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    (Original post by jneill)
    You said "It's normal for small countries to have much higher per capita emission."

    I just showed it's not normal.
    Normality is not established by exceptions, but the norm.

    The countries with the highest carbon emission per capita are as follow:

    1. Qatar
    2. Trinidad and Tobago
    3. Curacao
    4. Kuwait
    5. Bahrain
    6. Dutch Sint Maarten
    7. Brunei Darussalam
    8. Luxembourg
    9. UAE
    10. Saudi Arabia
    11. United States
    12. Australia
    13. Oman
    14. Gibraltar
    15. Kazakhstan
    16. Estonia
    17. New Caledonia
    18. Mongolia
    19. Canada
    20. Turkmenistan

    It's quite clear whether it's normal for smaller countries, especially those in the Middle East, to have a high per capita carbon emission.

    You can of course disprove this by averaging the number for all small countries, as that'd be another norm.
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    RIP Somalia :rofl:
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    Hell why not get rid of the entire world while we're at it!
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    Hell why not get rid of the entire world while we're at it!
    Now that's the kind of anarchy I can get behind.
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    (Original post by SkyRees)
    Now that's the kind of anarchy I can get behind.
    Lets burn it down :rofl:
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Normality is not established by exceptions, but the norm.

    The countries with the highest carbon emission per capita are as follow:

    1. Qatar
    2. Trinidad and Tobago
    3. Curacao
    4. Kuwait
    5. Bahrain
    6. Dutch Sint Maarten
    7. Brunei Darussalam
    8. Luxembourg
    9. UAE
    10. Saudi Arabia
    11. United States
    12. Australia
    13. Oman
    14. Gibraltar
    15. Kazakhstan
    16. Estonia
    17. New Caledonia
    18. Mongolia
    19. Canada
    20. Turkmenistan

    It's quite clear whether it's normal for smaller countries, especially those in the Middle East, to have a high per capita carbon emission.

    You can of course disprove this by averaging the number for all small countries, as that'd be another norm.
    Das it mane
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    (Original post by retro_turtles)
    Lets burn it down :rofl:
    The question is, where do we put the pipe bombs first? :rofl:
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    (Original post by SkyRees)
    The question is, where do we put the pipe bombs first? :rofl:
    Thats a tricky question
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Why so much hate for NZ? Gotto be one of the most beautiful countries in the world

    Indeed.Australia is a much better choice.One nuke would probably rid the world of most of its venomous snakes and spiders as they all seem to live there.Might even get rid of some sharks and crocodiles if we're lucky.
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    (Original post by Robby2312)
    Indeed.Australia is a much better choice.One nuke would probably rid the world of most of its venomous snakes and spiders as they all seem to live there.Might even get rid of some sharks and crocodiles if we're lucky.
    hopefully the box jellyfish and blue ring octopus too! All my family live in southern aus though so lets keep the nuke central..
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    Asia: Russia
    Africa: South Africa
    Europe: U.K.
    North America: Murica
    South America: don't know any countries here
    Oceania: Australia?
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    Asia - Saudi Arabia
    Oceania - Indonesia
    Europe - Russia
    Africa - Egypt
    North America - Belize
    South America - Argentina
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    Asia - Saudi Arabia
    Oceania - idk
    Europe - Latvia
    Africa - Tunisia/Algeria
    North America -USA
    South America- Uruguay
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    (Original post by Aerospengie)
    I couldnt give less of a **** my friend
    The industrial stuff they produce is crap, the rest of it is consumerist trash
    it's a mistake of a country with awful history and it needs eliminating
    Careful with that edge.
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    Asia - North Korea
    Oceania - New Caledonia (less casualties)
    Europe - Russia (probably the one place I don't feel I can ever visit)
    Africa - South Africa (history's too dark)
    North America - USA
    South America - surprise me
 
 
 
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