Monsoon Madness

Since monsoons seem to be the only news in town, New Times chief meteorologist Robert Nelson answers your Monsoon 2002 questions

A: Metaphysically speaking, who really has the right to set a baseline for determining the temperature? I'm not here to replace God with science. In the good old days, science people like you were burned at the stake.

Q: You really are an idiot. Why should I listen to you about monsoons?

A: The word "monsoon" comes from the Arabic word "mons," which means "Bob is hot," and "oon," which means "so, it doesn't matter if Bob doesn't know jack about weather." Thank you for your erudite question.

New Times chief meteorologist Robert Nelson.
New Times chief meteorologist Robert Nelson.

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