It’s going to decide on conventional energy, and let people filter their water. One unintended consequence of destroying the drinking water with fracking is that whites can use technology to filter our water and live somewhere that ininhabitable for others, and carve out a White separatist community in the Dead Lands.
It’s going to be all about water. I’m pretty sure that distilling water will get the fracking chemicals out of it. With a Villager Sun Oven:
You can get several gallons of water in a few minutes to boiling level with just the energy of the sun, and distill it off. When it’s not sunny, we’ll use woodgas. Also, all urine will be recycled, and the solids will be used as fertilizer.
Rainwater will be collected and stored in large water tanks. I know someone who already does that.
We’ll create an ecological utopia in the place that was destroyed by the oil industry. The government will leave us alone and ignore us . . . until it’s too late for them.
We can grow non-food products in polluted areas as well, as long as the pollution does not prevent the plants from growing. Polluted, “uninhabitable” lands created by industrial-ecological catastrophes will be a blessing in disguise for us.
A set of studies based on three years of research concludes that by 2040, the need for drinking water and water for use in energy production will create dire shortages.
Conventional electricity generation is the largest source of water use in most countries. Water is used to cool power plants to keep them functional. Most power utilities don’t even record the amount of water they use.
“It’s a huge problem that the electricity sector do not even realize how much water they actually consume,” says Professor Benjamin Sovacool of Denmark’s Aarhus University, one of the institutions involved in the research. “And together with the fact that we do not have unlimited water resources, it could lead to a serious crisis if nobody acts on it soon.”
The research, which included projections of the availability of water and the growth of the world’s population…
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