Thursday, March 28, 2019


In geologic time, much of the western United States has been covered by water. This area was under water a lot more recently than that. This is part of the land that was flooded by Hoover Dam, then re-exposed by chronic drought and overdevelopment in the Colorado River Basin. Lake Mead being low is bad, unless you’re in favor of it returning to a more natural state.

1 comment:

  1. "Chronic drought and over development" Marxist rhetoric; Venezuela comes to mind.