Monday, June 22, 2009

I said it first.

Yup, me. Right here is this blog

Just a couple of months ago, in April, I proposed that the swine flu might be the first casualty of global cooling. Now, it seems that, at least, "cooler temperatures" are being blamed for this flu pandemic.

An unusually cool late spring may be helping keep the infection going in the U.S. Northeast, especially densely populated areas in New York and Massachusetts, the officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.

If history show us 2009 was the herald year for the 'Gore Minimum', please remember to name something "X".

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