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Only *28* Weeks Remain to Prep for Your 2018 DoomDud Excuses
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India's 'worst water crisis in history' leaves millions thirsty

From the northern Himalayas to the sandy beaches in the south, 600 mln people face acute water shortage, with close to 200,000 dying each year from polluted water.

http://news.trust.org/item/20180705000101-gwp0x/
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•REC⁴  Wrote: (07-05-2018 11:26 AM)
India's 'worst water crisis in history' leaves millions thirsty

From the northern Himalayas to the sandy beaches in the south, 600 mln people face acute water shortage, with close to 200,000 dying each year from polluted water.

http://news.trust.org/item/20180705000101-gwp0x/

1.354 billion+ population growing at 15 million per year.

That is roughly an increase the size of the entire population of the state of California every 2.5 years. In an country 7.7 times the area of California.

Population density is already higher than Massachusetts and will soon be higher than New Jersey - the most densely populated US state.

Gee... can't see why they would have a water shortage.
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Africa may have witnessed its all-time hottest temperature Thursday
Washington Post-4 hours ago

The blistering-hot temperature reading, observed in Ouargla, is probably the highest temperature ever reliably measured both in Algeria and in Africa.


An intense heat wave is shattering temperature records in Iran and the Caucasus nations of Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia, causing power shortages that are adding to discomfort in the region.

https://www.rferl.org/a/heave-wave-break...46342.html
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Today is the first day of the war with China.
7:49 PM - 6 Jul 2018



Raymond Dalio (born August 8, 1949) is an American billionaire investor, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist. Dalio is the founder of investment firm Bridgewater Associates, one of the world's largest hedge funds.
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Iraq bans farming summer crops as water crisis grows dire

The volume of water flowing in these two vital rivers — which together give Iraq its ancient name, Mesopotamia, the land between the rivers — fell by over 60 percent in two decades, according to a 2012 report by the U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization.

The orders against sowing rice, corn, and other crops this summer came as a shock to the towns and villages in the once fertile plains south of Baghdad, where the local economy depends on farming. Nationwide, one in five Iraqis works in agriculture.

In Iraq’s rice belt, the farmland is cracked and dry.


https://apnews.com/e8dd25810e794480832c03536cdca246
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All-time temperature records set throughout Southern California ...
Washington Post-17 hours ago
As predicted, new daily, monthly and all-time record highs were set throughout Southern California on Friday because of to a monster heat ...


KILLER HEATWAVE: 54 dead as record-breaking temperatures rip ...
Express.co.uk-10 hours ago
The record temperatures are expected to continue in central and eastern Canada, so make sure you know how to protect yourself and your ...
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Where is old Cooter these days?


Plenty of doom for him to 'debunk' lately.

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•REC⁴  Wrote: (07-07-2018 09:36 PM)
Iraq bans farming summer crops as water crisis grows dire

The volume of water flowing in these two vital rivers — which together give Iraq its ancient name, Mesopotamia, the land between the rivers — fell by over 60 percent in two decades, according to a 2012 report by the U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization.

The orders against sowing rice, corn, and other crops this summer came as a shock to the towns and villages in the once fertile plains south of Baghdad, where the local economy depends on farming. Nationwide, one in five Iraqis works in agriculture.

In Iraq’s rice belt, the farmland is cracked and dry.


https://apnews.com/e8dd25810e794480832c03536cdca246

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world...26766.html

The countries around it have dammed their rivers.

If you want to create drought in your household, go downstairs and turn off the water main.

You do know what a dam is and how it works don't you?

The surrounding countries are irrigating their crops at the expense of Iraq.

Not sure how this is doom it is more of a political problem.
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Taiwan braces for super typhoon Maria.

http://news.trust.org/item/20180710083433-ljw1u/



Japan struggles to restore utilities after its worst weather disaster in 36 years killed at least 155 people, with survivors facing health risks from broiling temperatures and a lack of water

http://news.trust.org/item/20180710094043-1jit6/
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Over a billion people struggle to stay cool as Earth warms

More than a billion people are at risk from a lack of air conditioning and refrigeration to keep them cool and to preserve food and medicines as global warming brings more high temperatures, a study showed on Monday.

About 1.1 billion people in Asia, Africa and Latin America - 470 million in rural areas and 630 million slum dwellers in cities - were at risk among the world's 7.6 billion people, it said.

In a survey of 52 countries, those most at risk included India, China, Mozambique, Sudan, Nigeria, Brazil, Pakistan, Indonesia and Bangladesh, it said.

In remote areas in tropical countries, many people lack electricity and clinics are often unable to store vaccines or medicines that need to be chilled, the study said. And in city slums, electricity supplies are often intermittent.

Many farmers or fishermen, meanwhile, lack access to a "cold chain" to preserve and transport products to markets. Fresh fish goes off within hours if stored at 30 degrees Celsius (86°F) but stays fresh for days when chilled.


http://news.trust.org/item/20180716040058-2j73u/
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