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WW3 will be fought over Water and Religion

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Started: 7/29/2014 Category: Religion
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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grammynumnums

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Canada has 20% of the worlds water and has 0.01% of the worlds population, a lot of countries will come for the water and they will not be nice about it either, and do you think Canada is just going to let them take it? of course not.

And as for Religion a lot of people are getting killed for being Christians in different countries and eventually something is going to trigger a commotion. and if that does not start a war than the tension between Islam's and the Muslims is pretty bad because of Jerusalem the closest place to where Jesus died it is a major target.
SS1105

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Thank you for posting. :)
Lets talk about water first.
Water, as you know, is a renewable and recyclable mineral. So, all the water that was ever present on the earth is still present there. Technological advancement is a tool that can be used to get all that water back. Even the distillation process can be used. I know it is a clumsy process, but it will take place on a very large scale if the water level drops down to near-zero. No country wants a war. After all distillation is better than another world war,isn't it?
According to the government of Canada(https://www.ec.gc.ca...)-"In 2009, the average Canadian daily domestic use of fresh water per capita was about 250 litres." Now that is a serious problem as not all the water present in Canada can be used. Some of it is unaccessible. So by the time WW3 will take place, Canada would have used most of its water. So hunting down Canada for water - not cool.
Also, almost all of the countries are taking measures to curb this water problem. And trust me when I say this- Most of them will succeed in sustaining their own water supply. An example to prove this can be the village of Sukhomojri in India which has shown that it is possible to 'undo' land degradation.
If this can happen with land, why not water?

Would you mind explaining your views on religion. I didnt get what you were trying to say. Thanks.
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Posted by Theunkown 3 years ago
Theunkown
@WileyC1949, There may not be a war for water, just more like 'scramble for antartica' (just like Africa except that 192 countries are doing it instead of 7 )
Posted by SS1105 3 years ago
SS1105
Correct @WileyC1949
Posted by WileyC1949 3 years ago
WileyC1949
Why do that? Canada may indeed have 20% of the world's free-flowing water, but Antarctica has 70% of all the world's fresh water encased in ice.
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