posted on 03/02/2004 5:40:52 PM PST
What is the term for the sinking of the ground when something is extracted from below? Sub-something or other. Anyway, maybe Libya is rapidly converting itself into a lake (the size of Germany?)
Why don't they just build a pipeline from the Mediterranean Sea?
posted on 03/02/2004 5:59:52 PM PST
An article I read about the Great Manmade River Project several years ago speculated that in fact the pipes were intended to convey troops and WMD's around Libya and might have nothing to do with water. I do not recall the source but it was in a mainstream publication, perhaps the NYT or US News. Sounds like this was wrong.
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posted on 03/03/2004 5:03:10 PM PST
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posted on 08/14/2006 9:55:46 PM PDT
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the extensive pipeline and pumping system that bores into the earth to draw down nonrenewable reserves of fossil water
I'll bet once you process the water it is just like any other water. It seems that Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi did at least one thing of value to his people.
posted on 08/14/2006 10:43:53 PM PDT
by Mike Darancette
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Water vapor is a much more powerful greenhouse gas than CO2. Where's the outcry?
posted on 08/14/2006 10:54:19 PM PDT
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