Waterless World - Calamity Calling

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yon

Miami Beach, FL

#1 Aug 4, 2014
" As if we did not have enough problems, many parts of the world and millions upon millions of people are running out of water. The southwestern United States is dry as a bone and San Paulo in Brazil, a city of 20 million, is in big trouble. So much so that if it does not rain in October, the whole country will be in trouble because what will the Brazilian or any government do with 20 million people out of water?

All those people who are drinking out of the Colorado River, what are we going to do with them? Who is going to grow the food that Californians will no longer be able to do because they do not have enough water for crops? Farmers in California’s Central Valley, the world’s most productive agricultural region, are paying as much as 10 times more for water than they did before the state’s record drought cut supply.

Scientists just released the results of a first-of-its-kind study that finds the seven states of the drought-stricken Colorado River Basin are depleting groundwater reserves at a rapid rate.. That threatens the future of a river that supplies water to 40 million people and irrigates 4 million acres of farmland.

The Colorado River Basin has lost 65 cubic kilometers—that’s 17.3 trillion gallons—of water between December 2004 and November 2013. More than 80% of California is now in an extreme drought,........."

http://drsircus.com/world-news/waterless-worl...
Holy dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#2 Aug 4, 2014
yon wrote:
" As if we did not have enough problems, many parts of the world and millions upon millions of people are running out of water. The southwestern United States is dry as a bone and San Paulo in Brazil, a city of 20 million, is in big trouble. So much so that if it does not rain in October, the whole country will be in trouble because what will the Brazilian or any government do with 20 million people out of water?
All those people who are drinking out of the Colorado River, what are we going to do with them? Who is going to grow the food that Californians will no longer be able to do because they do not have enough water for crops? Farmers in California’s Central Valley, the world’s most productive agricultural region, are paying as much as 10 times more for water than they did before the state’s record drought cut supply.
Scientists just released the results of a first-of-its-kind study that finds the seven states of the drought-stricken Colorado River Basin are depleting groundwater reserves at a rapid rate.. That threatens the future of a river that supplies water to 40 million people and irrigates 4 million acres of farmland.
The Colorado River Basin has lost 65 cubic kilometers—that’s 17.3 trillion gallons—of water between December 2004 and November 2013. More than 80% of California is now in an extreme drought,........."
http://drsircus.com/world-news/waterless-worl...
You are now greater Liar then before as JW
God Almighty have enough of winds,clouds, moisture control and laugh from idiots like you and those global warming BS Washington Lies

God is laughing from them .because since past 20 years global climate is colder then 25 years ago,
even Maryland Summers hot before like hell,today sommers have less humid, less heat, more rains, wind breeze,and never over 95 F, maybe this year only 1 time

stop Lies, and start count on God's Bible promise,instead spread all kind of past JW fricking BS
2nd return of Christ is calling,not Calamity and idiotism on Internet
yon

Miami Beach, FL

#3 Aug 4, 2014
California drought:'May have to migrate people'

"....It's going from worse to worst each week in California.

Suffering in its third year of drought, more than 58 percent of the state is currently in "exceptional drought" stage, according to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor map. That marks a huge jump from just seven days ago, when about 36 percent of the state was categorized that way.

Exceptional drought, the most extreme category, indicates widespread crop and pasture losses and shortages of water in reservoirs, streams and wells.

If the state continues on this path, there may have to be thoughts about moving people out, said Lynn Wilson, academic chair at Kaplan University and who serves on the climate change delegation in the United Nations.

"Civilizations in the past have had to migrate out of areas of drought," Wilson said. "We may have to migrate people out of California."

Wilson added that before that would happen, every option such as importing water to the state would likely occur— but "migration can't be taken off the table.".........

http://www.cnbc.com/id/101884085
PDX Dave

Portland, OR

#4 Aug 4, 2014
It's true that historically in the US, if not all over the world, more local wars have been fought and people killed over water, than over oil and natural gas. Several of the main aquifers in the US (the Ogallala and the Floridan) being depleted, as they are filled with fossil water from the glaciers of the last Ice Age, and they do not recharge from groundwater. Many of the original Wells have run dry, as the subterranean water level has dropped below their intake tubes. These have to be re-drilled at a cost of several thousand dollars, ranchers and farmers who can't afford that simply lock up their operations and let the Prairie returned to grass. Yes it is a glum future when you look at it.
UidiotRaceMAkeWo rldPeace

United States

#5 Aug 4, 2014
PDX Dave wrote:
It's true that historically in the US, if not all over the world, more local wars have been fought and people killed over water, than over oil and natural gas. Several of the main aquifers in the US (the Ogallala and the Floridan) being depleted, as they are filled with fossil water from the glaciers of the last Ice Age, and they do not recharge from groundwater. Many of the original Wells have run dry, as the subterranean water level has dropped below their intake tubes. These have to be re-drilled at a cost of several thousand dollars, ranchers and farmers who can't afford that simply lock up their operations and let the Prairie returned to grass. Yes it is a glum future when you look at it.
NG fracking will ruined/poison fungible water tables and cause earthshatering quakes , and make sure you don't light a match when turn on the faucet ,! Bababababaaa

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