Armstrong Economics Blog/Nature
Re-Posted Jul 1, 2018 by Martin Armstrong
The coldest place on earth many believe is Washington DC who really could care less about the country of the people. That certainly is one definition of cold, but the other is in Mother Nature. Scientists have determined that it is Antarctic where temperatures can get down to a -100 degrees Celsius. Now that pretty cold. Let’s just pray the pole down flip in the middle of the night we we do not win the lottery and get that distinction.