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(San Francisco Chronicle)   In 25 years we might be calling it the Sierra Asada   ( divider line
    More: Scary, Water resources, Water, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Water management, Snow, Water supply, Water crisis, water managers  
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1358 clicks; posted to STEM » on 01 Dec 2021 at 7:43 AM (29 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-11-30 11:28:56 PM  
2 votes:
Sierra Asada or 'mountain of meat' is my favorite dish at the local Mexican place.

/ is someone burning toast?
2021-12-01 8:22:20 AM  
2 votes:

Scientists and water managers say that at some point California's snowpack could simply disappear. This would leave the state without the crucial spring and summer melt-off that fills rivers and streams, nourishes plants and animals, and provides a huge chunk of the water supply. It would also be devastating for the ski industry.

God forbid we forget about the ski industry.
2021-12-01 9:05:10 AM  
1 vote:

kdawg7736: As much as I hate snow, this would suck.

Well, for every one of you who hated snow, and liked to snowbird to some fancy places during the cold-weather months so that you wouldn't have to suffer, burning resources like we made them ourselves--SUFFER.  Start feeling bad.  Start feeling really bad.  Because your kids are going to, and they never even saw a star in the sky, after you got done buying Elon's cars so that he could ruin the night sky too.  You took it all, and now you whine about how you got shafted by corporations.  The ones you keep giving all your money to.

And all you skiers can kiss my ass too.  Goddamn, finally  you're starting to notice.  Finally, you're getting hit where you live.  I hope you enjoy your farking IKON pass, as you fly all over the country looking for some snow.  Why do you think they introduced those things?  Because it causes even MORE CONSUMPTION, duh.  And now you can have the fun of going looking for a proper ski hill once the snow stops coming, since it's very important to you.  You already fly 2000 miles to go skiing for a weekend, what's a trip to California?   What do you mean, it's not ski-in, ski-out anymore?  YOU PAID FOR THIS!  How dare you be inconvenienced, the foremost consumers of the entire world.  This is SKIING.

Too bad everyone under you is still going to suffer a hell of a lot  more.
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