posted on Mar, 29 2006 @ 05:32 PM
It occurs to me that global warming is a reality, and chunks of ice keep floating off the coast of Greenland, clogging shipping lanes, and rising the
level of the ocean. Now, even if we find solutions to pollution, the proposed cause of global warming, what do we do with all the ice in the meantime?
Would it be possible to cut the ice down into manageable chunks and ship these chunks of fresh water to places that are experiencing drought, such as
Africa, and irrigate fields? It might help alleviate some of the clogging of shipping lanes, the rise of ocean levels, and feed the starving by