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Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought

 
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Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought
For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa’s Zambezi river cascades down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and Zambia for their stunning views.

But the worst drought in a century has slowed the waterfalls to a trickle, fuelling fears that climate change could kill one of the region’s biggest tourist attractions.

While they typically slow down during the dry season, officials said this year had brought an unprecedented decline in water levels.
Zimbabwe on verge of 'manmade starvation', warns UN envoy
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“In previous years, when it gets dry, it’s not to this extent,” Dominic Nyambe, a seller of tourist handicrafts in his 30s, said outside his shop in Livingstone, on the Zambian side. “This [is] our first experience of seeing it like this.


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Re: Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought
VICTORIA Falls As It USED To Be!







Victoria FALLS As It Is NOW! 2019




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Re: Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought
For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa’s Zambezi river cascades down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and Zambia for their stunning views.

But the worst drought in a century has slowed the waterfalls to a trickle, fuelling fears that climate change could kill one of the region’s biggest tourist attractions.

While they typically slow down during the dry season, officials said this year had brought an unprecedented decline in water levels.
Zimbabwe on verge of 'manmade starvation', warns UN envoy
Read more

“In previous years, when it gets dry, it’s not to this extent,” Dominic Nyambe, a seller of tourist handicrafts in his 30s, said outside his shop in Livingstone, on the Zambian side. “This [is] our first experience of seeing it like this.


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Droughts are Gods judgements upon a land or more importantly the people of the land due to sin. South African government says it's ok to kill (murder) white farmers and rape and murder their families so drought is the least of their problems in these last of days.

Climate change?? Is man's describing away the truth!! It's the direct result of sin and it's payment (Death).

Repent and God may heal the land.
Life is short
Death is sure
Sin the cause
Christ the cure!
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Re: Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought
It's normal climate change doesn't exist you commie/tard NWO freak (ect) .... durrrr dwibble.
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Re: Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought
For decades Victoria Falls, where southern Africa’s Zambezi river cascades down 100 metres into a gash in the earth, have drawn millions of holidaymakers to Zimbabwe and Zambia for their stunning views.

But the worst drought in a century has slowed the waterfalls to a trickle, fuelling fears that climate change could kill one of the region’s biggest tourist attractions.

While they typically slow down during the dry season, officials said this year had brought an unprecedented decline in water levels.
Zimbabwe on verge of 'manmade starvation', warns UN envoy
Read more

“In previous years, when it gets dry, it’s not to this extent,” Dominic Nyambe, a seller of tourist handicrafts in his 30s, said outside his shop in Livingstone, on the Zambian side. “This [is] our first experience of seeing it like this.


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 Quoting: Captain Casey Jones


Droughts are Gods judgements upon a land or more importantly the people of the land due to sin. South African government says it's ok to kill (murder) white farmers and rape and murder their families so drought is the least of their problems in these last of days.

Climate change?? Is man's describing away the truth!! It's the direct result of sin and it's payment (Death).

Repent and God may heal the land.
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Re: Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought
Climate change my arse.

Saw a doco back in 71 about the vic falls.

They followed the whole seaseon.

Started in the wet where the falls thundered.

And ended in the dry when....they dried up for some reason.

Weird....
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Re: Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought
Not really the term climate change though. Earth cycles. Tectonics. And the electric universe.

Ocean forming in Africa.
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Re: Climate Change in Action: Victoria Falls Slows To Trickle After Prolonged Drought
How many millions of useless breeders are sucking the water out of Lake Victoria? Could that be part of the problem? It is likely a hundred times more than a century ago and the stupid fuckers keep breeding like rabbits. What is the population of Africa suppose to be at the end of the 21st century? 3 billion? LOL--I don't think so. Global warming will not be the actual problem.





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