With recurring drought likely as climate change mounts, California may have to move to where the water is. The Great Lakes region, say, or Bangladesh.
Alternatively, water could be brought to where California is, now that the Colorado River isn't enough.
The obvious way is to tap the nearby Pacific -- through desalinization.
Stumbling block: we'd need a really cheap energy source.
Fortunately, there's a California start-up close to commercializing low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) technology, formerly known as cold fusion. How about pumping a few billion in to this and related efforts? Really cheap compared to the trillions, easily, it would take to dig up the whole state and cart it… Continue