Saturday, February 11, 2012
Media is still calling it a "cold snap."
At least 78,000 people treated by emergency services for hypothermia and frostbite
Yes, it's just a little "cold snap." A "snap" that will last a minimum of a hundred years, possibly 22,000 years or more. That's quite a "snap."
Scavenging wolves in Italy terrify villagers
Vessels stuck in ice, grain crops and harvest wiped out by freeze in Ukraine
Danube frozen over, millions trapped without power
Barns collapse in Italy, farm animals aborting spontaneously from ancient instincts
A fifth of the citrus crop in California destroyed by frost
No end in sight as Europe's waterways come to a standstill and become ship graveyards
Southeast Europe buried under snowfalls, domesticated animals dying en masse
Tuscany agriculture a write-off this year, entire yield turned into rotting hoarfrost
Records smashed for all-time lows across Europe, major waterways impassable
Suddenly occurs to Europeans that all the coal for their power plants is delivered via their waterways for the past hundred years.
Indeed, a bit of a "cold snap." Meaning the mass media was afraid of being lynched in the streets for their global warming garbage.