Thursday, February 05, 2009

Still Not Worried About Global Warming?

According to this video, Amazonian snakes used to be even bigger than they are now (what was with ancient gigantism anyway? Was there nerve tonic in the water?). Why were they so much bigger? Because, apparently, the size of tropical snakes is directly related to the warmth of the region where they live. It used to be way warmer there in the jungle, so the snakes were bigger. The math is pretty easy on this one, folks. If the utter collapse of our agricultural system doesn't kill us, it's gonna be the gigantic snakes.


Blogger Jack said...

Snakes. Why did it have to be snakes?

2/05/2009 4:51 PM  
Blogger nate said...

And according to this video, if that ever happens I'm going to stay the hell away from Jon Voight.

2/05/2009 9:27 PM  

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