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Water drought in the US
Posted 11/22/07
water has gotton so scarce in georgia that atlanta the capital only has 1 month and a half left of water. athens only has one month, and flordia and alabama are sucking all the water out of lake lanier and lake alatona. fl and Al have no water restrictions what are some alternatives what should we do.
Posted 11/22/07
srry bout duplication it just happened
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Posted 11/22/07
Tons of water here in canada, got a nice ole ice - snow storm today.
Posted 11/22/07
lol you double post this topic. .x)

what? you're water is getting lesser.o.o?
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Posted 11/22/07
^ Don't post a topic twice please...water drought...ouch. Then are you going to have water delivered to you're country?
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Posted 11/22/07
If you think that's bad, wait till 20 years, there will be virtually no water in the world

Edit: Fresh Water
Posted 11/22/07
why will there be no water
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Posted 11/22/07

coreyb49127 wrote:

for some reason i think the US will be ok.............. what are you exactly trying to discuss here or are you just trying to inform us?

and to the dumbass that said there will be no water in 20 years go hang yourself
Please, don't insult me, it makes you look like an idiot.
I meant fresh water, there will still be water.
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Posted 11/22/07

coreyb49127 wrote:

Do they not have Science Class in whatever lower level school you attend?


http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/static/in_depth/world/2000/world_water_crisis/default.stm

*idiot*


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Posted 11/22/07

monkey-of-evil720 wrote:

^ your the idiot because you find your life and education on the internet and never pay attention in school. shame...


lolz... agree..
~I also somehow think that the US wont be having problems, well thats what i hope. Maybe in the future, as threats get immensely scary, maybe we might be able to discover something. We wont really know what will happen. Circumstances changes everything.
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Posted 11/22/07

mikomiko123 wrote:


monkey-of-evil720 wrote:

^ your the idiot because you find your life and education on the internet and never pay attention in school. shame...


lolz... agree..
~I also somehow think that the US wont be having problems, well thats what i hope. Maybe in the future, as threats get immensely scary, maybe we might be able to discover something. We wont really know what will happen. Circumstances changes everything.
Before calling me an idiot, please take ten minutes and look at the site I posted earlier, read it carefully

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Posted 11/22/07
I live in TN and we had the drought too, all of our grass and trees died and we weren't allowed to water our yards T_T they say the land won't recover until 2009
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Posted 11/22/07
For the record I live in Florida and there have been some water restrictions, they just wasn't enforced good enough, my father also works for the South Florida Water Management District, last year when I was in middle school all schools in Palm Beach County (probably others) were required to raise the temp. of there thermostats to save water, restrictions were made on days and times allowed to water grass also. I think you talking about Lake Okeechobee. Unless your talking about North Florida then Idk.
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Posted 11/22/07
Um.. It is possible to run out of fresh water since rain carries not only fresh but salt water. Due to global warming, the ice caps will melt away and those are our fresh water resources. If the ice caps melts away we will only have limited time before we run out of fresh water. But this wont happen for another 100 years.. i hope >.>
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Posted 11/22/07

coreyb49127 wrote:

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
No shit huh? Of Course their are places without Freshwater but saying the world is gonna run out is retarded ok here ya go


barney style for your stupid self

o and yes the water you drink leaves your system as well. Nothing retains water forever there will always be rain IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO RUN OUT OF FRESH WATER
Ok, Let me start over, in 20 years, i agree there will still be fresh water, but not enough to sustain the human population. Global Warnings/Pollutions are the major causes.


Humans have available less than 0.08% of all the Earth's water. Yet over the next two decades our use is estimated to increase by about 40%.

-Alex Kirby

Which means our use increases, however fresh water doesn't, actually decreases.

And in another 50 years, fresh water will be even more less than now.
Which mean we're running out of fresh water.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/755497.stm
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