California. Do you realize I need 11 TRILLION GALLONS of water to recover from this 3 year drought. Hey! I’m dyin’ of thirst over here. Okay, I’m falling apart and you people are worried about if the BAYBLADES limited edition is going to sell out and leave your kids crying for the holidays. 

Well, perhaps the kids need a clue and a reality check. I do not survive or thrive on plastic and waste. It’s time to face the facts and start doing what would have been a good idea to do about 200 years ago. But! Better late then never! I am working on being positive  Just read a book this morning on positive affirmation.

So, clean up your act, already! Do your part!  I’m doing mine over here!  

It’s water conservation time. And it’s time to stop the big corporations from wasting the billions of gallons of water a day that they waste in the meat industry and other industries designed to make a quick buck … even if it means polluting me. You’re the smart humans!  Share this – Find the top 20 companies wasting water all over California and then go MAKE them stop.  Boycott their companies until they stop.  These idiots are going to end up killing more people than all the scaredy cops  across America put together.  

via California needs 11 trillion gallons of water: NASA – Yahoo News.

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Miami (AFP) – California needs 11 trillion gallons of water to recover from its three-year drought, the US space agency said Tuesday after studying water resources by using satellite data.

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The first of its kind calculation of how much groundwater would end the drought was led by Jay Famiglietti of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California and based on observations from NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment satellites.

California has experienced rainstorms in recent days but, while welcome, scientists warn that they are not enough to end the drought.

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“It takes years to get into a drought of this severity, and it will likely take many more big storms, and years, to crawl out of it,” said Famiglietti.


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