Thursday, March 8, 2007

Another hysterical fanatic weighs in on the Water Grab

Writer and retired physician Andrew Whyman has done a piece for the Tahoe Bonanza speculating on the future of his region's water resources if Las Vegas continues to grow:

Nevada, as it turns out, is the most arid state in our union. Until the last twenty years or so its small population reflected this reality.
Now, fueled by extraordinary population growth, primarily in the more arid southern section of the state, Nevada stands poised on the precipice of an era of divisive and very expensive water wars that could fracture its future. Politicians who fail to grasp this new reality will do irreparable harm to the environment and the people of Nevada.

No comments: