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Old February 5th, 2008, 04:54 AM
jongbj jongbj is offline
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Actually, our (I'm Dutch) temperate climate comes completly from the ocean currents. We have warm water flowing from the carribean to Europe which keeps us warm. Even worse, people are now getting scared that the global warming thing might shut down the big pump of the coast of Iceland and stop the warm water flow in our direction. We would be getting seriously low T's, comparable to northern Canada. Then again, with even more global warming we might get the Carribean T's. Think I'll burn another tank of gas quickly
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