It looks like the drought story is starting to turn to the obvious question of: How did we not plan better for this? That's a good thing. But the key is to figure out what else we're not preparing for.
Anyway, I have two questions about water:
1. If matter can neither be created nor destroyed, why is it important to conserve water?
2. Exactly how much of the water the Army Corps of Engineers is letting out of Lake Lanier is for mussels, how much is for sturgeons, how much is for that power plant and how much is for other stuff?