Snow Actually Falls in Hawaii
Provided By: The Associated Press
Last Modified: 1/25/2006 12:02:16 AM
HILO, Hawaii (AP) -- The access road to the summit of Mauna Kea on the Big Island was closed on Monday afternoon because of snow.
A telescope operator -- Paul Sears -- says the snow began to accumulate quickly and an evacuation was needed to prevent being trapped at the summit.
Kimo Pihana -- a ranger at Mauna Kea -- says he closed the road to ensure health and safety.
It marks the first time this winter that the road has been closed because of a snowstorm.
Meanwhile, unstable air over Hawaii also brought snow flurries to Haleakala on Maui.
Now children Evil Dan the Neo-Con World-wrecker is going to do something, underhanded, dastardly and decidely unfair.
If you throw the above humourous tale in the Face of a "Let's Destroy the World's Economy, let 90% of the Human Race Die off and Save Gaia Crowd"
They will LEAP at you with the information that it often snows at high altitudes in Hawaii.
SEE THERE! You don't know what you are TALKING ABOUT- HUFF!!!
You have now lured them into a false sense of security.
Now go straight for the throat and ask them.
Why, "The mammoth west Antarctic ice sheet, which contains enough water to lift the world's sea levels by 20 feet, isn't melting after all. Instead, it's actually thickening and Antarctica itself is getting cooler.1"
February 2002 New Research Indicates the Earth May Be Cooling
Then walk away leaving them sputtering incoherently.