They started noticing this in Japan.  A very interesting study came out of there with shocking results.

According to, there was a study from M&K Health Institute in Ako, Japan.

They took monthly temperature data from the Japan Meteorological agency and fetal death information and they came up with this correlation: the more extreme the temperature fluctuations, the less male babies are being born!

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So if it's very hot one year or very cold, it could affect male fetal deaths.

I hate to go "Al Gore" on ya here, but this is definitely something to raise eyebrows over, don't you think? Or do you think it's more B.S. from the "environmentalist wackos," as Rush Limbaugh would say?