posted on Aug, 3 2014 @ 03:00 AM
originally posted by: droid56
I`m not joking when I say water might become as valuable as oil in the future. Droughts are spreading globally.
Not here Im afraid. Not yet.
SOuthern Europe, it should be in the 30-40 C but instead most of the summer it has been about 25, massive floodings and landslides. Our neighbour has
had to evacuate their house as it is collapsing due to the waterlogged ground. We normally suffer forest fires at this time of year, the grass is
usually brown and the fruits are ripening. But not now, all fruits have rotted, grass is going black (literally rotting in the ground), my tomatoes
are going black, potatoes are ok but not much else.
Wheat, barley etc, all gone in this area,,,rotted.
Not sure what the consequenses of this will be.
To top it all, we now need to re-biuld the side of the house as the water has washed away the base at one side of the wall. Just found out this
edit on 3-8-2014 by pennydrops because: (no reason given)