Not by Fire but by Ice
THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!
Discover What Killed the Dinosaurs . . . and Why it Could Soon Kill Us
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So let's talk about global warming
Snow shovels? Sold out. Sleds? Sold out, both thanks to Germany's unusually cold winter, heavy snowfall and icy weather.
And it's not over.
"Forecasts show that many regions in Germany can expect at least another foot of snow this weekend. Even traditionally warm winter holiday escapes, like southern France and the Mediterranean island of Mallorca, came to a frozen standstill at the beginning of the week with up to 3.5 feet of snow.
"Despite some speculation that perhaps global warming is somehow to blame for the odd weather, meteorologists have dismissed that idea.
Let's sneak in some global warming rhetoric here.
34F below average. Must be a typo.
"Other European countries have experienced even higher drops in temperatures this winter, and traditionally warm southern countries, like France and Spain, have been drowning in snow.
"But, many experts see the apparent reversal of average climate conditions as "pure coincidence" and don’t blame global warming for this winter‘s extreme weather."
Oops, there's that global warming thing again.
I wonder. Is it also "pure coincidence" that this winter's
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