For most people, talking about the weather is something you do when you have nothing better to say. For others, weather is a fast paced world of prediction and aftermath, involving state-of-the-art equipment, split second coordination, and nerves of steel. These weather ninjas spawned the term “weather wars“, referring to competing local television networks’ constant struggle to out “tech” each other. Whether you fall in the former or latter category, you’ve probably noticed the weather has been crazy this last year.
January-February-March also was warmest first quarter on record, NOAA reports
NOAA: More than 7,700 record highs were recorded during the month
March also saw more than 7,500 all-time high overnight lows, weather agency reports
Preliminary tornado reports (223) for the month were almost four times the average
80 tornadoes occured
Some would say the freakishly large thunder storms and tornadoes this year were made by HAARP or another countries’ HAARP, and in my opinion they might be right. Some would say, the cause of our abnormally warm winter/early spring is climate change, and they would be right. Some would say that the doppler radars we use to predict the weather are actually making the weather worse, but they don’t explain how or place blame without proof. So without further ado, I will share with you my take on this whole rigmarole.
Waters shortages are evident in this Colorado River reservoir - Source: greenbang.com
More than 1 in 3 counties in the United States could face a “high” or “extreme” risk of water shortages due to climate change by the middle of the twenty-first century; 7 in 10 of the more than 3,100 U.S. counties could face “some” risk of shortages of fresh water for drinking, farming, and other uses
More than 1 in 3 counties in the United States could face a “high” or “extreme” risk of water shortages due to climate change by the middle of the twenty-first century, according to a new study in the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) journal Environmental Science & Technology.
The new report concluded that 7 in 10 of the more than 3,100 U.S. counties could face “some” risk of shortages of fresh water for drinking, farming, and other uses. The study includes maps that identify the counties at risk of shortages.
Fresh water has been dubbed “Blue Gold” in many publications as potable water will be to this century what oil was to the last century. Less than three percent of the water on the earth’s surface is fresh water. When we deduct the amount in the ice at each pole and the rivers flowing in uninhabited areas that number is less than one percent. From this amount the nearly 4 billion people [at last count, almost 7 billion people - John N-G] on earth use to survive.
This small amount of water is the cause of the gamut of action taken by governments of the world ranging from conservation to armed conflict.
SPICEWOOD, Texas January 31, 2012, 03:59 am ETSPICEWOOD, Texas (AP) — Tanker trucks loaded with water have become the lifeline for a Texas lakefront village that came precariously close to becoming the state’s first community to run out of drinking water during a historic drought.
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