Monday, August 5, 2019
Lessons From Lake Michigan
Six years ago, Lake Michigan was at a historically low level, and people talked about a "new normal".
Now, the Lake is 6 feet higher, at record highs, and people are worried and upset because beaches and piers are missing and getting destroyed.
1. Things in life and nature are cyclical.
2. There's always someone complaining: too high or too low.
3. The scale of nature is awesome: The lake went up 6 feet. To put it in perspective, to raise Lake Michigan by 1 inch takes about 780 billion gallons of water.
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