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I'm on vacation this week, but here's what is happening on the tracks we use:

https://www.wcvb.com/article/massachuse ... g/45107522
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Holy shit, that's not going to be an easy fix.
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Admin wrote: Thu Sep 14, 2023 6:18 pm Holy shit, that's not going to be an easy fix.
And currently Lee is aiming for the New England coast. That's not going to help.
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I see there's been some weather in NSW & Sydney over the weekend.

Only 10 degrees C above normal for September - nothing to see.

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More vaccine corruption has emerged. This time, whistle blower alleges CIA bribery in the handling of origin data.
Curious if the folks here are planning on getting the new shot(s).
Touchy subject.
So what.
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Yes, I am planning to get the vaccinations that are medically recommended for people of my age group and demographic.
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stanky wrote: Mon Sep 18, 2023 2:59 am More vaccine corruption has emerged. This time, whistle blower alleges CIA bribery in the handling of origin data.
How does the origin of covid have anything to do with vaccines?

Do you even understand that the two are completely unrelated?
stanky wrote: Mon Sep 18, 2023 2:59 am Curious if the folks here are planning on getting the new shot(s).
A very funny thing happened with the bivalent vaccine. It was supposed to protect against the omicron variants, but didn't. In a strange twist, it provides excellent protection against the currently dominant strain, so well worth getting.

Since you don't believe the vaccines work, don't bother getting one.
stanky wrote: Mon Sep 18, 2023 2:59 amTouchy subject.
Not touchy at all.
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stanky wrote: Mon Sep 18, 2023 2:59 am More vaccine corruption has emerged. This time, whistle blower alleges CIA bribery in the handling of origin data.
Curious if the folks here are planning on getting the new shot(s).
Touchy subject.
So what.
what happened to fun stanky?

https://www.instagram.com/reel/CtxsvvGA ... E5YQ%3D%3D
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And there it is.

Summer of severe heatwaves predicted as Bureau of Meteorology declares El Niño
The Bureau of Meteorology has declared two major climate drivers linked to hot, dry conditions are officially underway in Australia, prompting further warnings that extreme heatwaves will hit this summer.

After months of anticipation, the bureau has confirmed the world's most consequential climate driver, the El Niño weather pattern, is active over the Pacific for the first time in eight years.

At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, the bureau also announced the lesser known, but also significant, climate driver, known as a "positive" Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), has also developed.

The onset of the two major climate events means the remaining months of 2023 in Australia are likely to be hot and dry, particularly in the eastern states.

Combined with the background warming of climate change, climate scientists have warned Australia could be in for a summer of severe heatwaves.
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arthwollipot wrote: Tue Sep 19, 2023 5:32 am And there it is.
They've been a bit slow to the party.

Hot and dry in Australia! Nobody saw that coming.

It's times like these it's good to be living on an isthmus - it gets hot here, but the maximum possible is about 33 deg. An ocean either side is a good limiting factor.

I'm picking we're going to see a lot of heat records broken this summer. The Met Service here is predicting 29 degrees for Hawke's Bay this weekend. The highest temperature ever recorded in September in North Island is currently 27.7, so that could get smashed.
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