quasi in rem

Thursday, June 10, 2004

This is probably very accurate.: "- Weather for about the next 15,000 years should be warm and stable -- barring human interference -- according to scientists on Wednesday. "

Yeah. Weathermen are so good at predicting weather for the next few days they should have no problem in extrapolating out 15000 years.

What with shifting global magnetic fields, unpredictable solar flare activity, unknown volcanic activity, and those damn butterflies in the Amazon, it should be simple to know exactly what the weather will be like for the 15,000 years.

The good news is that I don't need that jacket I was looking into buying.

Warm and mild.

That sounds nice.


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