Morano: "If you look at actual data, in 2003, in the month of August, in Europe, 35,000 people died, 14,000 in France alone, from a heat wave. Widely blamed on the fact they didn't have enough air-conditioning and air-conditioning wasn't widely available. So as we go forward, you look back to the 1930s, thousands died in heat waves. Heat waves kill. Air-conditioning saves lives."