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Thu, Sep. 21st, 2006 09:57 am

things have really heated up lately on planet earth and the question is, why? Is it simply the warming trend of our earths cycle? Or, has humanity sped that up a bit? Ha.

So, for the first time in recorded human history, there is direct, open water passage from the northernmost port of Europe to the NORTH POLE.

Article here.

"Perennial sea ice -- thick ice that is normally present year-round and is not affected by the Arctic summer -- had disappeared over an area bigger than the British Isles."

There is a problem, and it's not going away.

Maybe I shouldn't sell my home and move out west - it might become waterfront property in the near future.

On a side note, California is suuing carmakers over global warming. Here.