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Hundreds Of Sharks Prompt Warnings in Florida

PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Visitors to Palm Beach are being advised not to go in the water because of shark sightings.

Warnings posted said hundreds of bull sharks and lemon sharks have been seen swimming along the surf, the sand bar and farther out in the Atlantic Ocean.

Cloud Lightning

UK: Heavy snow disrupts commute

Heavy snow has forced the closure of runways at airports in southern England and Wales, as bad weather caused commuter chaos at the height of the morning rushhour.

Four airports serving London -- City, Gatwick, Luton and Stansted -- shut runways, as did Birmingham, Bristol, and Cardiff in south Wales as up to 10 centimetres (four inches) of snow fell.

London's main Heathrow airport, west of the capital, was open, but British Airways said it was preparing to cancel some short-haul flights from about 1000 GMT.

Better Earth

Research Review of Global Warming Evidence

Below is an eight page review of information on the subject of "global warming," and a petition in the form of a reply card. Please consider these materials carefully.

Cloud Lightning

Severe Cold Hit Northern US States - 4 Dead

A bone-chilling cold wave with temperatures as low as 42 below zero shut down schools for thousands of youngsters Monday, sent homeless people into shelters and put car batteries on the disabled list from the northern Plains across the Great Lakes. At least four deaths were linked to the cold weather.

The cold was accompanied by snow that was measured in feet in parts of upstate New York.

''Anybody in their right mind wouldn't want to be out in weather like this,'' Lawrence Wiley, 57, said at Cincinnati's crowded Drop Inn Center homeless shelter, where he has been living. Monday lows were in the single digits.

With temperatures near zero and a wind chill of 25 below, school districts across Ohio canceled classes. ''We have a lot of kids that walk to school. We didn't think it was worth the risk,'' said Sandusky City Schools Superintendent Bill Pahl.

Cloud Lightning

Go back to sleep: Yellow snow in Siberia caused by Turkmen cyclone

Foul-smelling yellow snow that fell in western Siberia last week was caused by a cyclone bringing dust from Turkmenistan, local officials said Tuesday, AFP reported.

Bizarro Earth

China blames the west for global warming

Rich industrialised nations must take the lead in cutting greenhouse gases since they bear the "unshirkable responsibility" for causing global warming, a Chinese official said on Tuesday.

The comments by a foreign ministry spokeswoman underscore China's determination not to allow international action on climate change to undermine its economic development.

Evil Rays

Gore says Bush administration paying scientists to dispute global warming

MADRID , SPAIN -- Former Vice President Al Gore said in an interview on Tuesday the Bush administration is now paying scientists to dispute global warming since the administration can no longer argue against it.

Evil Rays

What Does Congress Believe About Global Warming and What Do They Want To Do About It?

To get an idea of how the Global Warming debate is shaking down in Congress, click this LINK to view a series of poll questions the National Journal asked members of Congress. We think that after reading this, you might begin to get an idea of how the whole global warming issue is just another means on the way to totalitarianism.

Bizarro Earth

Oregon Gov. to Fire State Climatologist for Saying Global Warming Not Due to Human Activity

In the face of evidence agreed upon by hundreds of climate scientists, George Taylor holds firm. He does not believe human activities are the main cause of global climate change.

Taylor also holds a unique title: State Climatologist.

Cloud Lightning

Cambodians ponder an unfamiliar concept: cold: Temperatures in the 40s spurred some people to don socks, sweaters, and even coats - What About Global WARMing?

Across Cambodia, residents have been engaging in a rare activity: turning off their air conditioners and stilling their fans. Some of Phnom Penh's intrepid moto drivers have even been seen zipping around the streets at night in puffy parkas.

It has been cold here - the coldest in 27 years of recorded history, according to Seth Vannareth, the director of meteorology at the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology.