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   Strategies & Market TrendsTaking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment


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To: teevee who wrote (3767)5/24/2020 4:38:26 PM
From: Doug R
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I can see the headlines now, "WHO admits zombies caused by covid19, President restores funding."

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To: Doug R who wrote (3760)5/24/2020 10:20:38 PM
From: Doug R
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Millions of pounds.
5 million green beans
8 million cabbage

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To: 3bar who wrote (3761)5/25/2020 9:58:59 AM
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You may already have this, if not... hummingbirdcentral.com

Migration maps going back to 2015


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From: Doug R5/25/2020 10:28:31 AM
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Sometimes it's extremely difficult to imagine how deeply brainwashed so many people are:

Is CoVID-19 nature’s way of creating a stable climate? I mean we have not done much for climate change, have we?

Is climatic change having an effect of how quickly COVID-19 is spreading? Can climate affect the appearance and spread of new viruses?

Can the covid-19 be correlated to climate change/global warming?


Are there any parallels that can be drawn between the coronavirus (Covid-19) and climate change?

What's more deadly, COVID-19 or climate change?


Can COVID-19 create a turning point in the fight against climate change?


How might COVID-19 complicate the conversation around climate change?

Is it true that the restrictions from COVID-19 have reversed the trajectory of climate change?

Is there a correlation (and causation even) between global warming and the COVID-19 coronavirus? Is so, can we expect to see more of these diseases in the near future?

What will COVID-19 economic disruptions mean for climate change?


What lessons can we extract from our fight against COVID-19 that we can apply to climate change issues?

If the overpopulated world is causing climate change, why are we worried about Covid-19?

I think Covid-19 happened because the planet needs a break from our careless attitude towards global warming and it has become critical. What do you think?

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To: Doug R who wrote (3770)5/25/2020 10:34:00 AM
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  • Thks ! Haven't been to the link in a few years . Nice to look around and refresh .

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To: Doug R who wrote (3742)5/25/2020 11:04:32 AM
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Back Yard Grill time:
Isn't Memorial Day weekend the official start of summer? A strong weather system swept through Colorado today bringing strong storms with hail but also with snow! Just 15 miles west of Colorado Springs, Woodland Park residents were welcomed to their Memorial Day Weekend with snow! Video includes snowy driving, people walking, shopping, and other snow related activities.

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From: Doug R5/25/2020 12:59:16 PM
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The mainstream media is now bringing out the language "solar minimum". The goal seems to be damage control due to the reality of global temperatures being noticeably cooler lately. Especially in the high media focus, high population metroplexes around the world.


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To: Doug R who wrote (3774)5/25/2020 2:12:20 PM
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100 yr. events and the like:

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To: Doug R who wrote (3381)5/25/2020 6:54:22 PM
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Locusts in India hit the mainstream;


"Crops across much of India have been devastated by swarms of locusts. Numbers of the insects are at their highest for a quarter of a century, and swarms have also struck in the Middle East and east Africa."

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To: Doug R who wrote (3771)5/25/2020 11:07:36 PM
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Crazytown, USA


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