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Are you thirsty?
May 18, 2008, 8:24 pm
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It’s been brought to my attention that the increased scarcity of water is looming on the horizon as a massive problem.

This is a link to a list of articles on the subject: . Take a look at this long list and it will set you back a moment. I live in the Los Angeles area and the subject of water, do we have enough, and where can we get more is a part of the city’s history. When I hear mumblings about how this is going to be an issue again, I tend to put in the back of my mind, on the shelf of troubles that the rest of the world is going to fix.

Under this link, I found an article entitled, “”Those who control oil and water rule the world.” Think about it. If we stand back and let the major powers be the ones that deal with this issue, it will turn into a big mess. We all know how well they, the powers-that-be, deal with the ongoing scarcity of oil.

Now, if you are having doubts that a water shortage is an issue, check out the link and look at the number of articles on the subject on just this one website.

Dams are needed in California and there is a chance the Las Vegas will run out of water completely. This doesn’t include the troubles abroad with droughts and famine.

One of the biggest solutions mankind needs in the next couple of decades is a more efficient way to utilize the water we have. We also need a way to provide more and just maybe a solution to an age old problem, how to use sea water to our benefit.

All of this is time consuming and costly. The party and government that comes up with efficient solution to these problems will be controlling the strings of the rest of the world.

There are some attempts already at easing this problem. This is a link to a story about a system that deals with saving rain water:

We all know that the world is fascinated with getting a jump on what the next big thing is going to be. I am here to tell you that is and will continue to be water.

Keep your eyes peeled on the news coverage and any techie potential solutions. If opportunities for potential investment crop up, don’t think twice before jumping in.

This is sure to be ongoing topic for the foreseeable future. I doubt the problems with water will ever completely be resolved.

Technology for delivering water will without a doubt one of the next big things.

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Laura Bell



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