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Why Is Everyone In Arizona Avoiding This Topic?

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In April, I spent most of my time in Arizona. It’s hot, dry, suffering from severe drought, with spontaneous wildfires, and temperatures in the summer at 120 degrees.  To walk outside equates to jumping from your air-conditioned house into a frying pan.  Do you like your eggs over-easy or scrambled?  What about your body?

Also, one of my longtime friends and colleague from California, and now Pennsylvania, Joe Guzzardi spoke to me about his research as to America’s water sustainability in the coming decades.  What he told won’t put a smile on your face.

Since I Iive near the headwaters of the Colorado River, I’m very aware that our winter snowpack dwindles dramatically every year.  It’s going to get much worse, but 40 million people depend on it in Arizona, Nevada, and California.

Guzzardi said, “The grisly discovery of human remains at the bottom of Lake Mead is a grim reminder of the

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