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The Delhi heat wave is testing the limits of human endurance: Other hot countries should beware and prepare (Original Post) Jim__ Jun 1 OP
Just the beginning. Think. Again. Jun 1 #1
I can't even imagine that much heat. pandr32 Jun 1 #2
It's really hard to breathe... 2naSalit Jun 1 #7
We had a heat index MuseRider Jun 1 #3
I'll just leave this right here. Those of you who've read it know exactly what I'm referring to ArkansasDemocrat1 Jun 1 #4
That was exactly what I thought of genxlib Jun 1 #5
I like his Mars stuff more ArkansasDemocrat1 Jun 2 #9
Thanks. MuseRider Jun 1 #6
Better writer, but a far more depressing conclusion . . . hatrack Jun 1 #8


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3. We had a heat index
Sat Jun 1, 2024, 04:44 PM
Jun 1

in the 120's last summer. This is a real temp. I can say, working outdoors and trying to keep old horses alive was really hard. I cannot imagine that as the real temp.

Good lord we are in such a lot of trouble.


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5. That was exactly what I thought of
Sat Jun 1, 2024, 05:02 PM
Jun 1

Although I appreciated the message of that book, I thought it was terrible. A real slog to read. I find him to be a very overrated writer.


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6. Thanks.
Sat Jun 1, 2024, 05:04 PM
Jun 1

I think I am going to check that out with my next Amazon points.

Not pleasant I assume but I do love dystopian fiction especially with a lot of truth thrown in.

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