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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 07:14 am

From nearby Springfield, VA, reader LP observes the Gore Effect in action during Al’s DC appearance:

It was much colder today in DC than predicted a week ago.

However, since Al seems to have left, the temperature will rise to 74 degrees tomorrow.

Considering his ability to cool any region he visits, it’s understandable that Al is disinclined to change the way he lives. Don’t mess with The Effect. Although it might be fun to test this at stately Gore Manor:

Scientists from NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory announced today a new tool to monitor changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases by region and source. The tool, called CarbonTracker, will enable its users to evaluate the effectiveness of their efforts to reduce or store carbon emissions.

(Via Jon Henke and The_Real_JeffS)

Posted by Tim B. on 03/22/2007 at 10:31 AM
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