Scientists have determined that global warming has slowed considerably and may have ended earlier this month. The end of the phenomenon coincided exactly with the end of the political campaign season and United States Elections.
Said Dr. Horace White, PhD professor of climatology at M.I.T., "the amount of hot air emissions have reduced significantly this month. We attribute this to the end of the campaign season and campaign promises."
When asked if there was any indication that global warming might start again, White said that "we all think that the next manifestation may be when Barack Obama delivers his first State of the Union address. We also anticipate that global warming will return in plenty of time for the next campaign season."
Dr. Erickson of Cal Tech disagreed slightly. "Our research shows that global warming should continue. We see people getting hot under the collar when Barack Obama is unable to deliver positive change or make good on any of his campaign promises. The resulting heat and anger should balance out the hot air that he delivered the past year and cause global warming to continue unchecked."