Pool owners are shaking the thought that their swimming pools may soon empty. In the worldwide news, megadrought has been the talk for years and continues to be the conversation that seeks interest to many homeowners and the general public alike who own swimming pools or that is residing in residential areas with swimming pools are limiting water consumption/or use. Homeowners who have swimming pools are either thinking about emptying their pools as a megadrought apocalypse is upon us.
Who would of thought a megadrought can bring upon terror to the United States of America and worldwide, leaving many swimming pool owners scratching their heads if this would affect the condition their swimming pool at this present moment. A megadrought is nothing to joke about, but a way for all human society to be prepared for what’s to come. Not only will it affect swimming pool owners but for people how have very beautiful lawns, may need to cut back on water consumption. Search for drought or megadrought and it causing emergency planning and proposed plans to support water projects statewide. These droughts are having pool owners under a microscope in how these backyard swimming pools are ways of wasting water. This shouldn’t be the case because this drought-megadrought is happening statewide. If you visit, ” Eco Watch.com and read Droughts, Floods, and Heatwaves: Blame it on Climate Change” to the” motherboard.vice.com in How to Thrive in the Age of Megadrought” are great articles and a must read to know more information about climate change, surviving, and droughts.
From Wikipedia, The term megadrought is generally used to describe the length of a drought, and not its acute intensity. In scientific literature the term is used to describe decades-long droughts or multi-decadal droughts. Multiyear droughts of less than a decade, such as the Dust Bowl drought of the 1930s, are generally not described as a megadrought even though they are of a long duration.
Imagine in 2015 a megadrought is in full effect and soon enough a skateboarders dream in finding out these swimming pools would have to be empty, would have them lined up instantly. It is interesting that there is historical evidence that happened in the past that is happening today, like for example lakes drying up and trees and other plants start growing.
The scary thought of a statewide megadrought is that it dries everything in sight like swimming pools, lakes, glaciers, to even doggy water bowls. From the sound of this, it sounds like a movie in the making and you read it here first. In the Washington Post, an article titled, “A megadrought will grip U.S. in the coming decades, NASA researchers say.” This title alone will get us to think and prepare that a megadrought is really a scary thought.