The coming water famine

It would appear that the United States has run out of water.

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4 Responses to The coming water famine

  1. briand75 says:

    Looks to me that you could treat sewer water that way and come up with potable water. Advanced filtration is carbon filter and resin. Reverse Osmosis removes all but the smallest of molecules and Ozone is a bacteriostat process if I remember correctly. Wow! The Canadians will next ship us Soylent Green.

    • CC1s121LrBGT says:

      It’s a trick. Using the name Niagara (as in Niagara Falls) Bottling and the location of Ontario (also as in Niagara Falls) creates an image of plentiful free flowing fresh water.

      Look a little closer and you will see that Walmart is taking water from the California desert and selling it in bottles, presumably to people that live in areas with plentiful rainfall and no fines for watering their gardens and washing their cars.

      When I see something like this, I immediately think that politicians have interfered with market based pricing to incentive something that is not in the common good. Aside from artificially low water prices in the desert there may be tax money involved to encourage removing water from the desert.

      What’s next, tax incentives for shipping snow to the Eskimos? Can I say that in 2017, or is that a hate crime to the Inuit (not the company that stores your tax returns) ?

    • Fred Stiening says:

      You and I were both fooled 😉

      It is Ontario California, not Ontario Canada, eh

      The Youtube sensation Indiana Jack hates driving loads carrying bottled water. He particularly despises Nestle, who is trying very hard to buy up water supplies to force you to buy water from them.

      https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/a-jazz-singer-fights-niagara-bottling/amp

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