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This episode of Oregon Field Guide is on the topic of "the big one" and Oregon's level of preparedness, or lack thereof. The show also compares and contrasts with preparations in Japan for similar events.
Anyway, I watched it today, and just thought I'd pass along in the event it is of...
Burke: When ‘the big one’ hits should ants help grasshoppers? | HeraldNet.com
By Tom Burke
The short version of the Greek storyteller Aesop’s fable, “The Ant and the Grasshopper,” goes: Ant works all summer laying in food; grasshopper spends summer making music. Comes winter the ant eats, the...