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Global Warming is a Myth - live with it...

Actually, what I mean to say is - its too late. We have pretty much messed things up. So we will see more of the following for sure:

The Caribbean islands of Turks and Caicos are being hammered by Hurricane Ike, the fourth major storm to sweep the region in the past three weeks.

Ike, a ferocious Category Four storm, barreled over the archipelago with winds of up to 135mph (215km/h).

Forcecasters say it could dump up to 12 inches (30cm) of rain as it powers towards Cuba and the Bahamas, passing just north of Haiti, over the next day.

Haiti is still reeling from earlier storms, which left at least 600 dead.

And closer to home, because we all know we are immune to problems elsewhere:

Heavy rain that has affected parts of England and Wales may continue to cause flooding for several days, the Environment Agency has warned.

It said that while the rain has eased, river levels are still rising. Flash floods have hit Yorkshire, Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire.

Northumberland is particularly badly affected with an estimated 1,000 properties flooded in Morpeth.

Hundreds of people have had to spend the night in temporary accommodation.
And finally, here is an interesting issue highlighted:

People should consider eating less meat as a way of combating global warming, says the UN's top climate scientist.

Rajendra Pachauri, who chairs the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), will make the call at a speech in London on Monday evening.

UN figures suggest that meat production puts more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere than transport.

There you have it, its just a myth. Myths are not real. What we see above has nothing to do with global warming - its just stuff that is happening to us, regularly, and we will like previous cultures, deal with it.

Won't we?

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tnn

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