Saturday, June 23, 2007


Australia is experiencing an extraordinary cold spell:
The current cold snap across south-eastern Australia has been putting an unusual strain on energy supplies.

As consumers - unaccustomed to low temperatures and wind chill factors - struggle to heat their homes, new records have been set for winter electricity demand in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia.
The cold being caused by global warming induced weather pattern changes. And what with the increased emissions resulting from increased electricity usage it's bound to get colder as it gets warmer. Or something.


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