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Indian media asks if floods in Wuhan are deliberate

Indian media asks if floods in Wuhan are deliberate

This could be construed as part of the propaganda war between India and China. However, there are questions here that should be asked. I would count it quite possible that the Chinese authorities might sacrifice lives and communities to save the Three Gorges Dam. Gravitas: Wuhan floods –  Natural or Deliberate? Has China deliberately flooded Wuhan to whitewash all evidence on the origin of the Coronavirus? Wuhan is flooded with water and conspiracies. Here are some other views that put…

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“500-year” flood in New Zealand’s north

“500-year” flood in New Zealand’s north

Whangārei gets 220 millimetres of rain overnight, MetService says The mayor of Whangārei says the rain needs to stop so the city can begin its painstaking clean-up with the MetService saying 220 millimetres of rain fell overnight in the district – a one in 500 year event. RNZ 16 July, 2020 Mayor Sheryl Mai said the extent of the damage will become clearer this morning, and residents will be hurting. “We need some relief now thank you very much, so…

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The spectre of supply chain disruption raises its head with massive floods in China

The spectre of supply chain disruption raises its head with massive floods in China

Floods in China hit global  chains Exporters face disruptions in getting out key items, including personal protective gear supply Straits Times, 16 July, 2020 JIUJIANG/WUHAN • Large parts of China were reeling yesterday from the worst floods in decades, as disruptions mounted for supply chains, including for personal protective equipment (PPE) vital in the fight against the coronavirus. The central city of Wuhan and the provinces of Anhui, Jiangxi and Zhejiang declared red alerts as heavy rains swelled rivers and…

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Zack Labe: The waters round the North Pole are likely to be open water until fall

Zack Labe: The waters round the North Pole are likely to be open water until fall

The melting of Arctic ice, the weakening jetstream and floods – is there a connection? This is the tweet I woke up to this morning. The fairly cautious Zack Labe is saying the whole area surrounding the Central Arctic Basin could be open water while in the past it never was. This could be my own response to this . Here you can see exactly what he is talking about here, The only area that is not essentially ice-free is above the Canadian archipelago and Greenland, although even there the…

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