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Hello you have mentioned only one source of water which is River. Please elaborate on this as well
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Water is unlimited on earth and freely available, but government corruption and incompetence prevent access to it. My state of California flushes over a third of our water straight back into the ocean each day from the Sierras. Other states cash in selling water to us idiots, and the depletion of Lake Powell is just one consequence. We have not built a reservoir in over 40 years, though several projects have passed the legislature. And as a state full of morons, it is easy to convince the public that water must be 'conserved' and price-gouged in a state sandwiched between the Sierras and the Pacific Ocean.
One thing we need to do is move water from the ocean back inland to places we need it and if we can do that while generating clean energy we have a chance to mitigate climate change and still have a prosperous future. It is really, really hard but it is not impossible.
The biggest idea I am trying to express is tunneling aqueducts from the coast, in this case the west coast of the USA inland to feed combination geothermal power and sea water desalination plants. The idea seems to be so big that no one has considered it possible but I believe it is not only possible but it is necessary. For over a century the fossil water contained in aquifers has been pumped out to feed agriculture, industry and municipal water needs. The natural water cycle cant refill fossil water deposits that were filled 10,000 years ago when the glaciers melted after the last ice age. Without refilling these aquifers there is not much of a future for the region of the United states. As a result ground levels in some areas of the San Joaquin Valley have subsided by more than 30 feet. Similar fossil water depletion is happening in other regions all around the world. TBM and tunneling technology has matured and further developments in the industry are poised to speed up the tunneling process and it's these tunnels that are the only way to move large volumes of water from the ocean inland. The water is moved inland to areas where it can be desalinated in geothermal plants producing clean water and power. In many cases the water will recharge surface reservoirs where it will be used first to make more hydro power before being released into rivers and canal systems. It's very important however to not stop tunneling at these first stops but to continue several legs until the water has traveled from the ocean under mountain ranges to interior states. Along the way water will flow down grade through tunnels and rise in geothermal loops to fill mountain top pumped hydro batteries several times before eventually recharging several major aquifers. What I am proposing is essentially reversing the flow of the Colorado River Compact. Bringing water from the coast of California first to mountaintop reservoirs then to the deserts of Nevada and Arizona and on to Utah, New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming. This big idea looks past any individual city or states problems and looks at the whole and by using first principles identifies the actual problem and only solution.
Thank you for your time, I would like the opportunity to explain in further detail and answer any questions
He has to use California, not the Middle East or Africa, as the example because he knows which people a lot of the audience value more due to their bias.
5:36 bruh here i'm glad i live in Argentina but what happened to poor Uruguay? U ok neighbor?
You know maybe some countries are experiencing water shortages because of oh... They're in a desert? Also water doesn't just disappear it goes against the law of conservation.
The global solution to water scarcity is atmospheric water generation.
An American finally experiencing what being an African feels like. Beautiful to see.
New bs agenda
Are u not gonna talk about animal agriculture?
I love compost toilets humanure great natural fertilizer for fruit trees no wasted water
Where I live. Because of the pandemic, they put soooo many chemicals in the water, I am now unable to drink it. Before I go even further, we have a 3 stage reverse osmosis. From 3, we went to 7 stages and still I am unable to drink from it. Then, we buy water from the stores.... I can't drink that either because of UV Light Treatment and Carbon and Plastic. How do I get my water now? We drive 30+ minutes to get Spring Water. YES, driving 30+ minutes each way and lugging about 10X 3- Gallons Glass Bottles just to have drinking water for about 1-2 months. WAIT, there is more.... My dad is getting old, I am wondering how we are going to get our water in 10+ years from now?
P.S. In case you are wondering where I am from, North Massachusetts!
The giant Oglala aquifer in the central plains is also running dry. That will also put pressure on agriculture. Someone needs to offer a billion dollar prize to anyone who can find a cost effective way to desalinate sea water. By "cost effective" I mean competitive with the water run off in temperate climates. Also, the cost of disposal of waste brine has to be figured in.
water is cool
Video does not talk about the lush green golf courses. That stay green year round.
Too many people too little fresh drinkable water,climate change and bottled water being used and sold at a profit all add to this problem
Conservation and recycling are not enough. There is a new invention: Process of converting seawater to hydrogen, piping it and reforming it to freshwater that converts seawater into freshwater AND transfer it inland at minimal cost. It can be powered by solar cells. This investment would last generations and would avoid the uncertain weather
The solution is a plant-based diet. Animal agriculture is the number one cause of water use and pollution.