Wednesday, April 27, 2005

In what may become the opening scene of the sequel to the eco-mania film "The Day After Tomorrow," frogs in a Hamburg, Germany pond have mysteriously been swelling up until they explode. Scientists have not yet been able to determine what exactly is causing this phenomenon, and no bacterial or viral cause has been identified. I think these scientists are looking at this the wrong way.

Here's my theory: The frogs are bloating from drinking too much water. They are drinking too much water because they are thirsty. They are thirsty because they are hot. And the reason they are so hot is due to global warming.

What else could it be?
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