to store it.

we are almost 80 million French people in a territory of 550 km² and we want to feed ourselves, export and even have some "energy" crops.

The beautiful leftist souls even hope to feed and care for the third world at home.

Other leftist souls (but not exclusively) are very advanced in crude vegetable oil for their Diesel.

And 3/4 of the population has become artificial in urban areas with the only horizon being the supermarket for food and declining purchasing power.

For many reasons, from a technical point of view, we are therefore forced to increase agricultural yields.

We cannot deprive ourselves of all crops, even water-consuming ones.

Creating artificial lakes does not seem scandalous to me, even if we deplore, as with dams, that they have an ecological impact.

But the same donkeys who deplore everything live in houses, generally of more than 50 m² and use km² of roads which permanently prohibit animals and insects from developing there.

Human populations inherently have an ecological impact, including utopian and anti-capitalist ultragoche.

I repeat: these little Sunday rebels must live according to their precepts. It is not a question of breaking the cop or setting fire to the clown Jadot. That they live in food autarky, it will channel their energy...
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by izentrop » 31/10/22, 23:38

An impact study had very favorable results
It appears, according to the summary of the document, that the winter withdrawals for the filling of the substitution reserves would have a negligible impact on the groundwater and the flow rates of the rivers. The project would even allow an overall improvement in the level of the water tables in spring-summer​, the depth of the surface of the water table being able to increase by several meters in the zones where important summer withdrawals are substituted​.

"Clear" results
With regard to rivers, the results of the BRGM simulation show a positive effect in spring-summer, of the order of +6% increase in flow at the outlet of the basin for the month of July. According to Léna Abasq, hydrogeologist specializing in modelling, for rivers such as the Mignon, an increase in flow of around + 40% could be achieved compared to the flow observed between 2000 and 2011. And on other rivers, the droughts known on certain sections could be less severe and shorter in time.

Enough to bring… water to the mill of the Coop de l'eau. These results are without appeal, reacts its president, Thierry Boudaud. The subject is passionate. The water resource is under pressure. It is a reality, and one of the greatest challenges of our century. It is important to have a solid scientific base and shared knowledge to do education and make it accessible to citizens.
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by Remundo » 01/11/22, 12:00

This seems realistic to me at first approximation.

this is the principle of the "dam" on the flows. Without the inconvenience of damming a river.

at times it rains far too much, and without storage, the water runs off (all the more so because of the absence of hedges and forests in the large mechanized fields, and a fortiori urban areas with impermeable soils). Then flows are found in streams and rivers that fleetingly swell (and potentially flood!).

At these times it is necessary to store.

This stock makes it possible to further regulate the flow in dry periods, to supply agricultural irrigation by pumping less on the water table.
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