e.c.apling at btinternet.com
Tue Aug 12 04:35:01 MDT 2003
jack tobin 12 August 2003 03:42 wrote:
> i don't pretend to be an expert on the water problems under discussion,
> but isn't an important variable the finite supply of water vs. the
> ever-growing population of the earth?
BUT supply of water is essentially infinite - the most abundant chemical on
earth and covering 2/3rd of its surface. Supply of drinking water is a
question of economics (and the effects of colonialisma nd imperialism) and
not a question of resource limitations.
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