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Water Wars

Water and wastewater treatment plants in developed countries provide potable water and help prevent discharge of pollutants into waterways. Even areas that are arid or have fewer natural water resources can provide these conveniences through built infrastructure. 162 more words

Academic Writing

Water Wars

Water and wastewater treatment plants in developed countries provide potable water and help prevent discharge of pollutants into waterways. Even areas that are arid or have fewer natural water resources can provide these conveniences through built infrastructure. 163 more words

Academic Papers

There is No Such Thing as Climate Change

My city is in the midst of a serious drought. Zero water conditions are expected in March. We’ve been facing the possibility that our taps would run dry all year, but my city has a government crisis, too. 345 more words

A Hint Of Vanilla

Asia balks at Donald Trump's promise of 'fire and fury'

Overnight reviews from Asia weren’t kind to President Donald Trump’s Wednesday’s promise of “fire and fury” if North Korea didn’t stop threatening the United States. 743 more words

News

A Year of Smiles - Day 193

Reason to SMILE #193: SUSHI AND WATER BALLOONS

“Sushi?” one of the kids asked.

“Yep! You’re gonna love it!” I replied.

He did.  And so did all the other kids.  155 more words

Children's Ministry

Will 2017 be the Hottest Year on Record for Georgia?

Georgia’s extremely warm winter coupled with above-average summer temperatures are shaping up to make 2017 the hottest year on record for the state. The average temperature in Georgia between January 2017 and June 2017… 528 more words

Atlanta

A Year of Smiles - Day 164

Reason to SMILE #164: SUMMERTIME


Summertime, summertime, sum-sum-summertime

Summertime, summertime, sum-sum-summertime

Summerti-i-me

(Summertime Summertime by The Jamies)

Yay! It’s summer! No more school. No more hurried schedules. 100 more words

Random Musings