Is Global Warming Contributing To Sta...

Is Global Warming Contributing To State Water Woes?

There are 1 comment on the Okie Funk story from Feb 11, 2013, titled Is Global Warming Contributing To State Water Woes?. In it, Okie Funk reports that:

Recent developments in Oklahoma have made it clear that it's long past time the state's residents should stop taking for granted access to water and that any real discussion about future water shortages should include the potential impact of global warming on supplies.

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PHD

Cibolo, TX

#1 Feb 11, 2013
Oklahoma City officials have also announced they plan to consider "raising water rates"

Everyone knows we are in a prolonged drought, and cutting back on outdoor watering in the "dead of winter really isnít a solution"
If the drought continues here, as weather experts and climatologists are "predicting",

Other areas of the world are experiencing droughts as well, attributed to global warming, just as climatologists "have long predicted."
There you have it folks more tax dollars extracted from real tax payers will solve the issue. See by the quotes more scientific science fiction.

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