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  • Jan 16, 2007

    52°24′N Dormancy

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      You are crazy?I'm waking up.

      EL Nino 厄尔尼诺

      Where is the winter?

      今冬的瑞士,不会再被称为滑雪圣地,因为没有冰雪覆盖;

      欧洲的熊啦、青蛙啦、蛇啦、乌龟啦、鸭嘴兽啦、刺猬啦、松鼠啦统统都不睡了。据他们说,太热,根本睡不着。

      受厄尔尼诺现象及温室气体排放的影响,2007年全球平均温度可能达到有记录以来的最高水平。新一轮厄尔尼诺现象与温室气体排放等导致全球变暖的因素一起发挥作用后,今年全球的地表平均温度将有60%的可能超过1998年的水平。

      空间研究领域专家、哥伦比亚大学的詹姆士·汉森发出警告说,气候一旦变化,很可能就难以逆转,除非能很快削减温室气体。

           国际气候变化委员会称全球温度到2100年可能升至6.4°C. 报告同时预计海平面上升并且飓风将增多.

      还有人说,造成厄尔尼诺现象的最直接国家是-中国

     

      该冬眠的不冬眠的说完了,该说下面这个总是称自己为最强悍民族的人的故事。

      Dormant 冬眠

      Missing man lies dormant 24 days

      A JAPANESE civil servant has described how he survived for more than three weeks in a mountain forest without food or water in what doctors believe is the first known case of a human going into hibernation.

      Mitsutaka Uchikoshi went missing on Mount Rokko in western Japan on October 7 after a barbecue with colleagues. Rather than joining them for the return trip by cable car, the 35-year-old decided to walk down the mountain, but lost his way, slipped in a stream and broke his pelvis.

      "On the second day, the sun was out, I was in a field, and I felt very comfortable. That's my last memory," he said, soon before being discharged from Kobe City General Hospital on Tuesday. "I must have fallen asleep after that."

      When a passing climber found him 24 days later, Mr Uchikoshi's body temperature had fallen to just 22 degrees, he had a barely discernible pulse and was suffering from multiple organ failure and blood loss.

      Doctors who treated Mr Uchikoshi believe he lost consciousness after his fall and that his body's natural survival instincts kicked in, sending him into a state akin to hibernation as the temperature on the mountain dropped to as low as 10 degrees.

      "He fell into a state similar to hibernation and many of his organs slowed, but his brain was protected," Dr Shinichi Sato, head of the hospital's emergency unit, told reporters. "I believe his brain capacity has recovered 100 per cent."

      Doctors said they did not expect him to experience any lasting ill effects.

      Experts say it remains unclear how he managed his extraordinary feat of survival with his metabolism almost at a standstill.

      世界的确疯狂,还有你,还有我。

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