IPCC and US Government promises of global warming have turned fatal – even in MIAMI, FLORIDA.
Brutal government greed, no longer limited by the US Constitution, is likely to deliver a lot more fatality, in the near future.
Global warming is a striking example of abuse of power by government. Government had no business there.
Do you see any global warming? Government imagines it does. They have detailed computer-generated graphs.
Keep this in mind: while government insists on taxing you to prevent global warming, your primary problem in the next half-century probably is to keep warm.
And this will happen again, in another 400 years or so. IF WE ARE LUCKY. Otherwise, Earth will get really cold. This (either event) has happened innumerably in history and before history.
Cold temps and no heat led to hypothermia for an elderly man
By TODD WRIGHT
Updated 8:17 PM EST, Tue, Jan 12, 2010
A 77-year-old man died of hypothermia Tuesday in what could be considered the first death in Miami that could be attributed to the record cold weather that has lingered in the city.
Wilfredo Arreyes died at Jackson Memorial Hospital and his roommate Miguel Alemon, 93, is still in critical condition after the two spent days in the frigid cold weather with no heat or covers in their apartment on Northwest 10th Avenue and Northwest 2nd Street in Little Havana.
The Miami-Dade Medical Examiner’s Office will do an autopsy to determine if something else may have contributed to the Arreyes’ death.
Police and fire rescue officials found the two men inside their apartment huddled together on Friday night. Arreyes was already unconscious and Alemon was semi-conscious, officials said. There was no heat in the apartment and there did not appear to be any covers for the men to get warm.
Temperatures have dipped into the 30s several times over the past two weeks and freeze warnings have been in effect for Miami and other parts of South Florida for a few days now.
Police were notified of the plight of the men by a third roommate, who was out of town and became concerned after he couldn’t get his phone calls answered.
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