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National Intelligence Council: Water wars are coming

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Wars are fought over resources, and the world is running low on its most basic one.
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Mad Max’s reboot: Feminism and environmentalism as told through explosions

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The dystopian action franchise rights the wrongs of its previous films.
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Nestle is closing in on privatized water in Oregon

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The company will make over 99% profit on the water it extracts from one rural community.
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The reasons for sneezin’ this allergy season

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Have you been to the drug store yet?
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New Jersey privatizes its water in the worst way possible

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Many New Jerseyans will soon have private water with no public recourse.

Flyboarding — who knew? (quite a cool video)

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Water is forced under pressure to a pair of boots with jet nozzles that provide thrust for the rider to fly.

Aaron Schock finds a new reason to show off his chest

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Schock joins other in taking the oddly-somewhat-controversial ALS challenge, involving a bucket of ice water.

Waiter-less super-automated Japanese restaurant (video)

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An interesting video of a restaurant in Japan that’s taken automation to an extreme. There are no servers.

Baby otter introduced to water for the first time (video)

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There otter be a law against such cuteness.

Guys give restaurant servers $200 just to make their day (video)

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This was sweet. I always love these videos.

Awfully cool water light show at a dept. store in S. Korea (video)

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I suspect most of the tricks are plays with the light. It’s quite cool.
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“Serious” radioactive water leak at Fukushima reactor in Japan

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Only 16 or 150 types of fish harvested at Fukushima, Japan are now safe to eat.
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Texas towns run out of water due to fracking

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Put simply, there are towns in Texas where you turn on the tap, and nothing comes out for days. Why? Fracking.
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