Monday, August 9, 2010

Death Rate Doubles in Moscow as Heat Wave Continues

Overcrowded morgues, potential to spread infections diseases. Death stench b/c of lack of refrigerated space. Fires near facilities that contain radioactive nuclear material, people told to stay away.

"The head of the state weather service, Alexander Frolov, said on Monday that the heatwave of 2010 was the worst in 1,000 years of recorded Russian history."

As I wrote in my first post here, this is as good as it gets.

Wildfires release more carbon into the atmosphere, and prevent it from being stored in trees, which are now dead.

2+2=5 "You have not been paying attention". Blood on the hands of the American media, again. What to do.

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