Water supply in California is such a serious issue that even journalists report on it.
Of course, scribblers describe the problem in terms of supply only (rainfall, reservoir levels and snowpack), never the growing demand (immigration-fueled population growth).
In recent decades, following a bad state-wide drought in the mid 1970s, Los Angeles installed millions of water-conserving toilets [...]
West of the Mississippi, water supply is a problem. (Check out the Drought Monitor map, updated weekly, to see the current state of dryness which is concentrated in the west, not the east.)
California is overpopulated at 38 million residents, and several years of sub-average rainfall have added to the stress on water supply. The majority [...]
Physicist and Professor Albert Bartlett was responsible for instructing many thousands of Americans about the indisputable connection between population growth and resource use. His true genius was the ability to take wonky math facts and make them clear and even interesting regarding explosive human growth on earth.
Prof Bartlett practiced his signature speech a lot, giving [...]
In the Senate Gang of Eight’s immigration bill, much attention has been paid to the amnesty aspect, namely rewarding foreign lawbreakers with work permits, the true object of their desire, which is a topic worthy of objection because it turns normal jurisprudence upside down.
However, the legislation includes hugely increased legal immigration, millions more foreigners jammed [...]
It’s been two years of below-average rainfall in the Golden (Brown) State, so water supply is concerning. The snowpack is only about half of historic levels, but new water users keep coming from around the world. How will newbies wash their lowriders if water use is restricted?
Below, California Department of Water Resources hydrologists measure the [...]
The former Mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani, has blasted the President for the failure to build a modern system of infrastructure, largely because of an anti-energy agenda of extremist environmentalism. As a result, millions of people affected by Hurricane Sandy remain without power five days after the storm blew through.
The Obama administration and [...]
The Lone Star state is suffering a terrible drought, and as often the case, the issue is portrayed as agriculture vs. people, which is true up to a point. But while droughts come and go (along with floods), immigration-fueled population growth is going only one way — up.
Texas has known terrible droughts, like the one [...]
Regarding the subject of world population, we unfortunately live in interesting times. The West, particularly Europe, suffers from insufficient reproduction and has made bad choices about immigration to fill the worker bee gap.
In contrast, the Third World is going gangbusters, as noted in the article below, which is standard boilerplate for world overpopulation reporting now [...]
How time flies. It seems like only yesterday that world population reached six billion, a doubling since 1960.
Actually, it was 12 years ago in 1999 that the six-billion milestone (more like a millstone) was crossed, but who’s counting these days? Overpopulation is largely ignored by the media because it gets various groups upset. Criticizing third [...]
On the day chosen to emphasize the thoughtful care of our planetary home, much in the public discourse is misguided or upside down. The major environmental organizations push a global warming agenda which has been shown to be overblown in its presentation, at the minimum.
Meanwhile, vital topics have fallen from view, such as the global [...]
The United States is not the only nation to have a recent Census counting the residents: India has announced the results of its decennial tabulation.
Demographers have predicted for years that India would overtake Red China as the planet’s most populous nation within a couple decades. The Indian count — an additional 181 million persons in [...]
Today’s headline is the long-awaited result of the 2010 US Census. Much of the establishment media has been obsessed with which states will gain or lose representatives, and indeed that is the Constitutional purpose of the decennial count.
To un-PC environmentalists like me, the important number is the total residents of this country. They are additional [...]