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Global warming, god save Texas

When living in Texas, it was always 500 degrees.  A good test is to see what the temparatures are over the next couple of months, especially El Paso.  Already, today in Georgia the temp is 15 degrees over the norm.
Permalink Bot Berlin 
March 27th, 2007 3:11pm
Oh, really, I know things are bigger in Texas, but it's NEVER 500 degrees there.

It seldom goes over 120 F, but it's a dry heat, so you don't mind so much...

Except in San Antonio, which tends to be quite humid, actually.
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
March 27th, 2007 3:34pm
And houston on the humid.  And on 500, I was off by about 400 degrees, give or take.
Permalink Bot Berlin 
March 27th, 2007 3:54pm
Eh, you're in the ballpark.  ;-)
Permalink SaveTheHubble 
March 27th, 2007 5:18pm
According to this, Chicago could be New Memphis.

http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?articleid=90A5DC7C-E7F2-99DF-320EEF89EB22219C&chanId=sa022

Which I believe would not be much of an improvement.
Permalink trollop 
March 27th, 2007 9:26pm
Sweet. I'm SO going into the air conditioning business this century. If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem, and if you're going to be part of the problem, do it in comfort.
Permalink Send private email Sergei Rachmaninoff 
March 28th, 2007 6:08am
You should develop some sort of CFC powered air conditioner... it would be akin to the antiviral market for computers. :)

GA is freaking humid. How do you stand that stuff Bot?
Permalink JoC 
March 28th, 2007 11:30am

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