Re: Overpopulation (was Re: Exowombs & AGING: a few billion too many)

Date: Mon Feb 25 2002 - 11:54:42 MST

In a message dated 2/25/02 8:55:58, writes:

>> Acessibility is a nonissue. California is voting to spend oodles of
>> to *not* use water it has used in the past.
>Yes, but this is nothing more than exporting their impact. Californians
>WILL use the same amount of water, and will continue to demand more. I
>am waiting for the ironic/satirical end when California tries to declare
>emminent domain over the Mississippi/Missouri watershed.

Get serious. California can't do that, and isn't even going to try. The
agents attempting to reduce use of Sacramento River/Mono Lake
water are fully aware this will reduce use (as happens in drought
years) and that's part of their goals, even. My claim is literally
true; California does spend lots to use less water, not just to shift
usage around.

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