Great Lakes dry? That's why...
A few months ago Polistra debunked
a typically idiotic claim that "climate change" was altering rainfall patterns, causing Lake Huron and Superior to be unusually low. Rainfall around the Great Lakes has been INCREASING, not DECREASING.
Now it appears that the experts, amazingly enough, have reached the same conclusion.
It's a change of outflow, not a change of inflow. More water is escaping from the upper lakes through the straits of Detroit, flowing through Erie and Ontario into the St Lawrence. Still not entirely clear why.
I'd want to ask whether the decline of Detroit has some relevance. When a city drops to half its previous population, its sewage outflow also drops to half, and thus its ability to clog and silt the St Clair.
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