Stanford panel lays out drought-survival strategies
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on Feb 27, 2014
As the state's drought deepens, Stanford University's water conservation efforts and strategies for expanding water resources for the future could serve as a helpful model for the rest of the state, a panel of Stanford experts said at a public forum on Tuesday night.
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posted Wednesday, February 26, 2014, 5:21 PM
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Posted by bobgnote
a resident of Mountain View
on Feb 28, 2014 at 9:20 am
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True, Rose. It turns out, ENSO and other oscillation-affected weather has recently featured drought, to the west, of any jet-stream, during neutral conditions, which Cali broke out of, last night, with lots of needed rain.
Generally, humans will need to dam first and ask questions, later: see Oregon's PAC 12 schools, for a CLUE, as to whattup, with survival, of any predictions, by modern or other scientists, such as Nostradamus, da Vinci, or Mayan priests.
FYI: The Dresden Codex, by Mayan priests flat-out predicts the Earth will blacken and perish, by flood. Read into that, what does not burn and wash out will simply wash out.
Anthropogenic climate change means humans are causing the changes, and from my knowledge, of humans, alive, during my time, these are a habitual nuisance, with a pollution footprint, tied to persistent CORRUPTION, so don't expect any changes, which would make the Mayans looks less aware, than are people, who read PA Online.
We will suffer deprivation or downpour, during desertification, acidification, and finally, vulcanization, to yield alternating volcanic winters, floods, and more warming, with fire, and REPEAT, until humans perish, and reglaciation then occurs, to end the Anthrocene Epoch.