[Homestead] Very fast climate change
Lisa K.V. Perry
lisakvperry at gmail.com
Thu Jun 26 21:21:08 EDT 2008
On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 9:06 PM, <Bunjov at aol.com> wrote:
> Meantime, here in my junk'n'stuff, there's a map that cost me a pretty
> penny, showing which areas of NA would be inundated - and to what degree -
> global warming cause the seas to rise. When I got it, back in '05, I
> I'd head for North Dakota.
> Any truth to that rumor?
> Our area of Virginia (southwest) is supposed to be relatively safe from any
number of problems natural and man-made. Whether that's entirely true or not
remains to be seen. And with the state of things, it seems it's only a
matter of time. I remember researching how many miles we'd be from nuclear
drift at one point but don't recall the answer. I guess if it comes to that,
I'll be having a glass and hugging my family.
I stay on this list because I think homesteading is an answer. I'm not
supplying all of my famiy's fruit and vegetables, far from it, but I'm
supplying some and it's a start. Ended up with 5 gallons of blueberries
picked just yesterday--many more to follow.
Your subject is an interesting thread to pursue.
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