Re: Question Mr. Alder
Posted by Stephen Adler on December 13, 2019, 8:47 pm, in reply to "Question Mr. Alder"
River I don't have the skill to calculate; beyond my level of expertice. I would offer a different explanation. If we could furnish the drainage, what would be the limit? |
I spoke at an SIUE class and spoke for 120 minutes straight on the reasons we're here. A rich mixture of cultural and demographic reasons why the world ended here. Right where we stand.
The transportation assets are here. We have access to 75% of American commerce in less than 24 hrs transit. All we need to assure business is that we are dedicated to their interests. After WW2 the world had to beat a path to America; the only place to buy steel was America. It's not that way anymore, the Japanese have their own steel plants; however, the American consumer is still the one everyone wants to influence. Spendable dollars. The largest consumer market on Earth!
Don't embrace the past, its not coming back, rather, embrace the future. The American Bottoms is smack in the middle of America's future, but many can't see it.
The future is here, waiting for us to embrace it.