#21: “…temperature warfare with China.”


EDITOR’S NOTE: Due to the alarming nature of this dream and the fact that some of the traffic on our website comes from tag searches, I just want to reiterate that this is only a dream and does not represent the actual views or actions of anyone.

My dad came in yelling at me about some money issue, but all of a sudden he stopped and said, “I have some important news.” He turned on the tv and there was a news broadcast on and harrowing music playing in the background. It looked like it was a weather report for China, but it turned out it was breaking news of the biggest kind. The man said that the United States was beginning temperature warfare with China, somehow bringing their temperatures down to levels that couldn’t support life. I couldn’t tell you why the U.S. was doing it, or how they were doing it, but the man said that within the day temperature levels would drop 20 degrees below where they should be. I started freaking out because I didn’t think that China would allow such a thing without fighting back, and I knew they had nuclear capabilities. That’s all I can remember.

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