All NASA afford is to suggest ‘rationing’ for Californians?


…with all their space technology and the “landings” on the Moon and Mars blah blah blah….the rocket scientists at NASA can only offer a suggestion to Californians water problem – “Rationing” This however has been proven to work successfully for astronauts in space and should work well for people on the flat Earth. I would have hoped they would come up with some Photoshop ‘rainfalls’…. or something like it. That would be fucking awesome let me tell you.

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Only 1 year of water left in California, NASA scientist suggests rationing

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NASA’s latest space technology to combat the California drought.

NASA’s top water scientist says California only has about one year’s worth of water left in storage, and its groundwater – often used as a backup for reservoirs and other reserves – is rapidly depleting. He suggests immediately rationing water.

California just had the driest January since record-keeping began in 1895, with groundwater and snowpack levels at all-time lows, NASA scientist Jay Familglietti wrote in a column for the Los Angeles Times. He said the state has been running out of water since before the current years-long drought and storage levels have been falling since at least 2002, according to NASA satellite data.

California has no contingency plan for a persistent drought like this one (let alone a 20-plus-year mega-drought), except, apparently, staying in emergency mode and praying for rain,” said Familglietti. “In short, we have no paddle to navigate this crisis.”

A team of NASA scientists, using the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellites, discovered that the state’s Sacramento and San Joaquin river basins were 11 trillion gallons (41.6 trillion liters) below normal seasonal levels. The researchers say that water levels have steadily dropped since the launch of GRACE in 2002.

Californians use an average of 181 gallons of water each day and a total of around 2.5 trillion gallons a year, according to data from the USGS website.

READ MORE: 11 trillion gallons of water to relieve California drought – NASA

Familglietti called for an immediate and dramatic rationing of water, including for domestic, municipal, agricultural and industrial uses. A recent Field Poll shows that 94 percent of Californians surveyed believe the drought is serious, and one-third support mandatory rationing.

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2 thoughts on “All NASA afford is to suggest ‘rationing’ for Californians?

  1. Reblogged this on The Most Revolutionary Act and commented:

    California has only one year of water left. NASA’s top water scientist calls for immediate water rationing for domestic, municipal and industrial uses (eg fracking). A recent Field Poll shows that 94 percent of Californians surveyed believe the drought is serious, and one-third support mandatory rationing.

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  2. You know about my contempt and disgust for institutions, thus I am not surprised by NASA’s foolishness. NASA is worthless and untrustworthy!

    However, I have a very helpful suggestion for Californians, please pass it on:

    https://ronmamita.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/change-air-into-drinking-water/

    and Message To Investors:

    https://ronmamita.wordpress.com/emergencies/food/message-to-investors/

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