New Video : Permanent Drought Update

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5 Responses to New Video : Permanent Drought Update

  1. G W Smith says:

    “Boredom is the root of all evil,” indeed! And People “need a horror story to keep themselves entertained.” So true. Here is the answer to the climate change crisis. Thanks, Tony!

  2. Kevin Petersen says:

    Twice in the last 40 years I have read headlines stating that Lake Tahoe’s low watermark may “never” recover due to prolonged drought. The most recent was in 2015 when my family waded into the lake perhaps 50 yards past the end of a dock and the water was only up to my knees. A headline that year read Lake Tahoe “may take 30 years to recover– if ever.” Then the 2016/17 winter season brought near record snowfall. The following summer the water was so high that tourists could not find enough sandy shoreline to lay a beach towel, and crowds had to be redirected away from beaches on 4th of July because there was nowhere to sit to watch f8reworks. If I had not recalled the alarmist headlines in the 1980s I might have been very concerned about similar headlines tgat ran in 2015.

  3. Abolition Man says:

    Tony, one of your best ever! Please repost at regular intervals until it penetrates the thick skulls of alarmists! Oops, I guess that’s asking the impossible!

  4. Robert W. Roddis says:

    We have Fox News Detroit blaming high water levels in the Great Lakes on Climate Change.

    https://www.fox2detroit.com/news/as-great-lakes-rise-michigan-residents-face-giant-climatological-test

    In 2007, the low levels of Lake Michigan were blamed on Climate Change. Which is it?

  5. Fairthorpe says:

    Just today (Friday February 28) the Wall Street Journal reports that there is drought in California, and that snow pack is lowest in a century, and that water rationing is already imposed, and that climate change is possibly the cause.

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/drought-fears-rise-in-california-11582894805

    Apparently, climate change caused drought is so severe that it occurs even in record high snowpack and rainfal.

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