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TREMAIN: Cyclones et al

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Cycloning is now part of our education system is it not.

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Back in the day, we learnt in our first term 'introduction to science' class ( physics, chemistry, biology ) that nothing and no-one exists in isolation, that 'matter' can be changed into another form but not destroyed and that cause is always followed by effect.


Newton's Third Law was impressed upon us all that for every action (force) in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction. If object A exerts a force on object B, object B also exerts an equal and opposite force on object A. In other words, forces result from interactions.


It appears that those currently occupying positions of responsibility in government and local bodies have ignored, forgotten, or never learned, natures law of cause a…


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mark. wahlberg
mark. wahlberg
Feb 13, 2023

Replying to kKO'B who said, "After a cyclone people may have to eat dogs and other small animals. Could we use a cyclone to blow Labour/Green/Maori out of office? "


If history is correct, I believe Maori were once cannibals.


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chuckbirdnz
chuckbirdnz
Feb 12, 2023

For anyone with SKY this would be worth watching.


ARE WE READY FOR WAR? Wednesday 15 February | 9:30 PM - 10:30 PM | Channel 85 As China doubles down on its intention to take Taiwan, Sky News presenter Pete Stefanovic investigates if Australia is prepared for war.

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26azula
26azula
Feb 14, 2023
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Thats spooky, right at our backdoor

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After a cyclone people may have to eat dogs and other small animals. Could we use a cyclone to blow Labour/Green/Maori out of office?

Never-the-less our prayers are with those being subjected to the massive storm damage. I have been involved in the Pacific in one. It's going to take more than govt help. It's nothing to do with climate change. Seasonal equatorial winds cause havoc yearly. The past three years El Ninos may have exacerbated the effects too. One part of the planet affects the other so all we can do is tolerate it.

Interesting to see that the outer regions of the city are lesser prepared. More attention is given to the denser ratepayer areas. More widely spread…

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