Most Buildings Can’t Survive 0.7 Degree Fluctuations In Temperature

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6 Responses to Most Buildings Can’t Survive 0.7 Degree Fluctuations In Temperature

  1. Me says:

    That is another brilliant Pipe Dream,had to be a warmist who thought of that, or a 6 year old child.

  2. maguro says:

    Where are the high-speed trains?

  3. Philip Finck says:

    Think of all the whales tangled up in the tentacles. Imagine the massive mines that would be needed, extraction of hydrocarbons, etc that would go into these critters. Guess that is where all the land disappeared to

    My thought is taht you could go anywhere on the earth and find a easier place to build and survive than on/in the ocean. Guess she forgot all about the massive typhoons and hurricanes generated by global warming/cooling.

    How do you anchor one of these critters in a hurricane. Can just see your city `breaking away’ and heading for shore. Maybe massive thrusters………….. powered by a couple of wind mills that unfortunately blew over just when you need them.

    In NS whe have the Nova Scotia Hospital, 7th floor, where she needs to be placed for en extended , heavily medicated stay.

  4. Lance says:

    How come there are fish in the picture too? With all that warming, wouldn’t they all be dead?

  5. bubbagyro says:

    A terrorist’s dream. One well placed mine…

    Who are these Klowns that draw these things? That is not imagination, but a waste of good grey matter.

    BUT, I think I will have to get rid of my Silly Spouting Boat gravatar and use this one!

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