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Water, Not Oil Could Soon Become the World’s Greatest catalyst for Conflict

(OILPRICE.COM) -- In its 2000 "Global Patterns" report, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) predicted that, by the year 2015, "nearly half the world's population -- more than 3 billion people -- will live in countries which are 'water stressed.'" According to the report, that means their populations will have less than 1,700 cubic meters each [...]

Water rights, rainwater, water contracts and the corrupt Bureau of Land Management | The PPJ Gazette

Think you 'own' the water that runs off your roof into that shiny new plastic barrel you just installed beneath your downspout? Think again. Water is the new gold. -- PID (PPJ GAZETTE) -- /SNIP/ ... reinterpretation by the BLM of “public use”, “adequate use” and “beneficial use” have rendered seniority use as a part of property [...]

North Dakota: Deadly downpour at Columbus

While the headline attributes the fish kill to a heavy downpour, we're wondering what might be brewing underground. Note the description of the water: "A sulfur-like smell...." Hat tip to Kim for sending us the link! -- PID (MINOT DAILY NEWS) -- Normally the Fourth of July weekend at Short Creek Dam is a joyous and festive occassion. It wasn't [...]

Montigue County, TX: Undrinkable water found to be flammable

(STANDARD TIMES) -- The ongoing water problems on Jack Grace Hill have reached a dangerous new level, going from salty and undrinkable to flammable for one family. For years, residents on this short road at the edge of the western Bowie city limits have battled bad tasting water, rust and other factors that have forced most to use outside water [...]

Belgium considers proposals to dissolve bodies and flush them into sewage system

(DAILY MAIL ONLINE) -- It could hardly be said to be the most dignified of send-offs. Undertakers in Belgium plan to eschew traditional burials and cremations and start dissolving corpses instead. The move is intended to tackle a lack of burial space and environmental concerns as 573lbs of carbon dioxide are released by each cremated [...]

Biologists find ‘dead zones’ around BP oil spill in Gulf

(THE GUARDIAN) -- Scientists are confronting growing evidence that BP's ruptured well in the Gulf of Mexico is creating oxygen-depleted "dead zones" where fish and other marine life cannot survive. In two separate research voyages, independent scientists have detected what were described as "astonishingly high" levels of methane, or natural [...]


(THE RAMAGE REPORT) -- /SNIP/ The teleconference was hosted by the University of Georgia, which has taken the lead in academic research on the British Petroleum disaster in the Gulf. UGA marine scientist Samantha Joye repeatedly stressed that oxygen is rapidly being depleted in the Gulf thanks to “tremendous” amounts of gas—about 95 percent [...]

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