I agree, +Marcelo Camelo
. Most people are stuck in the idea that water must come out of the ground, thus all the calamity associated with running out of water. However, like all matter and energy, we cannot run out
of water. We just change its form and location.
People are usually surprised when reminded that water is just hydrogen and oxygen, neither of which are particularly hard to come by, especially considering how hydrocarbons fit in the cycle. Furthermore, rather than just devoting so much effort to limiting
our use, I'm of the opinion we should dedicate more toward a quicker recovery of the water we do use.
For example: Why do we waste so much effort at flushing sewage through vast underground transport systems to a central location for processing when it's entirely possible to process household waste in situ?