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In southern Pakistan, the town of Nawabshah soared to a scalding 122.4 degrees

Phoenix: "Hold my beer, July is coming..."

I don't understand those temperatures. I know air conditioning exists and all that, but outside at 50°C how do you not just immediately die?

3 points · 1 month ago

It's kind of weird, because you can basically feel the sunburn happening in real time, and 90% of the time when the wind kicks up, it just feels like a blow-dryer.

I mean, people die here every year because they decide the middle of summer is a great time to hike in the middle of the day.

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