The Dinosaurs in Our Backyard
Global warming trends appear to have changed the diet of the dinosaur species Falcarius utahensis
from carnivore to herbivore to vegetarian.
The change was gradual, possibly over millions of years, but the point that they evolved due to changes in availability of resources is one that our present day dinosaurs need to demonstrate that they are seriously considering. We don't have millions of years to watch them evolve.
Already their elevated status in our country has been reclassified as junk
. Consider the automotive capital of the world
. Detroit is now, as Jack Lessenberry observes
, rapidly becoming a rusting machinery theme park. Can we move it along with skill or will it balloon into A Global Economy in Crisis
I seriously wonder what the archeologists of the future, if there are any, will find. I wonder how they will describe our unconscionable squandering and sheer waste?
GM and Ford; extinction cause by greediness and lack of foresight & adaptability.
posted by Cyndy