|Emily AC: Multi-Talented Comedian||
That just means there will be a boost, today :)
I want to cover trends. I've mentioned in the blog that I see the world headed toward a huge disaster... but that I'm not sure what it is. It seems like there are a bunch of potential set-ups that can set off a chain reaction.
Some people that can deconstruct like I can think we have a bit more time than I think. This is why I challenge any followers of mine to take a few hours and google different trends over the last forty years.
Pick trends you don't usually think about. Geology, money, art... Go nuts. Go in all different directions. I want you to look closely at critiques of these things, too. Compare to government trends, too.
I want people to start to look around and notice what I noticed.
...Because most people that can do what I can do seem to miss the water crisis. I've known about the crisis for years... but it has gotten much worse since last I checked.
This because acquiring water is a power move, now.
I'm going to have my own space with my own yard, again. I want to make the most effective use of my yard in case I get stuck in CA. The hoover dam is running too low. That means CA could be cut off in four years.
Las Vegas doesn't help anything, at all. The casinos like to look cool with water everywhere and the people are willing to pay whatever to get it! Crazy.
I want to take some time and study up on how to make better use of water during a water shortage. I'll report my findings when I've devised a plan for my space. If I can come up with an efficient use of my space, anyone will be able to replicate it in their areas.
I doubt this will be a difficult task. I've already heard of people coming up with replenishable water sources in their homes. The point is... if more people focus on the problem, the problem will lessen.
Am I saying I can solve the water crisis? No. That would be dumb. But--because we still have access to water; we could be a lot smarter about how we use it (like... stop watering grass). I think we could potentially build oasis'.
Enough spots with replenishable water sources could stave off disaster and buy us more time. Some recovery efforts might not be in effect for a few years. We're already in a severe drought all over the state.
So... I'll play around a bit more, tonight :)
I'm on a candy kick, too! And I'll get higher!