Posted on May 3, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Miami, Florida

A surge in fatal shark attacks has been blamed on global warming by some, according to Richard Lucscombe in Miami, in an article in The Observer. That’s right. Global warming. Everything else has been the product of global warming. Why not shark attacks? And the surge? There have been four worldwide. It’s a surge.

It is thought that rising sea temperatures cause some species to begin appearing in places they didn’t in the past with some regularity, said Dr. George Burgess of Florida U., a shark expert who maintains the database.

Rapid City, South Dakota

On May 2, the mayor of Rapid City pleaded with residents to stay home as winds gusted to 50 miles per hour and a May BLIZZARD closed down streets and highways in some parts of the state.

Officials in Spearfish, Belle Fourche and Butte Counties declared snow emergencies. All roads were closed to travel except for emergency vehicles.

Sections of Interstate 90 and Highway 79 were shut down.

This May blizzard bringing raging snow and winds was blamed on global warming. (Not really. I just thought I’d say that. It seems like the fad right now.)


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