The freezing temperature of natural gas

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  • fauxlaw
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    With  frozen windmills in TX, is anyone wondering what the freezing temperature of natural gas is? Or that the mysterious science of dehydration will prevent it?
    Or, is anyone still wishing it was called "global warming?"
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    Or are you worrying about how warm and snug you might or might not be in the future.
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    Nope. I have that contingency covered, as I have for food and water for longer than two years, and electricity for at least several months. Do I look like I'm wearing a clown suit?
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    Well Donald never actually wore the clown suit.


    And I hope that you're heavily armed for when the other backwoods boys, here you generator phutting.


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    Did I mention a generator?
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    Interesting...Would you care to explain your alternative electricity supply?
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    Nope. Proprietary from a friend. Ask him. Find him, first.