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Peak Oil? What About Peak Water?

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posted on May, 26 2008 @ 11:11 PM
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Everyone is complaining about the prices at the pump.

What I'm concerned about is the amount of fresh water to the public in the next few years.

So what about it?




posted on May, 26 2008 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by Ihavenoidea
Everyone is complaining about the prices at the pump.

What I'm concerned about is the amount of fresh water to the public in the next few years.

So what about it?


Source

February 2008 Issue of Texas Monthly deals with the Future.

The Last Drop is a very interesting read. We are on track to run out of water in 2035.

Same issue talks about peak oil and why things will never be the same.



posted on May, 27 2008 @ 12:15 AM
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You're right.

Since at least 2002 the World Heritage Committee of the U.N. has been mapping out the world's free water supply, as restricting water as a weapon of war to commit mass genocide and/or extortion ... since the major rivers of the world normally flow through several countries and/or states, therefore cutting it off at the head causing drought and starvation.

Similarly, the U.S. Heritage Committee has been very active in the Sacramento delta in sending water from northern California to southern California.

These are intelligence operations.

These are the same folks who are putting land around the world into trust where people are not allowed to trespass.

It is part of the underground Reich "Earth Island" philosophy of genocide by restriction of natural resources.

Peak oil is another big myth -- as the most tops fuel is created by running a small current into water with a small bit of acidic catalyst which changes the water into hydrogen and oxygen -- and when its burned, it creates water again.

There is no fuel shortage. There is no water shortage. There is a shortage of intelligence and a greater shortage of love, since even stupid people can love.

Peak compassion.



 
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