And a little taste of what the beginning of the end of civilization might look like. Maggie wrote this book and here she is on TV:
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I was in South Africa for this. No problem with the lights there.
See also this: The predictability of and variation in wind energy at http://scienceblogs.com/gregladen/2012/03/06/the-predictability-of-and-vari/
“I was in South Africa for this. No problem with the lights there.”
If that is what you think it seems you have no more been there than your claim to be a climate scientist was true.
Neil, make yourself clear. Be specific. Also, support your case with evidence. Describe the claim you think I’m making. Also, contextualize my comment properly. Like, for example, indicate if there was humor involved which may have referred to the fact that the US Power Grid does not include the southern Kakahari.
Oh never mind, rather than doing that, just shut up. Thanks.
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