Yes, many countries in Europe have been experiencing one of the coldest winters in recorded history through 2009 and 2010. People are literally freezing to death, most of whom are homeless. 27 people died in Germany when temperatures reached -33 C. 50 people have been reported to have frozen to death in Poland where temperatures reached as low as -18 C. Public transport systems were delayed and thousands were stranded in airports as they closed for up to 3 days at a time. A mini ice age has been predicted in Europe for years by climatologists due to global warming. This doesn’t come as a surprise to many.
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