Global emissions of greenhouse gases jumped 2.3 percent in 2013 to record levels, scientists reported Sunday, in the latest indication that the world remains far off track in its efforts to control global warming.
"Whos that, I wonder? Its too early for the bread. Any way, youll wait till Ive got my potatoes on, whoever you may be," concluded she, addressing the unknown intruder.
"But the cause remains as obscure as before. Come into the arbourhere and let us discuss it together. That villainous stuff seems stillto linger round my throat. I think we must admit that all the evidencepoints to this man, Mortimer Tregennis, having been the criminal inthe first tragedy, though he was the victim in the second one. We mustremember, in the first place, that there is some story of a familyquarrel, followed by a reconciliation. How bitter that quarrel mayhave been, or how hollow the reconciliation we cannot tell. When Ithink of Mortimer Tregennis, with the foxy face and the smallshrewd, beady eyes behind the spectacles, he is not a man whom Ishould judge to be of a particularly forgiving disposition. Well, inthe next place, you will remember that this idea of someone movingin the garden, which took our attention for a moment from the realcause of the tragedy, emanated from him. He had a motive in misleadingus. Finally, if he did not throw this substance into the fire at themoment of leaving the room, who did do so? The affair happenedimmediately after his departure. Had anyone else come in, the familywould certainly have risen from the table. Besides, in peacefulCornwall, visitors do not arrive after ten oclock at night. We maytake it then, that all the evidence points to Mortimer Tregennis asthe culprit."