Just another reason California is where it is today.
And I read yesterday that Walmart gets its bottled water from
California. It just cracks me up that California allows it precious
small water supply leave the state. But then that is what lines the
Clearly California took it's sweet ass time in declaring a drought
emergency. Had it been any other state other than Californication, they
would have had restrictions the first year of the drought, not 4 years
There has been water restrictions for the last 10 or more years.
We moved out after being under them for a few years. It is just
becoming stronger and more coverage.
Someday the rich will find out about the drought, but none read or
listen to the TV. They party.
On 5/19/2015 10:15 PM, woodchucker wrote:
This is true but then again they are not over populated. Nevada OTOH
could probably put our country in a better energy position if they did
not burn so much resources to keep their glitter lit up.
I watched a one hour special on how much energy LasVegas literally
wastes to light the place up..... Unbelievable. The show was really
about how they need an unbelievable amount of power stations to fulfill
the need. I was left with the impression that LasVegas sucks you to
death in more ways than one.
But a limitation of water does not limit population growth, look at
California. People are still going to have families, California is
still going to have wild raging fires, and California is still going too
While I agree with your statement somewhat, California is a prime
example of too many people in one place that are simply making do with
less and less.
I wonder what kind of cancer warning label the water has that they are
Consider the explosive growth of Las Vegas. Even less water
than California (and in the midst of a much longer drought as
If you're referring to bottled water, it is literally a drop
in the bucket and a political issue, not a water issue.
By far the largest amount of water "exported" from california
is in the form of fruit, nuts[*], vegetables, lettuce and dairy
that feeds most of the rest of the nation during the winter.
[*] Almonds, pistachios, walnuts.
Exactly and they way they waste much of what they produce to get the
water that they do need at a premium price.
Yeah. But it does indicate a lack of unified outlook on their
situation. I reminds me of when the GM execs were flying out to testify
some years back and were used make an example of for wasteful spending.
Probably but also those products require a lot of water for growth.
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