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(IFL Science)   Ice in the Sahara Desert? What's next, flying pigs?   (iflscience.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Africa, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Atlantic Ocean, Sahara, North Africa, Atlas Mountains  
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2021-01-23 9:56:30 AM  
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2021-01-23 9:56:48 AM  
People regularly freeze to death there.
 
2021-01-23 10:23:22 AM  
I learned from the article the saying "Sahara Desert" is a repetitive redundancy as Sahara means desert.
 
2021-01-23 10:35:05 AM  
With sufficient thrust, pigs fly fine.
 
2021-01-23 10:59:22 AM  
See! Global Warming isn't real.
 
2021-01-23 11:20:32 AM  

Markus5: With sufficient thrust, pigs fly fine.


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2021-01-23 11:44:26 AM  
Oh Subby....
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2021-01-23 12:07:58 PM  

Markus5: With sufficient thrust, pigs fly fine.


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Warthogs, at least, do.
 
2021-01-23 1:08:42 PM  

vudukungfu: People regularly freeze to death there.


The interesting part, at least IMHO, isn't the temperatures -- it's the moisture required to generate that much frost. "Deserts get cold at night" isn't even puff piece-worthy.
 
2021-01-23 3:53:16 PM  

Markus5: With sufficient thrust, pigs fly fine.


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2021-01-24 1:44:51 AM  
Flying pigs?

Ahem.

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