Texas History Began In The Year 2000

Our favorite Aggie Andrew Dessler, says that Texas is drying up.

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5 Responses to Texas History Began In The Year 2000

  1. Ernest Bush says:

    That looks like 2, maybe 3, cycles of something against a larger cycle on the upswing. Another cycle of that could turn some places in Texas into new lakefront property along its many rivers and creeks. Climate change at work, at least for a short timescale, climatically speaking.

  2. gator69 says:

    Don’t remember the Alamo.

  3. jack b :-) says:

    Again, and for the umpteenth time, Obama/algore/Hansen SOMEBODY please help us end this constant drought-fall that’s been showering down on us! Still raining! Ready to head to the high ground now. Our car sits in a pool of water every day now, we’re using the Dakota for transport and about to have to fire up the trusty ol’ 4×4 dodge raider if it gets any deeper here in Texas! The boat, unused for years, is getting eyeballed daily…

    This damned drought is going to kill us all!

  4. ACR says:

    I think Steven originally made this point. Either a) tropical systems make landfall in Texas; or b) Texas has below normal precipitation. Regardless of which scenario occurs, it is evidence of “climate change”.

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