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Supm interesting I saw this morning. It makes me thankful I learned to take a 'Navy shower'. No 30 minutes of water pouring down the drain. Get wet, soap up, rinse, soap up, rinse, get out, and do stuff.

 

http://myspacetv.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=30749877

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Great catch NavyJohn - because we only support Youtube videos right now, I tracked the Good Magazine video down over there. Definitely worth a quick watch:

 

 


 


Edited by stins - Tue, 22 Jul 2008 00:52:11 GMT
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It has always irked me when water is left running. I use a waterless car wash, and even turn off the water while I brush my teeth.Thanks for the great video clip with factoids. For more go information, go to Water Wars Worldwide for national and global perspectives on how serious water quality and depletion is...and read the April 11, 2008 article "Is this the beginning of water wars?" online at New Scientist Environment.

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Originally Posted by morizongreen:

It has always irked me when water is left running. I use a waterless car wash, and even turn off the water while I brush my teeth.Thanks for the great video clip with factoids. For more go information, go to Water Wars Worldwide for national and global perspectives on how serious water quality and depletion is...and read the April 11, 2008 article "Is this the beginning of water wars?" online at New Scientist Environment.

 

I will check YouTube for videos in the future, to make things easier.

 

These websites are some good reading. It solidifies the prophetic message of the second Mad Max movie, The Road Warrior. I've always thought it was entertaining but also very possible.

 

John

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