Skip to comments.Rain, Godís Water Regulated by Progressives
Posted on 10/18/2013 7:07:25 AM PDT by rktman
The water you drink today has likely been around in one form or another since dinosaurs roamed and Earth, hundreds of millions of years ago. National Geographic
Water is life and it is recyclable, covering 70 percent of our planet; 2.5 percent is fresh water and only 1 percent is easily accessible, the rest is trapped in glaciers and snowfields.
National Geographic tries to make the case that freshwater is in a crisis since its levels have remained the same over millennia but the human population has exploded to seven billion. No mention is made of animals that also need drinking water.
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What’s the point here, that nobody’s drinking the water...or that too many people are drinking the water?
National Geographic has degenerated into little more than the Green Weenie Newsletter.
All water is recyclable, what’s the 70% BS.
I’ve discovered a really fun way to make liberal environmentalist’s heads explode. I tell them that I figure the earth’s eco-system was designed to support probably 50-60 billion people.
Since it sounds crazy but they can’t argue against it, it’s fun to watch the cracks form, especially around the hair line.
It would be so funny that these lefties give hand-wring offerings to the causes they claim to espouse, but rarely really try to do anything substantial about it themselves.
Except it’s less funny when righties do it too. Just differently.
Folly, thy name is not lefty or righty. Thy name is human.
An obvious answer to most of us would be “Praise the Lord that it is! We have more than enough, if we use it wisely.”
Some people have little more constructive to do than worry. And that said, I must be careful not to fall into that hole myself. Later....
So based on the rules for Colorado, apparently you have to to run outside and cover your lawn/garden with a tarp when it rains because you can only use rainwater from the roof.
The problem is that there is no one in charge of who gets to drink the water... that is, as far as the left’s concerned.
The number one fear/concern of liberals is that there are too many people in this world. They like Mao. Not because he was a great humanitarian, but because he killed off tens of millions of Chinese. Liberals are unhappy people. They go to Disney World and instead of enjoying themselves, they think about how much more they would like it if everyone else was gone. They don’t understand that Disney World couldn’t stay open with four customers a day. The same with highways. They don’t understand that four people couldn’t provide enough taxes to keep up the roads. And who would repair them? Liberals want those other people off their roads and beaches. They want them gone from their vacation spots. They want those dirty little urchins out of the classrooms so their special children can have one on one teaching. Liberals put on a friendly facade, but they are the most bloodthirsty people on this planet. You know what the super rich want? Exclusivity. They want places for themselves and only themselves. People screw up a relaxing life. They must go away. Abortion. Moving them to cities. Homosexuality. Whatever it takes to reduce the number of people.
It takes 3 gallons of water, as well as untold government subsidies, to produce 1 gallon of ethanol. The ethanol boondoggle wastes water in addition to tax payer’s money.
Kind of like the Earth Island Institute plans along with the un agenda 21 of creating bio-reserves with absolutely no human interaction taking place within them. Wildlife corridors and exclusion zones. No one allowed in except of course for the elites and politically connected folks. Paul erlich is a useless pos. Father of zero population growth. If these die hards would do gaia a favor and remove themselves from the equation, I wouldn’t be too upset.
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