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Posso parlare perché ho seguito tutta la vicenda dall'inizio, da quando nel 2014 #Renzi è #Lorenzin ci hanno venduto come cavie da laboratorio a #BigPharma #MacKenzie, nel 2015 iniziano i primi movimenti con diversi focolai di #meningite, ve li ricordate?

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Con la #meningite stavano rodando i motori, dovevano vedere quanti beoti correvano a farsi vaccinare inutilmente.

RISULTATO... Tanti!

A fine 2015 iniziano le prime avvisaglie sul temibile #morbillo, la scusa che porterà a imporre l'obbligo di 10 vaccini ai bambini
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Permafrost thaw is about WAY more than carbon and climate. From impacting caribou to mobilizing mercury and legacy arsenic from gold mining, many thaw impacts are not conceptualized yet let alone understood. Below shows how pockmarks of thaw can consume entire forests. 1/ Photograph of wet thaw features within permafrost forest.
How can permafrost thaw consume whole forests or trigger landslides? The answer is simple yet so complex. Ground ice. Thaw of ice-rich permafrost causes drama. Peek inside permafrost to view gorgeous ice wedges in Alaska's #permafrosttunnel. Stunning. 2/
Ground ice content in the permafrost drives what happens after thaw. Check out this awesome visualization. On the left is what happens when ice-rich permafrost warms up. The literal backbone of the Arctic disappears. 3/
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#Hydronomastics is the study of #hydronyms, the proper names of bodies of water.

It's a branch of #toponomastics, the study of #toponyms (the proper names of places), which in turn is a branch of #onomastics, the study of #orthonyms (proper names).

French / Luxembourghish sign: The River Sauer in Martelan...
#Hydronym and #hydronomastics both derive from Ancient #Greek ὕδωρ / húdōr (water) + ὄνομα / ónoma (name). The Greek island of Skiatho...
#Hydronyms tend to outlast other #toponyms, even when new #languages and cultures displace earlier ones.

#England, #EastAnglia, #Essex, and #Sussex are named for the #Angles and #Saxons; but #Trent, #Ouse, #Thames, #Severn, and #Avon are older #Celtic and #RomanoBritish names. A map showing the main rive...
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