Aaawww, ain't CO2 wonderful (like the energy companies say it is).
Folks, you can get on the bandwagon now, or you can push the body cart later.
"In Britain, temperatures hit an all-time high for the month of July, touching 36.3 degrees Centigrade (97.34 Fahrenheit) south of London to edge out the previous record set in 1911.
Germany's national meteorological service said July was on the way to being the hottest since records began in many parts of the country.
In France, an 85-year-old man admitted to hospital and an 81-year-old woman found dead in her home were the first people believed to have died there because of the heat. Officials said nine people were believed to have died. "