Don't Let California Go Brown: The Water Exists, Develop It!
The announcement by California Governor Jerry Brown last week exemplifies the failure of water policies in California (and the nation) for the past two generations. Restricting water use and trying to conserve a dwindling supply will lead to the death of California and any western state which adopts such a Brown policy. When it comes to water management: if it's Brown, flush it down!
Clean water exists—for California, for Texas, and for other states in the West—it just needs to be developed.
The LaRouchePAC Science Team has just released a groundbreaking article demonstrating a new perspective for the development of water supplies, "New Perspectives on the Western Water Crisis." The future of water, for California and for the world, depends upon a new understanding of the global water system as driven by solar and galactic processes. Water is not a finite resource; it is not used up and discarded. The Earth's water system is a cyclical process, powered by solar and galactic forces. The entire history of mankind has been tied to the management and improvement of natural water cycles, and the future of mankind depends upon not only better management of those cycles, but the creation of new water cycles.
Did you know that in at least seven different nations, ground-based ionization systems have been successfully used to increase rainfall?
Did you know that nations in the Middle East create fresh water from the oceans with desalination systems three to five times larger than anything found in the United States?
Did you know that China's South-North Water Transfer Project has already surpassed what has been done in our nation?
It is time for California and other states to get out of the Brown past, and into the blue future.
With the galactic perspective provided in the new LaRouchePAC article, the western United States can develop the freshwater resources of the oceans and of the sky. California and Texas have some of the largest coastlines of the entire nation, and nuclear-powered desalination can free these coastal regions from a dependence upon unstable precipitation patterns. Ground-based ionization systems to stimulate rainfall can be set up for further testing and demonstration in the short term, potentially allowing mankind to tap into the vast moisture reserves of the atmosphere. Additional water transfer projects can supply the freshwater needs farther inland.
Much of the world is now progressing and moving in this direction, led by China and the BRICS nations. The new release by the LaRouchePAC provides the path by which the United States can join in this orientation to the future.
See: "New Perspectives on the Western Water Crisis" and related video material at www.LaRouchePAC.com/Global-Water