07-22-2009, 10:27 AM #21
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Re: Will recycling urine into drinking water solve the problem of water scarcity?
[quote author=Formo link=topic=52461.msg972012#msg972012 date=1248210912]
Isn't there the same amount of water on Earth as there has been the past 100+ million years?
If so, how is their a water scarcity problem?
What happens when it condenses in the sky?
Turns into water.
Where does that water go?
Back into our rivers and lakes.
I'm not worried, I live within pissing distance of the biggest freshwater lake in the world.
Lake Baikal contains more fresh water than all the great lakes combined!
surface area, Lake Superior is the biggest by far.
Lake Baikal is over 4 times deeper than Lake Superior though.
Lake Baikal has always fascinated me since I was a kid and first learned about it in 4th grade - I have no idea why...but even as an adult my favorite place to be is on or near a lake.
volume, but when we're talking about lakes that big, it doesn't matter.
Where I live, and near that lake, there's no water shortage.
Its dry places like Africa where its an issue, and short of trucking water in constantly, there's not much to do.
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