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What human activity uses the most water in the United States?
Many people would think that the human activity takes up the most water in the U.S is showering and cooking. In reality the activity that takes up the most water is industry.Ê
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It depends on which study you look at. All studies are slightly different but one trend I noticed was that the west coast states were always more active than the east. It seem…s that the further you go west, the more active the state is. This is only a general rule of thumb of course.
The State of Minnesota is said to have more than 10,000 lakes. Inreality, the number of lakes is much higher. It has the most thanany other state.
Yes, the Tuskeegee airmen is one example. They also made a deal with the Japanese to look the other way after the cold blooded atrocities that were committed in China in the …name of scientific investigation if they were given the documentation on these activities. I guess the Chinese didn't have the same importance as the victims of Europe had.
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yes ALASKA does. it has 90 of them
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California uses the most water in the United States.
Brushing teeth or showering _______________________________ We use the most for watering lawns and washing cars, decks andsidewalks. Those are the first activities to be rest…ricted duringdroughts. Inside the home the most water has historically been usedin the flushing of toilets and the use of washing machines, but theorder of those statistics has been changing thanks to thewidespread passage of legislation that prohibits the installationin new construction of toilets that use more than six liters ofwater per flush and legislation that provides for the payment ofcash incentives to those who purchase high-efficiency washingmachines.
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