"If a man walks in the woods for love of them half of each day, he is in danger of being regarded as a loafer. But if he spends his days as a speculator, shearing off those woods and making the earth bald before her time, he is deemed an industrious and enterprising citizen." - Thoreau

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Water Quality

Edisto River Conflict Reveals Need for Greater Protection of SC’s Rivers

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California is facing one of the worst water crises in its history.  The state's drought has drawn down lakes, rivers and reservoirs that are needed for industry, agriculture and drinking water.  A number of communities will run out of water in forty- to sixty-days if there is no rain.  If South Carolina does not plan carefully for the future use of its water, it may face the same crisis.  We will be forced to choose among agricultural, industrial and recreational use and habitat protection, as is happening in California.

Read more: Help Protect SC's Waters
 
As sardines go, so goes the Pacific PDF Print E-mail
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Jeff Rense and Yoiche Shimatsu have an interesting discussion about possible man-made causes for the disappearance of sardines and the impact that has on all life in the Pacific Ocean.

Note, the discussion takes an odd turn at the 13 minute mark that they don't develop as well as they might have, but the earlier part of the conversation merits a listen.

Additional note, there are some disturbing images in the video.

Read more: As sardines go, so goes the Pacific
 
Shame on South Carolina PDF Print E-mail
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A quick look at Fukushima's fallout PDF Print E-mail
Nuclear Energy

In dealing with the consquences of the ongoing problem with Fukushima, it is difficult to grasp the situaion completely as there is so little information and much misinformation.  This video tries to collect some of the questions in one place:

 

Read more: A quick look at Fukushima's fallout
 
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