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Lockdown On Negative News

Post by Miles » April 6th, 2020, 5:23 am

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The human race undoubtedly has some serious issues to confront in these troubled times.
I don't refer to great hoaxes like climate change and governments deliberately destroying economies but more to do with the barrage of negative news.
News should be a relaying of accurate information.
It should not be a subconscious programming of all to live in fear and panic.
Whilst we are all bombarded with negative news, please don't forget that you can't have negative without positive.
The world is full of good news.
The same applies to the Norfolk Broads.
Just like planet Earth, the Norfolk Broads has existed through countless calamities.
Ice ages, tsunamis, sea level changes, world wars and economic debacles.
The Norfolk Broads is not going anywhere in our lifetimes with or without viruses.
If anything maybe the waterways and the wildlife can truly benefit from this rapidly diminishing boat season.
Just like a field being left to lie fallow to replenish itself.

It's not all bad news, you just got to change perspective.
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Re: Lockdown On Negative News

Post by Watershed » April 6th, 2020, 7:16 am

Not sure the Norfolk Broads has survived Ice ages!

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Re: Lockdown On Negative News

Post by Miles » April 6th, 2020, 12:49 pm

Lol...
I don't refer to the actual peat diggings but the broads in a general term.
Beeston Bump is a tell tale sign that a glacier once sat on top of this area and most likely across the North Sea.
Once that melted, the BA came out and stuck some yellow sticks in the rivers and said, pay me!. :D
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