Saturday, March 1, 2008

Global Warming Strikes Even In Blogosphere

Last week GW climate change strongly affected the website CO2 Science. Apparently the Algorites were working overtime and managed to unleash a hurricane Denial of Service (DOS) attack on the site, shutting it down for several hours. It was damaged sufficiently that it will require several weeks to come fully back on line.

The Algorites are probably celebrating. The CO2 Science site provided blasphemous data and analysis on various aspects of the GW and AGW (man-made) C02 green-house gas (GHG) controversy.

CO2 Science is currently back on line, with only the latest data being available. They are working diligently to restore that which the Algorites, in their righteous wrath, hath wrought.

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