[LMB] OT: verging on forbidden territory: political attitudes about science
jeffshultz at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 16:43:11 BST 2011
Droughts happen. It's not necessarily climate change. Unless the dust bowl
of the 30s was climate change.... which was then followed by a minor
not-quite-ice-age of the 40s.
On Tue, Sep 13, 2011 at 8:40 AM, Paula Lieberman <paal at gis.net> wrote:
> If you like beef, I suggest stocking up on it NOW, and perhaps investing in
> canning equipment and can it, make jerky, etc., because Texas, which had 16%
> of the US beef cattle herds, is disposing of most of them, including the
> heifers that would have been the producers of the next decade's output of
> beef.... the land in the changing climate conditions can't support the
> cattle herds anymore...
A railfan approaches a grade crossing hoping that there will be a train.
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