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I suggest you also look into what sewage treatment for large cities encompasses. And where that treated sewage goes before making completely stupid remarks.

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Robert do you have any kind of knowledge what so ever? Do you understand how the oceans became salt water? I suggest you go look it up before inserting your foot in your mouth again.

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Fjep:

1) The sewage water is treated and reused.

2) Most of the water used in farming (which is the majority of water used for anything) is not reused. It is put into farming and that is were it ends.

Does it evaporate? yes, but it returns to as rain in areas and as a form which isn't sustainable.. This creates flash floods which aren't useful for growing food or filling aquifers.

As such it is washed out to sea as fresh water diluting sea water and thus furthering climate change by affecting the weather on a global scale.

3) The great lakes are in fact being depleted. The fact we must dredge more proves this fact. As we do this, the lakes decrease even further as the water must fill the new void created for shipping...

That results in less water that makes it into the rivers and tributaries which would otherwise be used for farming.

The A to B to C of this is more dredging and further depleting a depleting water source.

Simple math equation.

If you had 10 and now have 9 how much did you lose? Answer: 1.

If you now have 9 and to make up for that 1 you must commit an action which deducts 2, how much are you left with? Answer 7.

This is what we are doing to the great lakes. To fix one problem, we are creating more problems. Why? Because we don't want to convert our farming methods to more renewable ones, let alone ones which use 50% less water.

You and your mind set gave us the dust ball, you will reward us with a even grander dust ball that won't end in any of our life times.

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We steal are stealing the water, and are trying to corner the market so we can send it all to China in exchange for Chia-pets. Ok you caught us red handed, One of Simons Little bottles broke last fall, and we used Simon's weather machine to make it look like a storm caused the flooding.

Bobby deserves a Scooby snack now.

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Not sure, Does he know anyone named sweet polly-purebred?

Better see if has has a hidden compartment in his ring

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So Bobby since you claim this is world wide please explain the flooding of New Jersey and New York recently?

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LMFAO@Looking~yea you are probably right, now that was funny. So ya think our Bobby is Underdog?

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I think this is where Bobby is getting his info regarding the water shortage.....

youtube . com/watch?v=hqVMzHpQNh4

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Drought! The economic depression of the 1930s was longer and harder than any other in American history because it was followed by one of the longest and hardest droughts on record. There are cycles of drought, but this was one of the worst ever recorded. The decade started with dry years in 1930 and 1931 especially in the East. Then, 1934 recorded extremely dry conditions over almost 80 percent of the United States. Extreme drought conditions returned in 1936, 1939 and 1940. Walter Schmitt calls this the "double whammy" of drought and depression.

The drought made the Depression worse, especially in the Great Plains. The "Great" Depression was a national and international disaster, but the Plains were hardest hit. In 1933, the average person living in North Dakota earned only $145 a year. That compared with a national average of $375, over twice as much.

With no rain, farmers couldn't grow any crops. No crops meant that the wind blew bare soil high in the air creating dust storms. School was canceled because of dust storms, not snowstorms. Some farmers, in trouble because of the bad economy, were forced to give up and move out of the plains looking for work.

The New Deal worked frantically to provide relief and to get farmers to conserve their soil.

livinghistoryfarm.o rg/farminginthe30s/water_01.html

Bobby is such a uneducated fool.

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FJ, Maybe Simon Bar Sinister and Cad are using their water machine again.....

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