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  1. #101


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    Thank you Mike.

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  2. #102


    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Ismail View Post
    I will be glad to have rain here. Been months we got no rain
    I thought Asia had monsoons for 11 months and sun for 1? No?

    A drought here in the U.S. for thw most part this summer. I hate to say it, but we had a lot of rain in the north woods of Wisconsin.
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  3. #103


    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    I thought Asia had monsoons for 11 months and sun for 1? No?

    Nope that's the UK
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  4. #104


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    I blame H.A.A.R.P.
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  5. #105


    Quote Originally Posted by z3r010 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    I thought Asia had monsoons for 11 months and sun for 1? No?

    Nope that's the UK
    Hi there, z3r010. Welcome to EF. Are you new here?

    Lots of rain in the UK this summer? Lots of snow last winter if I remember correctly.

    They say food prices will rise here do to the drought. Not exactly good when trying to kick start our economy.
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  6. #106


    Quote Originally Posted by TypeR View Post
    I blame H.A.A.R.P.
    I read on that. A Tesla discovery. You could be correct. Not good to play around with nature.
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  7. #107


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    Quote Originally Posted by z3r010 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HippsieGypsie View Post
    I thought Asia had monsoons for 11 months and sun for 1? No?
    Nope that's the UK
    True.
    Indonesia precisely at equator line and suppose to have tropical climate. Mostly rainy from September to March, and less rainy from March to September. But heck it doesn't work that way anymore for the last decade.
    Now, less less rainy. Once rainy season comes, flooding everywhere.

    Quote Originally Posted by TypeR View Post
    I blame H.A.A.R.P.
    Yeah, people around the world've been questioning it.
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  8. #108


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    Sheesh Kevin! I do understand the rain is needed for agriculture, BUT the less flooding is also better, and I think hand watering so to say, like back in the old days where workers directed water to the crops would also work. BUT Kevin, you have to remember I am saying this only because I'm assuming the water is available/accessible there. Meaning they have Water Plants/Damns/Reclamation centers to get water to the crops.
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  9. #109


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    Hi Mike.
    We do have all means in preserving water. Some did sacrifice their land, even the a whole city to be converted into huge dam in which water comes from several big rivers. But rivers have water mainly from rain forest that preserve water also. The problem here, so many greedy company in collusion with many high rank government "p*gs" have been cutting down trees for their own personal interest (money). So, first problem, less water to preserve. Second, once heavy rainy season say hello, the forest less capable to hold and preserve it, all falling water go directly down the hill bathing thousand acre of living area.

    Now some traditional farmer getting smarter, watering the crops using deep well pump. But when it is now numbered to hundreds, even thousands, this over exploitation neglecting the rule of deep well pump use. Then we just expect another disaster is imminent. Sea water as high corrosive matter now starts approaching the underneath city construction.

    Just imagine how people destroy their own world.
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  10. #110


    Here's a good way to revive this thread -> Happy Birthday, Arpan! Let's party!!!

    I'll have to let Arpan tell us how many candles go onto the cake, if he so chooses, of course. That may be a private matter for him. Understandably so.
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