Mountain man stating his rights!
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“"*" Always Thinking "*"”

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#44 Jan 16, 2014
Do you think it's just a coincidence that our God given things;
earth, water, space, and freedom are the things fought over the most?

“"*" Always Thinking "*"”

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#45 Jan 16, 2014
PS; O yew I almost forgot people!

“frequently laughing”

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#46 Jan 16, 2014
Sublime1 wrote:
I messed up the quotes on the first part of your response.
<quoted text>
If they really cared, they wouldn't clear cut.
If they really cared, they would replant with species that are representative of the species they have harvested.
If they really cared, they wouldn't favor trees that grow the fastest and that can be harvested sooner.
If people really cared they would stop using toilet paper. Until that happens it's all hypocritical rhetoric.

“frequently laughing”

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#47 Jan 16, 2014
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI wrote:
<quoted text>they are concerned with timber profits not environmental impact downstream
most corprat researchers are shills
2222, all in
I agree profit is what motivates them.

“frequently laughing”

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#48 Jan 16, 2014
Water is already an issue in California. Has been since SF stole the water rights for the Tuolumne river and damned it up, via an Act of Congress.
So Cal is currently building an aqueduct to divert water from Nor Cal. To add to it we are on day 40 days of no rain and counting. Well on the way to breaking the record set during the drought of 1976 of 44 days.

Desalination plants seem to be best future option. They claim cost prohibitive but the problem will only get worse and the costs will continue rise, so why wait?
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

United States

#49 Jan 16, 2014
Always Wary wrote:
Water is already an issue in California. Has been since SF stole the water rights for the Tuolumne river and damned it up, via an Act of Congress.
So Cal is currently building an aqueduct to divert water from Nor Cal. To add to it we are on day 40 days of no rain and counting. Well on the way to breaking the record set during the drought of 1976 of 44 days.
Desalination plants seem to be best future option. They claim cost prohibitive but the problem will only get worse and the costs will continue rise, so why wait?
the same professor told me , again 15 yrs ago, that the coast lines will be dotted with nuke and desal plants w/ pipelines running inland, he said it will start in the middle east

http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/04...

https://www.google.com/#q=iran+nuclear+plant
Mister Nestles

Glen Ellyn, IL

#50 Jan 16, 2014
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
I heard/read more than once that the next "Big War" will happen over water resources, not oil.
Absolutely. We need water to survive. Oil is just a marketed 'need'. You can go days, years or a lifetime without oil. But [email protected] days max. After about 9 days without water, you won't think $100 a bottle is "too much"....<insert diabolical laughter here>

“frequently laughing”

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#51 Jan 16, 2014
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI wrote:
<quoted text>the same professor told me , again 15 yrs ago, that the coast lines will be dotted with nuke and desal plants w/ pipelines running inland, he said it will start in the middle east
http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/04...
https://www.google.com/#q=iran+nuclear+plant
Add the earthquakes in California it really does seem like a risky mix. The most crying would be over sea views ruined. It could be rather interesting, Eminent Domain is becoming the go option more often in this state.
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

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#52 Jan 16, 2014
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

United States

#53 Jan 16, 2014
Always Wary wrote:
<quoted text> Add the earthquakes in California it really does seem like a risky mix. The most crying would be over sea views ruined. It could be rather interesting, Eminent Domain is becoming the go option more often in this state.
thirst trumps ambiance

“frequently laughing”

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#54 Jan 16, 2014
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI wrote:
<quoted text>thirst trumps ambiance
I'd like to think so....
Independent

United States

#55 Jan 16, 2014
justaguess wrote:
Wait till the shyt starts hitting the fan on water rights...coming to a theater near you...
People around here with wells are now required to register them. Wondering when they will meter them.

:^(
A noted pundit

Glen Ellyn, IL

#56 Jan 16, 2014
They want the wells registered so future president Cruz can confiscate them for Nestles!
LOST IN MISSISSIPPI

United States

#57 Jan 16, 2014
A noted pundit wrote:
They want the wells registered so future president Cruz can confiscate them for Nestles!
its started

http://www.naturalnews.com/029286_rainwater_c...

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