Over the past several months much of the media has been focused on economic issues. What the media has not been focused on, especially with the dismantling of our world economic system as we have entered the era of irresponsibility, is that by the year 2050, the world will have changed dramatically strictly due to ethnic and religious reallignment in all of the world, plus the fact that half of the world’s population will be without adequate water supply. I know this is political incorrect, but observe animals; do they not “flock together” and do they also not separate themselves in their respective “baliwicks”. Humans are just conscious animals and natually also have a tendency to live together, which also does not mean that they can’t consciously respect each other and their differences even though gravitating to their collective habitats. It is almost inhuman to expect, even demand humans must bound be together. Humans must and do respect their differences; they can intermingle; intertwine sexually and produce joint children; they can work together on common problems; but that also does not mean that if the overwhelming desire is habitat together because of their animalistic tendencies due to ethnic, religious, or racial characteristics, that should be universally acceptable because it is natural. We can’t make humans be together; we can encourage them to work and live together, but should not, by governmental mandate, force this way. Based on what is happening in this beginning of the 21st Century, by the year 2050, their will be such divisions created, peacefully, believe it or not, because it is natural.
At the same time this collaboration of humanity must find ways to provide the sustenance of life, water. Water, the most precious commodity on this planet, by the year 2050, will have to be recycled within each and every home and business for human existence to continue on this planet. One solution would is for all homes and businesses recycle their “gray water”, the non-toilet water used. Seventy-five per cent of all water used can easily be internally recycled. This would enable life to go on. If not, it will not.
So there it is folks; blasphemy by me. Humans can live together or not; but no matter how they do, together or separate, they all will need water by the year 2050.
Read the book “2050”, by yours truly. It’s a great story too!!!