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Torah Kachur
Freelance scientist, CBC radio personality, insatiably curious and a jet-setter-go-getter.
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Torah Kachur Jan 17
Replying to @Militarydotcom
Oh......my........god...... Does anyone associated with space force have any idea what space looks like???
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Torah Kachur Jan 17
Replying to @QJPhillips
have you though? :)
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Torah Kachur Jan 16
Should we delay laundry/dishwashers etc until cold snap ends or do it at non-peak times? And if non-peak... What windows suggested?
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CBC Edmonton Jan 16
EPCOR is asking Edmontonians to reduce their power consumption in the cold weather. What you can do: - Turn off unneeded lights & electronics - Limit use of space heaters, fans, motion detector lights - Delay laundry, dishwashers, etc. and use cold water
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Torah Kachur Jan 16
I'm just saying public transport and walking and biking is great (I also walk EVERYWHERE) but families or seniors or mobility impaired or just people in a hurry can't leave their cars all the time. Parking is necessary but other forms of transport should be easier
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Torah Kachur Jan 16
Devil's advocate here (I took public transport to work today)... If there's no parking how do I Uber my 3 kids to various basketball games and gymnastics lessons.... Do I haul a carseat? Load stroller in -30 onto bus and have 2 kids miss their games? Or kids miss out?
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Torah Kachur Jan 15
Am I missing something? Why don't think multi-multi-millionaires pay their own way?
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Torah Kachur Jan 14
Replying to @Imin200 @tjsmerritt
I know where the worm people are at and we are PISSED
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Torah Kachur Jan 13
Replying to @mattystrand501
Hmphhhfffff.......[censor]>>>>[censor]....
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Torah Kachur Jan 12
Yes..... I am that big of a nerd
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Torah Kachur Jan 11
Replying to @GlobalEcoGuy
Fantastic review of a topic I have followed for a while and we have needed this comprehensive review
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Dr. Jonathan Foley Jan 10
It's easy to get confused about beef, and whether eating it is good or bad for the environment. Here are some ideas that might help sort out the issues.
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Dr. Michael D. L. Johnson Jan 10
SHUT UP!!! There is a Netflix series called Cells at Work and the first episode is called Pneumococcus!!!! Oh I'm live tweeting this!!
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Torah Kachur Jan 10
I simply try to trust those doing the research in the fields that's all! But thanks for your input into a convo between me and my neighbour 😋
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Torah Kachur Jan 10
Have you asked them? I can for you and report back if you'd like. And many are more than willing to engage in questions from people open to evidence
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Torah Kachur Jan 10
I haven't done peer reviewed research in a few years either and do not present myself as an actual scientist so I'm not being hypocritical here
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Torah Kachur Jan 10
And a very vocal minority who hasn't done peer-reviewed research in decades (or really ever) and lies about his association with Greenpeace. I try not to trust liars
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Torah Kachur Jan 10
Replying to @kmsoutdoors @cbcradio
This is my interview that I did for the Edmonton station!
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Torah Kachur Jan 10
Whether you agree or not does not change that these fires are unprecedented in recorded history and entirely predicted by climate change models going back 20 years
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Torah Kachur Jan 10
I spent all week talking to scientists in Australia about it. And have spent years talking with actual scientists from MANY different areas of CC research. Climate change is absolutely a risk factor for these fires. Not the only reason but a contributer
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