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AUGUST 12, 2014
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2014 - KUNG FU HOT POT INC.
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Know how hot it is in Juarez? That’s what New York will be like in 2100.
By the summer of 2100, if carbon emissions continue as usual, the average high temperature in Toronto could be the same as Belize City today. New York City could feel like Juarez, Mexico. Paris could feel like Fez, Morocco. Beijing could be as hot as New Delhi. Abu Dhabi–with a predicted average high of 112.6 degrees Fahrenheit–could be hotter than any city on Earth today.