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Somehow good data is very lacking and suspicious.
In the internet, newspaper, i find information truly mind boggling and not believeable. Worse, some data on the Amerikan sites are ridiculous.|
but in order for us to really understand the REAL THREAT or just PROPAGANDA created by people who have less than sufficient knowledge.
sometimes it gets ridiculous when SCIENTIST, The EDUCATED is "manipulated" by "mindless bureacrat security officers" who has only "nationalist, security conscious credentials". So, a GOOD GUESS is the best weapon by the ORDINARY citizen with a sound and rational mind.
Example, i have terrible time finding information of water resources.
instead of relying on printed data, even government websites, i use some common sense.
looking at rainfall distribution maps, we'll get an idea of the water resources of states.
discussing it online, one seem to be able to get a better picture than "blinding reading reports issued by similar blinkered individuals"
For Malaysia, it was rather easy,
officially the books says water rainfall is around 120 inches, that's about 3 metres.
Malaysia size is 330,000 sq. km. or thereabout,
so, we have probably 1,000 km3 of water resources.
Not all water are portable.
To be portable water needs to be stores in Lakes, Reservoirs, Underground Caverns, or just flows along rivers.
Not all the water gets to reach those water store or rivers; as water is absorbed by the soil, used by vegetation, evaporated.
For Malaysia, I would think overflow to "water stores" or Rivers must be high, maybe 70%....but in dry regions like India or China, water overflow, we can guess it to be 30%.
So, Let's say China has 2,700 km3 (the popular figures used in China Daily)
The water available would be 900 km3.
In Malaya, i think we use around 80 T of water per person in homes, rather wasteful by European or Japanese standards, and industrial users would probaly double that, depending on the industrialization. To irrigate 120 m hectares, we'll need at least 500 km3. So, China has enough water if well managed except the north which will need supplements of recycled water or desalination plants.
I have so much different data about Indian water resources.
But a look at the map, size of India, it's likely that India has only 1,000km3
Available for store is probably low in India, maybe in region of 300km3.
In India, the grain production is only around 60% of China's. India has a lot of cattle, but due to religion, much of these is not eaten, only used to obtain MILK., a productive source of protein (in fact the most productive). Almost 2/3 of that should be for irrigation for that 150 mil hectares of arable land.
Only 100 km3 of water is available for CITIES, URBAN industrial region.
With 1,100 million people, and currently only 20% urbanization........hmmmmm
Let's look at other areas!