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The cure to all droughts Anywhere on the third rock from the sun
Its pretty simple When you think things through
Water is h2o Two parts hydrogen one part oxygen
This is the third rock from the sun
The surface area of the mass is seventy percent water
Hydrogen two parts Oxygen one part
Combined, it looks like this, liquid or solid
In reality it is simply just, water
All over the third rock from the sun
Just not on the land mass Where we need it
If we used these
And filled them with desalination plants
And heated the salt water till it evaporated Just like boiling a Billy
We would create pure drinking water We could even sell the salt instead of mining sand dunes
It is all very simple really We need to start pumping water as well as oil
Most would say it all comes down to this
But this can be created through business plans
The desalinated water can then be pumped inland through pipelines
We could turn this
Then into this
We could then grow plants to create vegetable oil To create enviro diesel to run cars trucks buses and even motorbikes and ships
As the plants grow they would break down the co2
As the vehicles burn the fuel The plants break down the emissions Eventually we have a carbon neutral environment
For your children and their children All from forward thinking and natural progression
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