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Judy Young

What an interesting niche. The former President Bill Clinton was on Larry King Live this week expressing that the world's next shortage will be water and not oil. This would have all kinds of implications for a niche water law practice.

PerGynt

Free water will be at issue. I think that you will be able to sell all the fresh water you want someday if you are willing to scrub sea water and pipe it inland to a market.
Then we get to process/mine the solids for useful minerals.
On floating barges at sea so we don't make a mess on land.
That are powered by large floating solar power stations.
That distill the seawater with sunlight and then pipe the evaporate under the sea to condense it
So the water can be piped inland through floating pipes at sea level with minimal power
And stored in barges at the shoreline
Where it will be pumped over the mountains by electric motors powered with solar power generated by large floating solar cells.
That not only clean the water but pump it over the mountains.

Think big.

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