How soon until 10% of petro-chemical pipelines carry H2O?

 

The eastern and southern coasts are flooding, again.  Hurricane season is just beginning.  

 

In the spring, the Midwest will surge, uncontrollably.

 

In the summer and fall, the west will ignite. Western reservoirs are starved while hurricanes hit the eastern reservoirs gorged and overflowing their banks.

What can we do?  

 

In anticipation of floods, we can siphon off reservoirs in the Midwest, East and South making room for the impending gush.  We can send that surplus fresh water via pipelines to the west for processing into potable drinking water.

How do we provide enough water for this child's safe future--move it from the midwest, east and south to the west!

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Above:  Pipelines in the continental USA

Left: Water reservoirs and Lakes in the U.S.A.

Drought Costs
in the US
drought damage approx. 
$10 - $14 billion 
annually

(in 2018 dollars)
1980-2018
Flood Costs
in the US

flood damage approx.

$17 billion annually

2010 - 2018

Pipelines in the US

>2.6 million miles of pipelines deliver trillions of cubic feet of natural gas

hundreds of billions of ton/miles of liquid petroleum products annually