Tuesday, 10 April 2007

The prophet is cold

In the midst of a current cold snap across the US, Harvard physicist and climate skeptic Lubos Motl notes for your amusement:
The city of the Holy Prophet in Nashville, Tennessee has seen its coldest April day in recorded history and the coldest Easter in recorded history: 24 degrees F from 1940 wasn't cold enough (by 1 deg F).

Other parts of Tennessee have only tied the records from 1982 on Sunday morning. The slightly exceptional reading in Nashville can thus be attributed to the Gore effect.
RELATED: Environment, Global Warming

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