Tuesday, April 28, 2009

A flu pandemic . . . In April?

I haven't seen anyone blame this April Swine Flu pandemic on global warming yet, so let me be the first to call it for . . . Global Cooling.

Come'on. Flu season in April? The flu season typically runs from October to March (the coldest half of the year) and peaks in January. Recent research has shown virus transmission is greatest when the air is cold and dry.

So when is the air coldest and driest?


And when does winter extend into April?

When the planet is cooling.

Maybe I'm skating on thin ice, but it's getting thicker every day.

No comments:

Post a Comment