Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Global warming

Thank goodness that some are ignoring Kyoto or we might be in a new Ice Age.
Grand Forks, N.D., dropped to a record low of 37 degrees below zero Tuesday morning, lopping six degrees off the old record set in 1979, the National Weather Service said.

In northern Minnesota, it was 35 below zero in Roseau and 36 below in Hallock, with wind chills down to 45 below in Hibbing. Just to the north, Winnipeg, Manitoba, also hit minus 36, according to Environment Canada.
And here I was so cold the other night, I put on a long sleeved shirt.

Maybe the CDIW should require school kids to hang out of the bus windows, spritzing Gaea with chloroflourocarbons.

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