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Where did all the water go?

 
Newheart

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01/13/2013 12:15 AM

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Re: Where did all the water go?
I am retaining it all, LOL
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01/13/2013 01:54 AM
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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01/13/2013 06:17 PM

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Wonder when comparing water levels, I have lived in Ohio all my life and never before witnessed such "dry spells".
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01/13/2013 06:30 PM
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The Chinese are carting it off in tankers from places adjacent to the Great Lakes...already drained some of the lakes, after all they've bought themselves a piece of property haven't they? There's a big long video about it; I think it's on You Tube.
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01/13/2013 06:31 PM
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Of course all the HAARP weapons f*ing with the rain doesn't help either.
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The Chinese are carting it off in tankers from places adjacent to the Great Lakes...already drained some of the lakes, after all they've bought themselves a piece of property haven't they? There's a big long video about it; I think it's on You Tube.
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Heard it is in Michigan.


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01/13/2013 06:41 PM
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Re: Where did all the water go?
its over here in the uk!

infact you can have it back, we have far too much..




but seriously OP

did you consider its going back to the oceans?
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01/13/2013 06:41 PM
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Re: Where did all the water go?
its over here in the uk!

infact you can have it back, we have far too much..




but seriously OP

did you consider its going back to the oceans?
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and thats why they are rising?
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01/13/2013 06:42 PM
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Re: Where did all the water go?
its over here in the uk!

infact you can have it back, we have far too much..




but seriously OP

did you consider its going back to the oceans?
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and thats why they are rising?
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probably due to chemtrails in usa preventing precipitation from the oceans returning it to the land..

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01/13/2013 10:56 PM
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Re: Where did all the water go?
It is being pumped out.
It is being transported out via tankers and barges.
It is being stolen.
It is being sold.
It is being sucked up into the jetstream and dropped off elsewhere.
It is being contaminated.
Drought.
Am I forgetting one?
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01/13/2013 11:39 PM
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Re: Where did all the water go?
It is being held captive in containers. There are around 150,000 to 200,000 grocery stores in the United States. Think about how much water it takes to fill up the shelves in your local store with products that contain water. People stock up on cases of water and their fridges are also filled with goods that require water. Our problem begins with the fact that too many people throw liquids into the receptacle that are sealed in plastic containers that last indefinitely. This entombs our water and it never returns to the water table like it's intended to. It isn't just grocery stores retaining massive amounts of water. Gas stations carry drinks and bars are packed with beer. Lake Michigan and the Great Lakes have a finite amount of water and unfortunately human demand is so high that is it is over exceeding supply. It will only get worse. On the brighter side we are still discovering vast amounts of water. shark [link to news.mongabay.com]

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