Two items of note in today’s WaPo on the topic of global warming:
“Huge peat bogs in Siberia and elsewhere may have helped spur global warming at the end of the last ice age about 12,000 years ago, scientists reported.”
This pre-dates the invention of the internal combustion engine by some 10,140 years, by our calculations.
If the globe is warming, it hasn’t yet hit Detroit.
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