posted on Dec, 26 2007 @ 12:15 AM
A lot of people are in in a severe drought right now, especially in the south east where I live.
I have heard people decline a glass of water when offered to them and say "but we're in a drought!". I remind them they will only be borrowing
My concern is that people are not taking into consideration how much of our water is currently in bottles or cans and has no chance to reach the
ecosystem when contained for the purpose of resale.
There are warehouses, trucks, stores, gas stations and trash piles, etc. filled with water that has been removed from the natural water cycle of the
Water is in everything you eat and drink, just think about how many food products are mass produced and stockpiled for the purpose of enterprise.
If you want 'global warming' to subside then we have to see to it that huge corporations aren't consuming more than their fair share of a natural
resource that is a necessity for life.
This is just something to think about next time you walk into a gas station (or anywhere that sells food) and see fully stocked refrigerated shelves
of bottled brown sugar water after driving by a dried up lake bed.
There is always the same amount of water on Earth at all times. It's just being held captive.
Think about it and discuss.