California is sitting next to the largest body of water on the planet, all they need to do is set up some desalination plants to make it potplantable
That should help spread your idea.
So what alarmist hyper-environmentalist news stories are we to believe? Last time I checked, we had environmentalists screaming that fracking thousands of feet down leaks chemicals (sand, light hydrocarbons) through thousands of feet of permeable geological layers. If these layers are so permeable and the alarmists are telling the trough, how come it takes `thousands` of years to recharge the aquifers?
The act of fracking, or fracturing, creates many tiny cracks.
Here's a thought experiment: Stick your head under a bucket of tightly packed soil (mostly clay) in a bottomless bucket and fill it up.
Now try the same thing after you use a spade on the soil in the bucket for a few minutes.
Get the picture?
Let's hope he actually tries your experiment - and without a spotter.
What if the aliens aren't a bunch of irresponsible, selfish shitbirds? A civilization as advanced as ours or better could go unnoticed because they have a clean atmosphere.
Answer: Maybe they are only trying to detect Republican aliens.
Nope. It's an absolute fact that trying to control your users in such a draconian way is bad.
Are you really that obtuse as to believe that a VALUE JUDGEMENT of BAD is fact, not opinion. Your brain is broken.
You don't get a lot of men being asked If the carpet matches the drapes
That's because more women dye the drapes than men.
Rather than telling other people to "grow up," how about focusing on their actual arguments? That's something you didn't really do to begin with.
Well I would, had there been any arguments present. There weren't. It was all pure opinion. It is not "a fact" that walled gardens are bad - it's an opinion. You should really learn the difference.
I do not want kids to get used to DRM, walled gardens, and proprietary software. Plus, this is little more than corporate welfare.
Grow up. Other people aren't as radicalized as you are and actually like it.
Both Verizon FIOS users were reportedly very happy (other than their experience using Netflix).
Really? I live outside the city (as in no water or gas infrastructure) and I still have FiOS, here in Northern Virginia.