Well, it seems as though some people just can't get any breaks. Of all the places which least need to feel the effects of global warming, Hell undoubtedly tops the list.
According to Theological Geophysicist Damien Stalin, of Iniquity University,climate change has come to the infernal region in a big way. "Average temperatures are way up. Just ten years ago the average temperature in Hell was a relatively comfortable 789,456,177 degrees Fahrenheit and now the average temperature is 902,556,209 degrees Fahrenheit." Stalin went on to say that computer models extrapolate an average temperature of over one billion degrees by 2012!
Compounding the reality of climate change in Hell is the ongoing drought. Measurable precipitation has not been received in over ten trillion years!
Science News Reporter