Al Gore visits Central China?

You can really see global warming in action here, doing damage where it’s never done damage before…

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  1. I don’t know man, but if global warming fills the Sierra snow-pack like this year, hell, I’ll start running my car on coal!

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  2. Mike

     /  February 3, 2008

    I’ll second that. You can talk about industrial power all you want, but boiled down it is much more important to be able to feed yourself or be absolutely positive you can get food for your country. In this, we Americans have a great strength (provided the greens don’t manage to piss that away too). That and our river network makes moving heavy food loads much easier as it happens to flow right through our key food growing areas and out to a nice big port (or you can take the canal to Lake Michigan, which then gets you to the great set of inland seas known as the Great Lakes).

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  3. Happycrow

     /  February 3, 2008

    Yep. Now, you have to deal with the Climatic Trumpet, which is a pain in the ass and costs us millions per year… but in the end that may just make people more resourceful, anyway…

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