Preparing for the Future

Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 May 2015 12:59 Written by Albert Greenhut Thursday, 6 November 2014 04:21

I usually stay away from writing about anything remotely political, especially after being buried in political ads over the past few months, but I wanted to address a potentially political topic. There are those who propose secession as an option for various regions, states, or counties. I personally do not think secession is a good idea, which was tried with bloody consequences back in 1861, however sometimes I do revel in the comedy of the suggestion (my favorite is the aura of superiority I sense when I hear about the secessionists from the northern parts of Michigan who actually want to call their offshoot Superior). There are so many ways that Americans are bound together it would be a travesty, and extraordinarily inconvenient, for a small group to break away. Further proof that secession isn’t all it is dreamed about is Scotland’s recent vote to not separate from the rest of the United Kingdom, thus preserving their union (and their national animal the unicorn).

I also do not think that the rest of the United States would allow one state, or unit, to break away. But recently there has been proof that it might not even be a choice. What I am referring to is how rising waters can possibly impact Florida. Within the next few hundred years it is possible that rising waters will cut off southern Florida from the rest of the state. I supposed that the two entities are disconnected already, but I do not think that this is the way that anyone in their right mind would imagine separating.

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