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Online Casino Sites Play with World’s Fate

All online casino players, novice and seasoned alike, know that if you can think about it – you can wager on it at the nearest online casino. Well, the gambling craze is taking it up a notch and now people can place bets on the very fate of the world. Global warming is the latest threat in a line of global inhalation theories. According to scientists, the CO2 that human industries are exhaling into the atmospheres are changing the climate and makes the Earth warmer than it should be. The results are catastrophic and range from icebergs melting up to modern age Ice Age. Sounds disturbing? Well, until the world ends, you can still wager on the possibility of it at your favorite online casino.

So, will Global Warming take place? If you think that the Cape Cold will be completely submerged by 2015, you can wager on it with a “+30000” rate against you. Another bizarre wager at the online casino is with Manhattan in mind. You can place money on the possibility of the big apple sinking under water. What are the odds of that to happen? Forget about the odds, you will win $10,000 if Manhattan is underwater before 31/12/11. Putting your money on Florida being underwater before the same date will only give you $100. I guess scientists are not predicting a positive future for Florida. A less dramatic wager at the online casino, but equally depressing, is the one regarding the polar bears and their odds of surviving this warming effect.

Global Warming has its supporters, but there are also people that believe that the whole thing is nothing more that a political driven agenda. The great thing with online casino gambling is that you don’t have to get mixed in all the boring details. All you have to think about is having fun, and what can be more fun than playing with the fate of the world? Place your money on the prospect of millions of year of peaceful existence or doom the world for drowning – it’s all up to you at the online casino.

OCA News Editor

Jenny McKinnley is OCA’s financial correspondent. After spending years on the trading floor in both NY and London, she offers insight from the inside out on world financial news and events.

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