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Solomon Nanette the I Hate People Camping Shirt fact that you’ve directed me to look at the temperatures more than 80 years ago proves my point. That’s the point, this is UNUSUAL and therefore people are finding it difficult to cope. Humidity is going to kill me one days Asia and the Mojave Desert are arid and I’m fine there.
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Emilia Linear I realize it affects the I Hate People Camping Shirt environment, but my question was whether putting all the heat back into the atmosphere (rather than natural absorption into the soil) would have a long term negative impact. If they baked, we evaporated I wonder: will white roofs and light colored streets have any negative effect by reflecting the heat back into the atmosphere. Then there’s 55F 6 months later, we have to be acclimatized to boiling and freezing.
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