Midsummers Day In Australia

Those who still believe in the global warming myth might do well to consider this picture. This snapshot was taken on Lithia, the longest day in the year, and the equivalent of North America’s June 22nd. Otherwise known as “Midsummer’s Day:”

This is the first time in recorded history snow has fallen this close to Midsummers Day. And last spring was the first in history the temperature did not exceed 30C, or 86 degrees F, on any day of “Spring.”

Stranger

NB. I have no idea where that picture came from. It was E-mailed to me, and if putting it here treads on anyone’s toes I will take it down.

S

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