Armageddon Worried

Washington state, home of the rainy city of Seattle, declared a drought emergency on Thursday because of unusually low winter snowfalls. Meanwhile, Death Valley, CA, the hottest, driest, lowest place in the country, is a sea of wildflowers and, well, water, having had three times the usual rainfall so far this season. Something just ain’t right. According to two UC Berkeley physicists, mass extinction on Earth happens every 62 million years and the last one, when the dinosaurs bit the Jurassic dust, was 65 million years ago. From where I sit it looks like we should either bend over and kiss our butts goodbye or book our vacation tickets to Seattle and Death Valley. I know which one I’m leaning towards.

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