Saturday, January 30, 2016

The Great Salt Lake

They are saying that the Great Salt Lake is at almost is historic lowest level. Every time the Lake recedes because of a drought or whatever, the scientists start wringing their hands over the fact the Lake may dry up. Then the weather turns around and the Lake comes back to flood subdivisions built while the Lake was low. Since what we see today is merely a remnant of Lake Bonneville that covered most of what is now Utah, if scientists had been there thousands of years ago, they really would have had something to wring their hands over.

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