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originally posted by: onequestion
originally posted by: pl3bscheese
a reply to: buddah6
You misread. He said "the warming of the planet" not "warm air". Global warming does increase water vapor in the atmosphere. This was predicted and evidenced.
More water vapor in the air = more precipitation though right
originally posted by: theabsolutetruth
a reply to: SPECULUM
They can replenished fast. Here a few years ago there was a dry winter and spring which made a few water tables in southern UK as below the sustainable levels though there was major flooding in the summer that flooded entire villages and fields for months and the water table was soon replenished.
Most of the human body is made up of water, H2O, with cells consisting of 65-90% water by weight.
originally posted by: kosmicjack
This drives me crazy. We live in a closed ecosystem. Where is the freaking wster? LoL!
Scientists have discovered a massive reserve of freshwater trapped beneath the seabed that could provide water to the world’s coastal cities and mitigate the impact of a looming global water crisis, according to a new study.
The study first reported in the journal Nature describes an estimated half-a-million cubic kilometers of low-salinity water buried in undersea aquifers off the coasts of Australia, China, North America and South Africa.
originally posted by: proteus33
all the major corps want youto think water is in short supply so they can charge you for it.
originally posted by: SPECULUM
In southwest Missouri there are Massive underground Aquifers larger than Newyork City.
I personally have a 300'ft well, but where i live we hit water table at 20'ft. I cant see losing water in my lifetime. a massive asteroid would have to hit the oceans and eject all the water into space before that ever happening