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Friday, January 11, 2008

Global warming

More "proof" of global warming: First snow for 100 years falls on Baghdad

The director of the meteorology department, Dawood Shakir, told AFP that climate change was possibly to blame for the unusual event.

"It's very rare," he said. "Baghdad has never seen snow falling in living memory.

"These snowfalls are linked to the climate change that is happening everywhere. We are finding some places in the world which are warm and are supposed to be cold."
Proof of global warming? Well, of course... when it's hot, blame global warming. When it's cold blame global warming.

Update: here's a video clip from Fox News:

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