Official records through the end of March show that this winter was the coldest in Massachusetts in over 60 years.
Today it's snowing here; we had to scrape the ice off the car this morning.
What was that you were saying about global warming?
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Posted by: lynnvinc7142 -
Apr. 27, 2010 4:55 AM ET USA
GW has to do with global AVERAGE temps. The average temps have been increasing, even if some places experience colder than normal temps now and then. You will find the scientists at www.RealClimate.org very helpful and considerate in answering sincer Qs. As Catholics we are to reduce our harm to God's creation. Luckily we have found we could reduce our GHG emissions 60%, saving money without lowering our living standard. When you seek 1st God's kingdom, all will be added unto you.