How Dry I Am, How Wet I’ll Be

A developer, tired of waiting for global warming to turn Arizona into waterfront property, is planning to build a 125-acre water park in Mesa, AZ, complete with an artificial whitewater rafting river, a simulated ocean with 12-foot waves, a scuba diving lagoon, and a snorkeling pond filled with with coral reefs. In the middle of the desert. Since it will use about 100 million gallons of water a year, enough to keep 1,200 homes in water, maybe he could make a swap and send sand to the Arctic so the polar bears have something to stand on when the glaciers are gone.

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