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   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Apr 4 12:16 AM

April 4, 2010: Drought

The shifting of weather patterns have brought floods, and drought, to various parts of the globe.
Parts of China have been suffering from a severe drought, causing crop failures in the rural areas, and dust storms in Beijing.

Out of the water-rich Nanchang, hometown news, Qujing city yesterday to local drought now Luliang County town of Dege Hai Zi Mo Reservoir. In front of all to my mind startled. This originally had 1.6 million cubic meters of reservoir water has now dried up bottom, a shocking article palm crack width. Crack depths up to half a meter of soil.
"This lake has never dried up after 40 years." Lao Zhang sighed village, the lake dried up, the villagers took away the lake's big fish, many fish drilling mud, and finally die slowly as the water evaporation , see people sad ... ...
You probably noticed that is a Google translation.


SPUCK  Sunday Apr 4 05:26 AM

Wasn't the 3 gorges damn supposed to fix all that dryness?

Trilby  Sunday Apr 4 07:45 AM

um. Ew.

Shawnee123  Sunday Apr 4 08:48 AM

That texture gives me the willies. Like a holey suspended ceiling does.

richlevy  Sunday Apr 4 10:51 AM

This is probably what Lake Mead near Las Vegas will look like in 10 years.

SamIam  Sunday Apr 4 11:41 AM

" Tencent called on friends for the love of the water poured into arid children"


This sounds very sad even tho I don't understand it.

Shawnee123  Sunday Apr 4 11:56 AM

Originally Posted by SamIam View Post


This sounds very sad even tho I don't understand it.
It looks very sad.

squirell nutkin  Sunday Apr 4 03:28 PM

I hate that, when I get stuck in mud and it dries around me and then I die. I really it when that happens...

monster  Sunday Apr 4 07:05 PM

Second pic looks like a clay elephant caught a fish

Gravdigr  Tuesday Apr 6 05:25 PM

The fish pic is outfuckingstanding. But, I wonder why the fish didn't rot away? It couldn't get that arid that fast, for there not to be enough moisture to begin rottage. Could it?

Cloud  Tuesday Apr 6 05:48 PM

didn't we have another post about this? Where the kids got lost in the dust storm?

ETA: hmm. cannot find. I think it was a Time article--very horrific. The dust storms were so bad, that kids got lost and died walking home from school.

jinx  Tuesday Apr 6 05:51 PM

The photoshop generation is skeptical of everything they haven't seen with their own eyes.

squirell nutkin  Tuesday Apr 6 06:03 PM

"Believe none of what you hear and only half of what you see"

Vermont saying

Gravdigr  Wednesday Apr 7 04:15 AM

Originally Posted by jinx View Post
The photoshop generation is skeptical of everything they haven't seen with their own eyes.
I didn't say they shopped the pic. Weather control. That's what I'm saying!

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