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JOBS TO BUILD A WATER PIPELINE FOR DROUGHTS AND FLOODS AND SAVE BILLIONS IN CROPS, LIVESTOCK, PROPERTY!

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Building and maintaining such a pipeline would provide long term jobs for thousand of people, save millions in livestock, crop and property loss, not to mention human suffering.

The state climatologist for Texas says the record drought of 2011 could be only the beginning of a dry spell that could last until 2020. What if this drought affects the entire Southwest and Western US?

There is an urgent need to conduct water from states suffering flooding from too much rain or snow melt to provide water to states suffering drought causing losses of entire farms, crops, and farm animals and to provide jobs to build these pipelines.

We could develop a network of interstate high-volume water pipe-lines, so water could be transmitted from areas that have too much (recently the Northeast) to areas of drought. They could be installed with relatively little disruption by flowing the right-of-ways of various Interstate Highways and/or rail lines.

Since water is non-toxic, occasional small leaks would not damage the environment. To install the system would create much-needed jobs in the US. The system could be built gradually over years to spread out the cost and job-supply. Pipe-line flow could be reversed if climate changes dictate.

Building and maintaining this pipeline would provide long term jobs for thousand of people, save millions in livestock, crop and property loss, not to mention human suffering.
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Oct 7th, 2015
Someone from Stockton, CA signed.
Oct 4th, 2015
Someone from Leander, TX writes:
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The state of Texas needs to consider desalination (like Israel) to end the water woes of farmers and ranchers. A pipeline from the Gulf coast to central Texas and the crop lands of the Panhandle would employ out-of-work Texans (even depopulate our prisons).
Sep 28th, 2015
Someone from Sparks, NV signed.
Sep 28th, 2015
Someone from Mission Hills, CA writes:
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i don't understand why this has not been done already. I live in California and conserving water is not enough, more needs to be done. When you 17 feet of snow piles in Boston, what are we waiting for.
Sep 8th, 2015
Someone from Mesa, AZ writes:
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Private not government.
Sep 7th, 2015
Someone from Fishers, IN signed.
Aug 28th, 2015
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Aug 24th, 2015
Someone from Washington, DC signed.
Aug 23rd, 2015
Someone from Santa Cruz, CA signed.
Aug 22nd, 2015
Someone from Rocky Mount, NC signed.
Aug 19th, 2015
Someone from Steep Falls, ME writes:
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I have been saying this for years and canott understand why it has not been done yet??? Lets get the water rolling!!!
Aug 11th, 2015
Someone from Port Saint Lucie, FL writes:
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Certainly needs to be considered as a way to address the coming water ( read as food shortage for our expanding population) shortage.
Aug 11th, 2015
Someone from Davis, CA signed.
Aug 8th, 2015
Someone from Baton Rouge, LA signed.
Aug 3rd, 2015
Someone from Baton Rouge, LA signed.
Aug 3rd, 2015
Someone from Parrish, FL writes:
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This seems like a no brainer in that we truly need this system built about 100 years ago. Please get it done.
Aug 1st, 2015
Someone from North Ridgeville, OH signed.
Jul 30th, 2015
Someone from Whittier, CA signed.
Jul 22nd, 2015
Someone from Sunnyvale, CA signed.
Jul 20th, 2015
Someone from Boyd, TX signed.
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Jul 2nd, 2015
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Jul 1st, 2015
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Jun 30th, 2015
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Jun 27th, 2015
Someone from Pico Rivera, CA signed.
Jun 26th, 2015
Someone from Denver, CO signed.
Jun 21st, 2015
Someone from Gaylord, MI writes:
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As a cheaper fix, create a lake near frequent flood areas, and divert flood water there. Draught areas can access that water by their own means. Flood states can add a little tax $ to cover infrastructure costs and maintenance, draught can add a little tax $ for collection and distribution.
Jun 19th, 2015
Someone from Odessa, FL writes:
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Sometimes solutions to problems evade us because they are too pedestrian. I am not an engineer or scientist. A project this size will have many challenges and it seems that a demonstration project between two likely areas that might benefit seems in order. Safeguards need to be in place so that we are not transferring water that is not excess.
Jun 18th, 2015
Someone from Colorado Springs, CO signed.
Jun 17th, 2015
Someone from Rancho Cucamonga, CA signed.
Jun 13th, 2015
Someone from Wildomar, CA signed.
Jun 13th, 2015
Someone from Evansville, IN signed.
Jun 10th, 2015
Someone from Orange, CA writes:
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My wife forwarded this to me because I have been talking about this very thing for months They could use hydrostatic turbines from heavily flowing rivers to generate electricity to supplement the energy needed to run pumps to pump the water and they could power the lights on the interstate hwys with the power created by turbines connected to the pipelines Brilliant idea and would create many jobs If there was a leak it would not have a severe environmental impact
Jun 9th, 2015
Someone from Lawrence, KS writes:
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This was an idea that I had! wow mind blowing finding it here!
Jun 9th, 2015
Someone from Orange, CA signed.
Jun 7th, 2015
Someone from Cathedral City, CA writes:
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Some of the currently abandoned oil or natural gas pipelines could be used as starting points for this network.
Jun 6th, 2015
Someone from Willamina, OR signed.
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