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by GuyGadebois
23/07/20, 12:34
Forum : Climate change: CO2, warming, greenhouse ...
Subject : Greta facing the deputies
answers: 356
views: 61564

Re: Greta facing the deputies

Do you have other examples of societies, civilizations, whose members were content or content themselves with "sufficient", without seeking to have more; without trying to have a bigger field, a bigger house, more slaves, etc. (We can limit ourselves to the last two millennia ...
by GuyGadebois
23/07/20, 12:20
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : EPR, to the dregs for EDF and Areva?
answers: 222
views: 82782

Re: EPR, Areva to the dregs?

First of all, it's not just anyone and I don't have the chance to be in the upper echelons to get the real figures. CQFD. Julien Aubert is not in the upper echelons, he is one more puppet without qualification (deputy), a notorious nuclear lobbyist and a proven climate skeptic. Ps: Your ...
by GuyGadebois
23/07/20, 01:27
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : EPR, to the dregs for EDF and Areva?
answers: 222
views: 82782

Re: EPR, Areva to the dregs?

"Mr. Julien Aubert estimated". Ah, well .... how, from what? What is it? Gne? Are you content with "Mr. Julien Aubert estimated" and the multiple uncertainties and approximations that punctuate this cloth? As a former Zetetian, I demand something more reliable than ...
by GuyGadebois
22/07/20, 19:36
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Nuclear power continues in the world
answers: 526
views: 79940

Re: Nuclear continues in the world

Are you not fed up with using this forum as a springboard for your rogue propaganda site ???? : Evil:
by GuyGadebois
22/07/20, 17:33
Forum : Agriculture: problems and pollution, new technologies and solutions
Subject : GMOs good for health
answers: 576
views: 87609

Re: GMOs good for health

strange how some people like to wade through well-felt arguments They must be ignored, they have no other argument than to pass the buck, as in primary school "céstiquidiquié". : wink: And you? Aside from swinging the same lies that you have ...
by GuyGadebois
22/07/20, 17:09
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : EPR, to the dregs for EDF and Areva?
answers: 222
views: 82782

Re: EPR, Areva to the dregs?

ONLY CAN Wind power is expensive WRONG. The State has spent to support this sector with additional remuneration for the actors. The report requested by the Senate from the Court of Auditors, of March 2018, on public support for renewable energies is often cited, in particular the 5,3 million ...
by GuyGadebois
22/07/20, 16:59
Forum : Agriculture: problems and pollution, new technologies and solutions
Subject : GMOs good for health
answers: 576
views: 87609

Re: GMOs good for health

A new flow of well-felt arguments. We have trouble with the truth and the findings? You surprise me.: Mrgreen: strange how some people like to wade through strong arguments, and would like to wallow in them again. Affirms without batting an eyelid the defender / promoter of destruction, of ...
by GuyGadebois
22/07/20, 15:37
Forum : Agriculture: problems and pollution, new technologies and solutions
Subject : GMOs good for health
answers: 576
views: 87609

Re: GMOs good for health

realistic ecology wrote:A new flow of strong arguments.

Are we having trouble with the truth and the findings? You surprise me. : Mrgreen:

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