It was restocked with fresh immigrants.
Mysteriously, the native fauna and flora and native Americans were unfazed by the record heat.
I, myself, have lived many places in Minnesota, prior to my move to Florida. Sometimes, while ice fishing, human remains are often snagged by hooks bearing lingering testimony to the holocaust that happened at a much lower CO2 level than today.
Think at how terrible it will be in the future.....eerrrr...let's not.
Hinckley??? Last known residence for me in Minnesota was Liberty Rd. just south of Pine City on 5 acres....nice.
“...prior to my move to Florida.”
I’m surprised you survived - what with the “sudden shock to your system” and all. I wonder if there is ANY truth to that, that folks get conditioned to certain temperatures and can die if exposed to more heat. I mean, that is what spring and fall is for isn’t it!
And I know if I travel and change climates, yes - it FEELS a lot different, but is it that much of a strain on your system? I guess the good thing about this study is we’ve got another 50 years to built more A/C units for folks.
(With summer temps over 95 degrees in Mpls. on a regular basis, everyone I knew had A/C anyway).