The Shettleston MSP questioned whether Skye should be included in the legislation, since he claimed it does not have the transport problems of "real islands".Speaking at the Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee, he said: "Was it unanimous that something like Skye should be included because it says that bridges are ignored and yet surely Skye doesn't have the problems of ferries, transport that real islands do?"
also appeared in the press
the media has been honest
Sweden, like the rest of Scandinavian peninsula, is rising
So Luxor can try and be lying to you but the politics show a different honest picture and although he wants to side step it the media has been honest and so too has the voting results.
What's a "real" island can be a tricky question. Intuitively it is a landmass that can't be walked to from another landmass at low tide without getting your toes wet, smaller than a continent, bigger than a skerry. In practice it can be a little more tricky.
...oy! The "rising oceans" trope continues to swamp both memory and science!
This place here neaby is still considered an island, though the road that leads to there runs on an embankment.
Cool. Reminds me of China around Macao.
Cool. Reminds me o' China aroun' Macao. You be sailin' in a high-density urban environment, with 30+ floor buildin's on both sides, only that accordin' t' ghhhhhhhhhgle Maps yar in th' middle o' th' wide blue.
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