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If you are moving to the SW carry a few gallons of water.


By HEY YOU   Follow   Mon, 28 Jan 2013, 9:35pm   233 views   3 comments
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http://jeffberndt.hubpages.com/hub/The-Coming-Water-Crisis-in-America

Were on the edge of a water crisis in the United States. Ongoing development in the American Southwest has created an ever-rising demand for a resource that has always been in short supply in the region. Civil engineering projects over the last century have made this development possible, but we seem to be reaching the point where current population levels in Nevada, Arizona, and Southeastern California are becoming unsustainable. People are living in a desert, and using water to do things like filling swimming pools, growing lawns, and creating golf courses. Sooner or later, were going to have to face...

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  1. Peter P


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    1   9:40pm Mon 28 Jan 2013   Share   Quote   Permalink   Like   Dislike  

    HEY YOU says

    People are living in a desert, and using water to do things like filling swimming pools, growing lawns, and creating golf courses.

    It should not matter how people use water if they pay for it. Feeding a family is no more noble than enjoying oneself.

    We just need to charge everybody at full market price.

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    2   9:48pm Mon 28 Jan 2013   Share   Quote   Permalink   Like   Dislike  

    Sounds like there's a future in moisture farms. Now, if only I could find a droid that understands the binary language of moisture vaporators.

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    There is much that can be done. Recycling gray water may prove to be economical.

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