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Personal opinions aside, I do note that those taking the position that global warming is real tend to preach the doom and gloom side of things. This morning, I read an article that claimed a professor at the National University of Singapore, Wong Poh Poh, told the audience at a regional conference that global warming was disrupting water flow patterns and increasing the severity of floods, droughts and storms and therefore reduced the availability of drinking water.?
I understand that drought could impact drinking water levels. However, since we know so much about weather that those same warming experts can predict the weather 50 and more years in advance, I would think we could build reservoirs to collect the stormwater and corral the floods to have a huge surplus in drinking water.?
Maybe global warming could launch a whole new industry. Currently, we have storm chasers that study tornadoes. We could build large ships that could chase storms in the oceans and collect the stormwater. The stormwater could be delivered from the supertankers to the needy areas to supply drinking water. After all, grandpa used to tell me that when life give you lemons, just make lemonade.