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…to experience the last throes of global cooling, before our Purgatory becomes irreversibly locked within the walls of Dis. Here, in unmolested purity, are some pictures of what the ice storm that swept through the Midwest left as conciliation for the damage it wrought. I took them on a trek through the woods, made into a crystal forest, near my house.

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  1. GLOBAL WARMING!!!! AAHHHHHHH!!!!!

  2. We have the same conditions out here in NJ. I am enjoying it while I can. Global warming could happen any time now. I am sure when all of those people who are smarter than I return from their conference in Bali, we will have more information.

  3. In all seriousness, the daily quality of life improvements should be factored into any analysis of the net effects of climate change (putting aside for a moment its causation). Increased agricultural yields, turn toward more eugenic birthing on a global scale (probably), and additional resource wealth are all positives, but balmier weather as a good in itself shouldn't be entirely discounted, either.

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