prunes Posted January 31, 2014 Share Posted January 31, 2014 Based on my calculations, if I live to a long long age of 105, I'll consume around 55 cubic meters of drinking water. Take a guess at what that water would cost, in today's dollars. $70, excluding carrying/storage costs Surprisingly cheap. Increasingly in the news, one hears about water shortage problems. But if I wanted to secure a lifetime supply of water for myself, it'd be--financially at least--super easy to do it right now. It'd almost be stupid not to, just to eliminate the risk. The only question is where do you put it. Let's ignore the storage question for now. Water insurance seems like a not completely unrealistic idea. You pay me an annuity, I guarantee you a lifetime supply of water in the future. People can rest assured that they will have access to fresh water. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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