The planet is mostly covered in water but less than 3% of it is fresh water and only 1% of it is accessible to human civilization. Absolutely essential to life; some places are stricken by drought while others get it for free or cheap. All of that is 1%. I can see the future having a market for double the earth's potable water supply. Once Israel continues to prove that economically lucrative it won't dominate that market for long.
June 26, 2019
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June 26, 2019
Genre: Action / adventure Overall rating: 8/10 (parts of individual movies flag at about a 6, so definitely a "take as a whole" rating) One of the first things I'll point out is something that I learned from another show, The Office. Michael Scott points out that the protagonist, John McClane, goes from being an everyman who gets his feet cut on glass while trying to take down the bad guys in the first movie, to an action-hero badass that drives cars into helicopters. That said it was apparen...
June 28, 2019
Maybe you already know this stuff but maybe some of it is new or as a collection it's something you find useful enough to share with someone you think needs it. Anyway, a few basic recommendations: Don't give out personal information to people you don't know (online, over the phone, or in person). This can include phone number, address, full names and personal social media accounts. Don't underestimate what someone can do with seemingly harmless information, especially with all of the people f...