I'm just at a loss as to why he thinks the South will be impacted any worse than any other major area - if anything, it will be the major cities in urban areas that are more affected by changing of fuel sources. I'm also not sure what he thinks oil has to do with the South, unless he's specifically referring to Texas, which is super strange since Texas is only like 1/16 of the south, and it doesn't even count as the "southeast" it's actually approximately THE SOUTH...hardly east or west, though some parts, the dry parts, seem SouthWest.
I think it's absurd that he thinks that what happened in New Orleans happens all the time, too, as it was totally fine for around 300 years before Katrina hit...that's right, I said THREE HUNDRED YEARS. The city was founded in the early 1700's...three hundred years without Katrina...plus, as I've already mentioned we KNOW that New Orleans is under sea level, so it's a higher risk area than many other places in the south. New Orleans is really just a small part of the south, and it's not even the biggest city in the southeastern U.S. - Atlanta, GA gets that title. Note that Georgia is a landlocked state. So is WV, where the coal comes from, just in case he didn't read that before.
Tornados hit the MidWest and earthquakes hit the West coast. I'm really not sure why Antisocial One picked this particular area, but I'm guessing it has to do with things he's read about that he's blown out of proportion in his mind.
It's like saying that all of Russia is Chernobyl, that's how absurd it is, truly.
I think Tinker is correct on the "alarmist" title...sounds like a paranoid INTJ conspiracy theory to me...and the problem being is that it's not founded in reality really at all, as we keep pointing out, his view of the South is pretty warped and inaccurate as far as geography is concerned.