United States
September 12, 2008 5:41am CST
if the world is made up of mostly water witch i am always told then why do we have droughts then if there is enough water out there and when we do have droughts why has not anyone found a way to get water to them if the glacers melt then there would be too much water and what would we do then would we be living like water world i just think it is neat how the world changes every day from time to time just look back at the 50 60 70 80 90 and see how the world changed
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@littleowl (7157)
12 Sep 08
Hi miller..if we knew the answer to the water problem about droughts there wouldn't be a wotty as water is filtered for us to drink etc so should sea water etc be able to have the same thing done to it then there probably wouldn't be any droughts..littleowl
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• United States
5 Nov 10
I would also love to see if we can use the water to power cars like 100% not like hybrids
@sweety_81 (2129)
• India
16 Sep 08
Hi , While most of the world is made up of water;most of it - nearly 97% is Sea Water which is hard to process and inspite of available Reverse-Osmosis is very costly . Of the rest also , much water is frozen in Ice Caps etc . The rest ; in rivers etc has been so pollued and / or dried that a lot of them has become unusable . Regards Sweety_81
• United States
5 Nov 10
see I would use the salt for the snow and to sell then i would love to use the water like gas energy to power everything we have gas for and have our government procute the litter bugs