Latest From The New Mexico Permanent Drought

Just over a month ago, the LA Times told us that New Mexico’s ecosytems would never recover from the drought.

Aug. 6, 2013

nowhere is it worse than in New Mexico. In this parched state, the question is no longer how much worse it can get but whether it will ever get better — and, ominously, whether collapsing ecosystems can recover even if it does.

New Mexico is the driest of the dry – latimes.com

The larger problem is collapsing intelligence of journalists.

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Lab sustains ‘millions’ in flooding damage | LAMonitor.com

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6 Responses to Latest From The New Mexico Permanent Drought

  1. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Journalists . . . Making turnips everywhere look so intelligent.

  2. Latitude says:

    7 1/2 inches in a week!!…..that’s it??

    Good Lord in heaven, it wouldn’t do for those morons to live here….that’s a drought for us in the rainy season!

    • In the mountains, the rain collects over a large drainage and gets funneled into canyons – thus 7 inches of rain becomes more like 100 inches.

      • Latitude says:

        it does the same thing in South Florida…that much water has to run somewhere
        It’s not uncommon for us to get 7-8 inches just in one afternoon…
        …we got about 5 inches yesterday afternoon

  3. nigelf says:

    What kind of bonehead would imply that just because the weather happens to be bad now that it will probably never get better and most likely will only get worse?
    Does anyone with half a brain believe nonsense like this?

  4. gator69 says:

    The pen is mightier than the sword, and it’s long past time that we start requiring mental health evaluations for ‘journalists’.

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